Quad City Bank & Trust to host free document shred day


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Posted Online: April 18, 2013, 11:51 am
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Press release submitted by Quad City Bank & Trust


Free Document Shredding Day!


Quad City Bank & Trust to host FREE Document Shred Day
April 20, 2013, 9:00-11:00 AM

Quad City Bank & Trust will be hosting a free document shredding day at their 4500 N. Brady Street location (lower parking lot) on Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 9:00-11:00 am. The public is invited to stop by with personal documents they wish to have destroyed. Document Destruction & Recycling Services, Nationally Certified by the National Association for Information Destruction, will be on location to securely accept your items to be destroyed at their facility.



The free shredding day is for personal use only. Items not acceptable for shredding are plastics, heavy metals, three ring binders, spring clips, magazines, newspapers, phone books, food items, disks, CDs, tapes, other forms of media, carbon forms, credit cards, phone cards, X-Rays, and microfiche.



















 



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