GTA Supports Art Show in Shibuya, Tokyo

(Tamuning, Guam) Friday, February 2, 2024- GTA proudly announces its sponsorship for KAIJU KELAGUEN, a highly anticipated group pop-up show set to captivate Shibuya, Tokyo, from February 6th to 12th at the Tokyo Shibuya Plaza.

Featuring local artists such as @opake_guam, @goodlookinout, @geremygreyphotography, @longliveclothingco, @tsunogai_gram, and @joshuabarrigada, KAIJU KELAGUEN promises a dynamic showcase that transcends traditional art and fashion boundaries. Hosted at Tokyo Shibuya Plaza, the event will bring forth a fusion of styles and perspectives against the vibrant backdrop of Tokyo.

Michele Catahay Perez, Sr. Community Relations Manager at GTA, says, "Dedicated to supporting the arts and fostering creativity, GTA is proud to be part of the cultural convergence with KAIJU KELAGUEN. Our commitment is reflected in initiatives like our GTA Village Mural Project, showcasing the talents of local artists. We are proud to support and uplift the vibrant community of local artists, recognizing the enriching impact they have on our cultural landscape."

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GTA provides complete communications services in Guam. These include local and long-distance telephone service, 3G, LTE, and 5G mobility service, High Speed Internet Access, Dedicated Ethernet, Carrier-Class High Capacity Services over SONET and SDH networks, and advanced television, or IPTV. GTA operates a data center on Guam offering a secure, managed environment for customers who need an alternative site for business data storage. The company also runs Guam’s first locally owned cable landing station and data center in Piti.

Based in Tamuning, Guam, GTA is a U.S. and locally owned company and locally managed. The company’s website is

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