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Mission 911 in the business of producing heroes

Posted at 6:53 PM, Sep 11, 2018
and last updated 2018-09-11 19:53:14-04

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“We have individuals where their lives have been devistated,” said Mission 911 CEO Tony Reyes.

But their life has been restored. One of those is Alfredo Montoya.

“All i wanted was just to con people. Giving me this and that. When Tony told me what is your goal? Then answered, I didn’t have a goal.” said Montoya

Reyes told Alfredo to come back when he had a goal.

And he did. To better himself and others, everyday.

Now, Alfredo is working at the Mission 911 Thrift Shop..

“I run the store downstairs. On Tuesdays and Fridays. We give our clothes, as i am giving out clothes, I ask them questions. I give them my testimony,” said Montoya.

He asks them the same question Tony posed.

“I tell them. What’s your goal? What do you want to do with your life,” said Montoya.

Call Alfredo Montoya a hero. For turning his life around and others around him.

911 a day of heros. And Hester’s restaurants is teaming up with Mission 911 making “Hero” sandwiches and the cost $9.11

100% of the proceeds go to help Mission 911.

The promotion goes on all this month. So enjoy a hero sandwich and help Mission 911 as well.

And be sure to take a selfie and post it on Mission 911’s Facebook page.