On Monday night Grade Tech teamed up once again with Amanda Brady, aka “Mrs. Herriman 2021,” and Travis and Teri Bonino of Salsa Leedos Mexican Grill to provide a meal for local police officers and first responders. Grade Tech team members David Barlow, Amanda Williams and her husband, and Brad Richardson joined other volunteers from the Leedos Love program to deliver and serve dinner to the Taylorsville Police Department.

The volunteers picked up the food at Salsa Leedos and served dinner to the officers and staff of the Taylorsville Police Department to honor and thank those who selflessly serve the Taylorsville community.

The Leedos Love program honors first responders in Herriman and other local communities throughout Utah, providing lunch or dinner from Salsa Leedos in appreciation for their dedicated service.

Grade Tech is proud to sponsor the Leedos Love food delivery program by providing volunteers to serve the meals, collecting donations in exchange for “Back the Blue” swag that promotes the program’s message of support and appreciation for first responders, and matching the donations dollar-for-dollar.

Leedos Love was founded by Amanda Brady, the reigning “Mrs. Herriman” who represented the local community in the 2021 Mrs. Utah America pageant which was held in May. The program recognizes the sacrifice and dedication of our local first responders and also supports Salsa Leedos, a locally owned restaurant that was hit hard by COVID and whose owners, Travis and Teri Bonino, are long-time supporters of local law enforcement.

Grade Tech is proud to “Back the Blue” and we extend our sincere appreciation to all of the dedicated officers and staff of the Taylorsville Police Department. We thank you all for your service on behalf of the local community.