Triple J names marketing manager for Saipan

MariaValentina Haberman has been named the new marketing manager for its CNMI Triple J group corporate operations.

Haberman used to lead the marketing and public relation department of Hyatt Regency Saipan for two years.

She joins Triple J Saipan, Inc. with well over 10 years of professional experience in strategic marketing, management, and business development.

Haberman holds a master’s in Business Administration and Management from Chaminade University of Honolulu and a bachelor’s in Elementary Education, with concentration in Early Childhood Development from University of Hawaii at Manoa.

She is the PR director for Stellar Marianas, a nonprofit pageant and talent group sharing talent, empowerment, leadership and achievement of the Marianas.

She is also a member of the events team of Marianas Young Professionals, MyPros, and an instructor at the Northern Marianas Trades Institute under the hotel and restaurant program.

“A family corporation, Triple J Saipan, Inc. focuses on our motto, ‘Customers First.’ Valentina’s technical savvy, customer focus and persuasive communication will ensure our efforts are transparent to those who matter the most—our customers. Her skill set spans all aspects of marketing, and we’re really excited that she has joined our team,” said Robert H. Jones, Triple J chairman & CEO.

For any and all community service, advertising and marketing needs, contact Haberman at

Triple J Enterprises Inc. has operated for over three decades. It has several operations, which include the Triple J Auto Group, Triple J Rentals, Five Star Wholesale Foods, Outback Steakhouse in Guam, and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Surf Club, Tony Roma’s, Capricciosa, Great Harvest Bread Co. and Truong’s Vietnamese Restaurant on Saipan. (PR)

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