MORE businesses are showing their support to the Tasi to Table youth program on Saipan, Tinian and Rota.
Bridge Capital LLC, which donated $4,000, considers it a “great honor” to be associated with TTT.
“This is an entity that benefits the community in so many ways through the support of local culture and traditions, the empowerment of the CNMI’s youth and reaching beyond Saipan to Tinian and Rota — it’s the kind of organization that we want to support,” said Bart Jackson, Bridge Capital’s vice president said.
Also making donations to TTT are Torres Brothers LLC, UR Rentals and Joeten Motors Co.
Torres Brothers LLC donated $500 while UR Rentals donated the use of its canopies and tables.
As for Joeten Motors, it is one of the sponsors of the "Reel in the Holidays" slated for December 2021.
Joeten Motors has donated a 20HP Yamaha Tiller Engine which will be among the raffle prizes that also include a 14' Morning Star Boat and trailer provided by Coral Reef Marine Center Guam and Morning Star Boats.
The other raffle sponsors are Fishing Tackle & Sporting Goods, Advance Marine Saipan Corporation, Pacific Auto, IT&E, Marpac Distributors, Mobil Oil Marianas, Roil Soil Clothing and 4EVER CNMI.
More details about the raffle will be announced soon.
TTT's other major supporters are Bank of Saipan, Pacific Trading Company, McDonald’s Saipan, GR Construction, Chong’s Corporation, EFC Services Corporation, Gree, Robert T. Torres Law Office and JC Development.