Monday, July 10, 2006

Let 'er rip day

No, it's not an invitation to inappropriately pass gas at work. The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado is hosting a free document shredding day on Friday, July 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church at 317 East Kiowa Street .

KKTV-11 News and docuVault, a nationally-certified document destruction company, are co-hosting the event known as "Letter Rip" Day. The three organizations created the event in 2005 to give the public an opportunity to safely dispose of personal and financial documents in order to prevent identity theft.

The public is invited to bring as many as five boxes of documents to be shred by docuVault's shredding truck. Plastics, cardboard, newspapers and magazines cannot be accepted.

Sinton Diary will provide complimentary ice cream, while supplies last. For more information, call 636-5076.

1 comment:

Sarah Colwell said...

More than 15 tons of personal documents were pulverized today as citizens from as far south as Pueblo came to shred their personal documents at the second annual “Letter Rip” Day.