Tuesday, July 25, 2006
RealTime Shredding expands into Texas
RealTime Shredding of Colorado Springs, developer of the first self-service kiosk to help consumers and businesses fight identity theft, has made its first stab at expanding outside of the state. They have installed two kiosks in Amarillo, Texas, at an RV park and in the Boys Ranch School System, said Amanda Verrie, RealTime Shredding president. The family-owned business placed its first kiosk at Chapel Hills Mall last September and has since added units in Denver, Fort Collins and in two additional locations in Colorado Springs.