Acadian Total Security is pledging support during the rebuilding process after three churches in St. Landry Parish burned.
Friday, the company also announced that they will assist those three churches and other churches with enhanced security and video surveillance.
The announcement was made at a press conference held at Opelousas City Hall on Friday, April 12.
“When we heard about these fires, we knew we had to do something to help out. Acadian companies and Acadian Total Security stand with the people of St. Landry Parish,” said Acadian Total Security President Blane Comeaux. “The rebuilding process will take time, but we are committed to doing our part in helping that process move forward.”
CEO Richard Zushlag says that protecting residents in communities in Acadiana is the main mission of Acadian Total Security. They say they are committed to that cause.
“Acadian Ambulance has been a part of the St. Landry Parish community for almost 40 years,” said Acadian Chairman & CEO Richard Zuschlag. “Our motto has remained the same since day one: Knowing Life Matters. Acadian Total Security also fulfills this mission through their commitment to protecting residents in our communities by providing security equipment and monitoring. We are proud to be able assist these churches.“