Annual Shred Fest


By Ryan Nagel

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

May 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM

Location: Oregon Community Credit Union

Phone: 541-687-2347


Event Description

Protect Yourself: Identity theft can cost you time and money, destroy your credit and ruin your good name. Keep your personal information out of the trash and away from the hands of thieves! Don't just throw your personal information in the trash, shred unneeded financial documents and paperwork with personal information before you discard them.

FREE Drop-off and On-Site Shredding: Oregon Community has teamed up with Access Information Management and International Paper – Eugene to provide FREE document collection and shredding in May.

Shred Fest Days! Join us at the following locations for fun, treats and document destruction. Access Information Management is providing mobile shred trucks at select branch locations... watch your shredables go!*

When: May 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Corporate Offices, South Eugene Branch, Santa Clara Branch, Mohawk Branch and South Commercial Branch

Can't make it May 14? Don't worry. In May, all Oregon Community branches will have locked, secure collection "totes" available... just bring your documents by and drop them in. International Paper will securely transport what's collected to their Eugene facility for shredding.

Members with large amounts of shredables may visit the International Paper site in Glenwood free of charge all month. Just tell them you're an Oregon Community member. They are located at 3425 E. 17th Ave. in Eugene.

*Mobile shred trucks will not be on-site at all Shred Fest locations, but all documents will be securely stored and shredded before they leave the branch that afternoon by International Paper and Access Information Management Staff.

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