Bank offers free shredding

Bank First will be hosting its 4th annual free Community Shred Day event on Saturday, October 8th. This event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon at 2323 Eastern Avenue in Plymouth. While this shred event is free and open to the public, Bank First is requesting that participants bring a non-perishable food donation in exchange for each bag of personal documents shredded. All food donations will go to area food pantries.

“Protecting our customers is one of our top priorities,” affirms Todd K. Neils, Market President. “Shredding personal documents is one way to help protect yourself from identity theft, which is one of the fastest growing forms of consumer fraud. Properly disposing sensitive documents - like old tax returns, bank and credit card statements, medical records and other documents with personal information - is one way to help protect your identity. And why not donate to your local food pantry at the same time? It’s a win-win.”

A.R.M.S., Inc., an AAA-certified shredding company, will be providing mobile shredding units to destroy all personal and confidential documents. They are licensed and bonded document-destruction specialists and they guarantee the secure removal of the destroyed documents.

To ensure enough shredding space is available for the public, businesses are asked to not participate in this event. The event will be held rain or shine. Participants are welcome to stay and watch the process if they wish, and are welcome to come inside for free cookies and drinks.

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