Start Date: May 14, 2010 - End Date: May 15, 2010
Location: Oregon Community CU Branches and Corporate Office
Child Price: Free
Adult Price: Free
Organization: Oregon Community Credit Union
FREE Drop-Off and On-Site Shredding
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. In May, Oregon Community is offering free, secure document destruction services at our branches.
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!*
Friday, May 14: 10:00 am -2:00 pm
West 11th Branch, 3065 W. 11th Avenue, Eugene
South Commercial Branch, 5325 SE Commercial, Salem
Downtown Branch, 488 E 11th Ave., Eugene
Barger Branch, 4239 Barger Drive, Eugene *
Saturday, May 15: 10:00 am -2:00 pm
Mohawk, 1981 Mohawk Blvd, Suite B, Springfield
Corporate Office, 2880 Chad Drive, Eugene
South Eugene, 2890 Willamette St., Eugene
Santa Clara, 45L Division Ave., Eugene*
Can’t make it May 14th & 15th?
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.
What to Bring
Any records or documents that have personal information like social security or bank account numbers, old tax records, old account statements, cancelled checks, credit card and ATM receipts and unwanted credit card offers.