Tango Theatres’ Marketing Manager Constance “Connie” Camat was recently named as one of the recipients of the prestigious National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) 2021 CinemaCon Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship. This scholarship aims to build a pathway to participation in NATO for people who are currently underrepresented among the association’s volunteers. The scholarship is awarded to employees of NATO member companies in the US and the territories. Camat will be attending high-level meetings of movie industry experts at the annual CinemaCon from August 22-26, 2021, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“This scholarship is my once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gain knowledge and interact with industry experts. I am looking to gain a global perspective on movie distribution and exhibition and raise awareness among filmmakers and distributors that Guam is a melting pot of cultures where their movies and products will be appreciated by a diverse community of movie enthusiasts,” said Camat.
“Team Tango is very proud of Ms, Camat’s achievement. Her leadership qualities and her persistence have allowed Tango to broaden its audience reach thus benefitting our patrons who are always looking for new and exciting movies to watch,” General Manager Kit Lanuza said.
A strategic business unit of Tan Holdings, Tango theatres has been providing entertainment for more than 20 years to the people of Guam in its 12 cinemas located at the Micronesia Mall.