J-Boog and company visit CSR team


Members of the Corporate Social Responsibility team of Imperial Pacific International, Ltd. got a pleasant surprise yesterday afternoon when Hawaiian musical artist J-Boog and several other performers visited their office.

Geri Dela Cruz, CSR executive director, said, “It was a wonderful feeling. The staff was really excited and happy. [It’s] not everyday [that] you get visited by performers like that so I think it was a great treat for them.”

J-Boog and about 25 other people participating in his upcoming concert visited the CSR team.

“The visit was great! Everyone was very welcoming. The hospitality was great; we’re just having a good time. It’s been real sunny out there, a great time for a show,” said J-Boog.

“Imperial Pacific became a sponsor to the concert the moment they heard about it. It’s the holidays and they always want to do something for the community. What better way than to bring in someone who they know will make everyone happy? We’ll definitely be at the concert, we want to be there actually,” Dela Cruz said.

The concert’s promoter, Steven Brownstein, said, “The visit today is something not often done by artists. To visit business establishments, it was definitely a new experience and we’re glad they decided to come here. The enthusiasm of all the employees was simply overwhelming.”

Brownstein hosts concerts as well as community events on island.

“There is a large fan base for all four of those performers. Each one of them is a headliner themselves. Every one of them has a desire to come and since it’s Christmas time we packaged them as one group and then Guam the next night,” Brownstein said.

“Thank you guys [fans] for bringing us here to Saipan. We love you all! We love the weather, we love the food, and we just want to get on that stage and show just how much we appreciate everyone. The event will be a great chance to just let your hair down and relax,” J-boog said

The concert will be held tonight, Dec. 9, at the Laolao Bay Golf Resort. Aside from J-Boog, it also includes artists like Anuhea, Jimmy Weeks Project, and Mike Love.

Michael T. Santos | Reporter

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