Saipan Brewing signs on as Green Gala sponsor

Saipan Brewing Co. owners Steve Sablan and Jay Wolf present their sponsorship commitment to Micronesian Islands Nature Alliance board member Somia Quan as part of their commitment to MINA’s fundraising efforts. (Contributed Photo)

Saipan Brewing Co. has signed on as a sponsor of the Green Gala, the signature fundraising event of the Micronesian Islands Nature Alliance.

According to MINA board member Somia Quan, “Having Saipan Brew featured as a fresh and locally-produced beer is a perfect fit for this year’s ‘Farm to Table’ theme, and we sincerely appreciate their commitment to conservation in the Marianas.”

Saipan Brewing Co. owners Steve Sablan and Jay Wolf presented their sponsorship commitment to Quan.

“Saipan Brewing Company is proud to be a sponsor of this year’s MINA Green Gala and to provide our local craft beer for the event,” said Sablan and Wolf in a joint statement. “As a local, homegrown small business, we share the vision of MINA that environmental conservation starts with each of us. Saipan Brewing uses local ingredients whenever possible, packages in cans due to their recycling potential, and donates 100 percent of our used brewing grain to local farmers.

“MINA is proud to have Saipan Brewing Company as a valued sponsor for this year’s event,” said Quan.

For more information on MINA’s projects and the Green Gala, or to purchase tickets, contact 233-REEF (7333), or send an email to minaoutreach@gmail.com. (PR)

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