shredding event
AARP Utah and Fox 13 held our four annual shredding event in Midvale and Ogden, and it was a rousing success!  Unfortunately, so many of you came out to shred that Shred-it's trucks in Midvale were filled to capacity before everyone made it through the line.  Therefore, they've generously offered their services to those people who came out but weren't able to shred their documents on July 14.
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At AARP, we’re serious about wanting to help consumers fight identity theft!  That’s why we’re teaming up once again with Fox 13 News and Shred-It to offer free shredding events, this time in both Midvale and Ogden on Saturday, July 15 from 8:00am–11:00am. This event is open to the public, regardless of age or AARP membership.  Shredding sensitive financial documents and other materials that contain personal information will prevent thieves from using these data to open false accounts or lines of credit.
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Back by popular demand for the 11th year, AARP Nebraska and Shred-It will host a free community shredding day in Omaha on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
AARP is fighting identity theft in Maine, and invites everyone—members and nonmembers alike—to bring a box or bag of papers to one of several free shredding events in the state.
Melanie and shredding customer
AARP Utah teamed up with Fox 13 News to hold a shredding event on Saturday, July 11 at 6985 Union Park Center, just around the corner from our state office.  With Fox 13's promotion of the event and our outreach to members in the area, we had 500-600 cars come through to shred sensitive documents.  It was a turn-out that went beyond our expectations. What a great way to help fight fraud in our state!  Shred-It very generously donated four trucks for the event and provided these numbers on how we helped the environment through this shredding and recycling effort:
AARP Utah and FOX 13 are teaming up to hold a free shredding event on Saturday, July 11 at 6985 Union Park Center in Midvale to help you avoid becoming a victim of fraud or identity theft.  You can bring up to ten bags or boxes of sensitive documents with personal information such as cancelled checks, credit card offers, financial statements, and medical bills.  Don't miss this opportunity to have your confidential documents shredded free of charge by trained Shred-It staff.
Need to dispose of sensitive documents after filing your income tax return? Bring bags or boxes of papers to a free shredding session near you.
AARP Volunteer team and Shred-It staff
Back by popular demand for the ninth year, AARP Nebraska and Shred-It will host a free community shredding day in Omaha on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at The Center Mall on 42 nd and Center Sts.
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