SeeSay Awareness Day

Today, September 25, is national “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day. Awareness Day was created to highlight the importance of recognizing and reporting terrorism-related suspicious activity to local authorities to prevent terrorism-related incidents. LMD is proud to support Awareness Day by sharing just a few reasons why we #SeeSay:

 
Monica Leisure

“I SeeSay for my girls.” —Monica, Office Manager

Brandon Aksteter

“To protect the people and places I care about.” —Brandon, Account Manager & Digital Strategist

 
Dre Brown

“I SeeSay to keep us all safe.” —Dre, Account Manager & Public Relations Specialist

Karen Killian

“I SeeSay to keep my grandchildren, family, and friends safe!” —Karen, President

 
Holly Huntley

“I SeeSay for the next generation.” —Holly, VP Client & Consulting Services

Nic Takemoto

“I SeeSay for everyone…including my dad and my cat.” —Nic, Associate Creative Director

 
Crystal Myers

“To protect my family, friends, and community.” —Crystal, Senior Account Director

Katie Slagle

“I SeeSay for my family and my community.” —Katie, Director, Account Services

 
Krista Wilkins

“So we can protect and keep our families and neighbors safe.” —Krista, Senior Designer

 

We can all help keep our communities safe by learning the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, paying attention to our surroundings, and reporting suspicious activity to local law enforcement. Find out how you can play a role in this year’s If You See Something, Say Something® Awareness Day, and share why you SeeSay on social media by using #WhyISeeSay.

 
De'Andre
Brown
Account Manager & Public Relations Specialist

De'Andre leads LMD's Prince George's County accounts, including campaigns for the County's Beautification Initiative, Department of Family Services, Board of Elections, Family Justice Center, and the Office of Community Relations. He also leads LMD's public relations practice. Prior to joining...Read more