Mon, Apr 21, 2014
Securityplus Federal Credit Union held their second annual free community shred day on Saturday, April 12th. Two Cintas shred trucks were onsite and easy drive-n-drop service allowed the Credit Union to shred documents for over 300 community members in only 180 minutes!
Community members eagerly waited to shred old financial forms, checkbooks and a variety of other personal documents. While in line, Securityplus employees gave out information packets with tips on how to protect against identity theft.
Brett Noll, Securityplus CEO, stated, “With the positive response we received after our first shred day in September, we were ecstatic to offer this service to community members again. We look forward to making this a semi-annual event and have already started to plan another shred day for the fall.”
During the free event, the Credit Union also collected over 200 pounds of non-perishable food to benefit the Maryland Food Bank. “Free shredding is really something our community needs,” said a local Woodlawn resident, “I’m thrilled that Securityplus offers this free service, so I am happy to give a few items for charity in return.”
Securityplus Federal Credit Union is a $365 million not-for-profit, member-owned, full service financial institution, with seven branches. Securityplus serves over 34,000 members in the greater Baltimore community.
For more information on Securityplus history, upcoming events, products and services, visit www.securityplusfcu.org.