Joeten group tops $11K in Green Gala sponsorship


Priscilla Tenorio, president of Ace Hardware, together with management and staff from Ace Susupe and Gualo Rai, present their participation as a Green Gala title sponsor to Micronesian Islands Nature Alliance board member Somia Quan, MINA executive director Roberta Guerrero, and Tasi Watch rangers. (Contributed Photo)

In addition to sponsorships from Joeten Motors and Joeten Enterprises, Ace Hardware and Joeten Superstore have also signed up as title and major sponsors, respectively, of the Micronesian Islands Nature Alliance’s Green Gala, bringing the Joeten Groups total contribution to this year’s fundraising efforts to over $11,000.

“Ace Hardware supports the efforts of MINA and is dedicated to island conservation efforts by providing eco-friendly options at their store,” said Priscilla Tenorio, president of Ace Hardware.

MINA executive director Roberta Guerrero, on behalf of MINA, expressed appreciation for everything that Ace Hardware does to support the community efforts for conservation.

In addition to the contribution of Ace Hardware, Joeten Superstore also presented their valuable contributions for MINA’s efforts in this year’s fundraising.

The sponsorship of Joeten Motors, Joeten Superstore, Joeten Ace Hardware, and Joeten Enterprises will enhance the offerings of this year’s Green Gala silent auction, which includes a seven-piece living room set, FitBit, a Vitamix 5300, a Yamaha generator and other valuable items.

This year’s Green Gala promises to be an exciting and fun-filled night, so remember to get your tickets early from MINA board members or by calling the MINA office at 233-7333.

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