he Guam Guests Bureau (GVB) is working to help nearly 5 thousand stranded guests impacted by Storm Mawar throughout their keep in Guam.
GVB has contacted tour brokers, native bus corporations, resorts, and trade companions to move guests and supply a way of safety by overlaying a portion of their lodging and meals as they await the supply of seats on outbound airways from Guam.
“Making certain the security and well-being of our guests stays a precedence as our island offers with post-storm restoration efforts,” stated Appearing President & CEO Gerry Perez. “Protecting with our island’s Håfa Adai spirit, the hard-working workers at GVB are working alongside our tourism companions to increase our hospitality to our stranded guests.”
Partnerships by means of restoration
GVB has been working with Guam Resort and Restaurant Affiliation (GHRA) in reaching out to the tourism trade with these response efforts.
The Korean Consulate’s Workplace has additionally partnered with GVB to move guests who want quick medical companies and volunteers who can help with translation and medical inquiries.
The consulate additionally offered water to departing guests on the A.B. Gained Pat Worldwide Airport. On the similar time, GVB contacted native cultural leaders to offer musical leisure within the departure terminal.
On the request of GVB President & CEO Carl T.C. Gutierrez, Dr. Thomas Shieh and the Guam Medical Affiliation additionally offered a list of clinics that assist with the pressing healthcare wants of vacationers, together with American Medical Clinic, Seventh Day Adventist Clinic, Guam Medical Care, Guam Radiology Middle, Dr. Shieh’s Clinic & Associates, One Love Pediatrics, MPG Pediatrics, Lombard Medical, The Neurology Clinic, and FHP Medical Clinic.
GVB’s Customer Concierge Program has been fielding a whole lot of calls to help guests impacted by the storm.
The primary hotline for guests that talk Korean, Japanese, or Mandarin Chinese language is (671) 588-3030.