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Triple J donates $2,500 to Liberation Day festivities

(Press Release) — Excitement for Liberation Day is in full effect, as community partners are coming together to support Saipan’s signature event! The 2019 CNMI Liberation Day Committee last week received a $2,500 cash donation from Triple J Saipan.

“We are excited to have Triple J Saipan as a Silver Sponsor for this year’s Liberation Day festivities. This year is shaping up to be a great one as our committee is working really hard to put together another memorable Liberation Day event,” said Liberation Day Chairman Joe Ayuyu Jr.

Silver sponsorship is given to a company or organization that has contributed $2,500 in cash or in-kind donation.

Triple J Saipan has donated $2,500 cash for this year’s Liberation Day festivities.  Contributed photoTriple J Saipan has donated $2,500 cash for this year’s Liberation Day festivities. Contributed photo

“Triple J Saipan commends the tireless efforts of the Saipan Mayor’s Office and the 2019 Liberation Day Committee for organizing and executing what is one of the island’s biggest community events, our Liberation Day Festivities and Parade,” said Mike Sablan, vice president of finance and administration of Triple J Enterprises, Inc.

“As a community business member, we are proud to contribute for a great event, one in which everyone can experience together. Understanding this year marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Saipan, we look forward to honoring those who sacrificed for the future success of the next generations,” he added.

Saipan Mayor David M. Apatang said plans are well underway for another successful Liberation Day.

“This year’s Liberation Day is particularly special as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Battles of Saipan and Tinian. We are thankful to our community business partners for their support, and we invite the entire community to join us in celebrating our freedom,” Mayor Apatang added.