Monnen Technology, Edward Jones Investments Financial Advisor Amanda David, Eastern Shore Title Company, Lane Engineering, Weaver, Mavity, Short Associates, and Phil Lasker have recently joined Breakfast in Easton owner and Chef Stephen Mangasarian to honor Talbot County’s first responders. All businesses are local to Talbot County, with Lasker supporting the outreach in honor of his son P J Lasker.
The groups were able to provide breakfast sandwiches to first responders, who were able to call in their orders for take-out to maintain social distancing.
Volunteers and officers from Easton Police Department, Easton VFD, Talbot County Sheriff’s Office, Talbot County EMT, and Maryland State Police/Easton Barracks were provided coupons for free breakfast sandwiches as a token of appreciation from the businesses for their dedication to public safety, especially in times of our greatest need.
“We wanted to be sure their efforts and sacrifices do not go unnoticed,” said Monnen Technology President Eric Monnen, who brainstormed the idea to give back to Talbot County’s first responders while meeting with other business leaders in October.
“Every person we spoke to about this idea immediately asked how they could participate,” said Weaver, Mavity, Short Associates Partner David Short. “We’re grateful for our first responders and wanted them to know how much we appreciate and value their service.”
“We’re especially grateful for their services during this season of giving,” said Eastern Shore Title Company Bookkeeping and Operations Manager Pam Sard. “It’s nice to give back in a meaningful way, and within COVID safety protocols.”
Other businesses and individuals wishing to purchase breakfast gift certificates from Breakfast in Easton can reach out Eric Monnen at his Easton office by calling 410-770-8885.