Montebello Police Foundation Honors Quiet Cannon
November 7, 2019
The Montebello Police Foundation and Montebello Police Department recently honored Quiet Cannon Montebello for hosting the Salute to Public Safety Luncheon in May of 2019. Councilmember, Kimberly Cobos Cawthorne and Montebello Police Chief, Brad Keller presented Brad Perrin, Quiet Cannon President and CEO, Sean Shamim, General Manager and Nick Reischl, Operations Manager with an honorary plaque of appreciation.
“It was an honor to host the luncheon. Our community is lucky to have the hard-working men and women of the Montebello Police Department to keep us safe,” stated Perrin. “We are looking forward to supporting the police department and it’s events for many years to come,” echoed Shamim.
Quiet Cannon was proud to have hosted the event, which honors the men and women of the Montebello Police Department for all of their hard work, dedication, and contributions to the safety of the community. “Mr. Perrin and Mr. Shamim have always gone above and beyond to show their support for the men and women of the Montebello Police Department. Mr. Perrin did not hesitate to offer the facility, food and beverages for this event, when asked. Without Mr. Perrin’s generosity and Mr. Shamim’s assistance in planning this event we may not have had the opportunity to show the hard working men and women of the Montebello Police Department just how much they are appreciated by the community they serve,” beamed Brad Keller, Montebello Police Chief.