The Ford Transit Connect van, presented at Triple J Auto Group's main location in Upper Tumon on Thursday, December 24th, is to support Humane Society International's dog population management efforts on Guam.
While the scope of the plan will likely be achieved in 4-6 years time, with the help of the Department of Agriculture, the Mayor's Council Committee on stray dogs, GAIN and local veterinarians, Dr. Jennifer Landis with Humane Society International, expressed how this donation is crucial to get to where they can go full force on their efforts, "Thanks to the generous support of Triple J, Humane Society International and our partners are able to make great progress toward dog population management on Guam. This vehicle will be used for general operation, transportation of animals and as a mobile clinic for spaying and neutering."
The collaboration with Humane Society International is part of Triple J’s “Customers First” commitment to serving the community in more ways than one.
Jay Jones, Senior Vice President of Triple J Enterprises, Inc. went on to say, "It’s a worthy cause – we have been talking about solutions for years finally we are seeing some action. This is a solution to a long standing issue on Guam, so we are happy to be able to support them in their efforts."
Humane Society 2015
Standing left to right, Jay B. Jones, Senior Vice President, Triple J Enterprises, Inc.; Dr. Jennifer Landis, Humane Society International; Jeff B. Jones, President & COO, Triple J Enterprises, Inc.
Kristine R. Lujan
Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations
Triple J Enterprises, Inc.