Pop-A-Lock of Mississauga, owned by John Inglis, was recently recognized by Safe City Mississauga Crime Prevention, as a sponsor for the neighborhood watch program.

The company is known for sharing tips for creating a safer home and business. It makes sense that Pop-A-Lock of Mississauga would sponsor such an important program. Along with being named sponsor, Pop-A-Lock provides co-branded brochures, window clings and decals with their service number to all neighborhood watch participants. If there is ever a need for locksmith services, the phone number will always be readily available for anyone that needs it. Pop-A-Lock also provides Lost Key Return Tags, a free program to everyone, if you lose your keys, Pop-A-Lock will return them to you at no cost. Go to popalock.ca for more details on this valuable program.

The sold out event was attended by the community, business partners and sponsors. The keynote speaker for the evening was Chief Jennifer Evans of Peel Police. Also in attendance were Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion and representatives of all levels of government.

We appreciate the great job being done in Mississauga and the efforts of John Inglis and his team. The safety and security of the people in our communities will remain Pop-A-Locks' top priority.