About 44 years ago the Xerox Corp. sent one of its employees to Guam from Hawaii to install a few products for the first time. "He thought he could sell at least 10 units a year; he basically was a one-man show "" said Margaret ""Meg"" Tyquiengco general manager of Xerox Guam & Micronesia. Although the Xerox company had low expectations Paul Webber then-vice president took the chance on Guam. ""The chance turned into a great business and we've never turned our back on Guam since "" Tyquiengco said . . .
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