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COVID-19 – Updates on Our Operations

  October 5, 2020 Please see the below for an update to the mandatory quarantine procedures for Guam: https://dphss.guam.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/DPHSS-Guidance-Memo-2020-11-Rev10.pdf As always, if you have any questions regarding your service or an upcoming household goods move, please reach out to our team.   September 23, 2020 Hafa adai- The DPHSS has released two new memos outlining COVID-19 guidance and restrictions for the public. You can read the full memos here: DPHSS Guidance Memo 2020-11 Rev9 09.22.2020 JIC Release No. 354 – DPHSS Issues Guidance Memo 2020-11 Rev9 If you have any questions regarding your move or service, please contact our team directly here: Contact DeWitt Guam […]

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Food Donations From Your Move Can Help Kids

Fact: Over 40,000 people who live in Guam receive food assistance each year. Many of those in need are children. With times getting tighter, these numbers are dramatically increasing. Thousands in our community need your help. As you are aware, many people throw out a good deal of “stuff” when they move. Unfortunately a lot of this “stuff” is food that can be delivered to a family in need. That’s why DeWitt Guam has teamed up with Move For Hunger to support Guam’s food banks. Please set aside any unwanted, non-perishable food items before your move and DeWitt Guam will deliver the food to local food banks. Move For Hunger is a […]

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DeWitt Guam Contributes to Operation Christmas Drop

DeWitt Guam was proud to participate in Operation Christmas Drop 2015 this past Holiday Season. Operation Christmas Drop began in 1952, and is the longest running Department of Defense humanitarian airlift mission in the world impacting more than 20,000 islanders each year, from the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau. This year, four Air Force C-130 aircrews from the 36th Wing, 374th Airlift Wing, 734th Air Mobility Squadron, 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, as well as international partners from Japan Air Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Air Force, delivered over 40,000 […]

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Guam Chamber of Commerce hosted the 8th Annual Small Business Expo & Outreach Exhibition

8th Annual Small Business Expo & Outreach Exhibitor L – R:  Joyce Diamadi, Records Account Manager, Jerryzza Cuenco, Records Sales Coordinator &    Lori San Nicolas, Approved Guam Account Manager DeWitt Moving & Storage, DeWitt Records Management, Approved Freight Forwarders & DeWitt Trucking Services participated as Exhibitor on  June 28th, 2012 at Guam Marriott Hotel for 8th Annual Small Business Expo & Outreach Exhibitors to promote  products and services to the local community/businesses

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Dewitt Moving & Storage Helps Local High School

Together with the Rotary Club of Guam and numerous other sponsors, Dewitt Moving & Storage donated it’s time and facilities to help bring more than 6,000 books to different schools in the region.  An assortment of fiction, history, science, adult non-fiction and numerous other genres will now entertain and educate students in the Philippines, Pohnpei and Guam. Corine Berking, President, Victor Valenzuela, Vice President  and Rotary Club of Guam member spearheaded this community service.  Together, with Rotary, they directed the receiving, storage and deliveries of the books to John F. Kennedy High School on Guam and local freight forwarders for the distribution to the Philippines […]

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Towing the Lines to Save Lives- United Airlines Plane Pull 2015

For the past 10 years United Airlines along with the Guam community have been “towing the line to save lives” to raise money for the American Cancer Society and Guam Cancer Care.  At this year’s event, DeWitt Guam was honored and recognized for supporting and participating in the United Plane Pull for the last decade. On April 25th, forty teams from around the island came together to participate in this years fun filled event.  With 100% of the proceeds go to the American Cancer Society and Guam Cancer Care. Each team competing to pull a 737 United aircraft a little more than 12 feet across the finish line. With a race for the fastest time, DeWitt Guam placed 3rd in the Coed […]

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