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Belmont University to Host Free Document Shredding Event May 8

On-site truck provides safe, secure disposal of confidential information

Belmont University is hosting a Shred Event on Wednesday, May 8 from 7:30-11:30 a.m. on campus in the parking lot behind the Troutt Theater/McAfee Concert Hall (2100 Belmont Blvd.). This event is free and open to the public. A number of community organizations and local companies have already signed on to show their support for and participation in the event, including the Edgehill Family Resource Center, Belmont Heights Baptist Church, the Edgehill Village Neighborhood Association, R.C. Mathews Contractor, Enterprise Electric, Bloom Electric Supply, Neal’s Electric Supply, Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Councilwoman Sandra Moore (17th District), Councilwoman Megan Barry (At-Large), Councilwoman Burkley Allen (18th District), Councilwoman Erica Gilmore (19th District)and the Belmont-Hillsboro Neighborhood Association.

Through a partnership with Cintas Document Management, documents will be securely destroyed on-site with a mobile shredding vehicle, ensuring secure, confidential disposal of sensitive information. Cintas helps customers comply with the law and fight identity theft by destroying all of the following:

• Invoices
• Bank Statements
• Canceled Checks
• Profit and Loss Statements
• Leases
• Capital Stock Ledgers
• Patent and Related Data
• Computer Printouts
• Market Research Studies
• Customer Lists
• Sales Figures
• Sealed Bids
• Strategies
• Balance Sheets
• Reconciliations
• Audit Reports
• Monthly Trial Balances
• Claims and Litigation Records
• Timecards
• New Product Designs
• Credit Reports and Applications
• Marketing/Advertising Plans
• Medical Records
• Micro Media
• Draft Copies of Letters
• Drug Screens
• Cash Books
• Financial Statements
• Correspondence
• Tax Returns
• Trademark Information
• Complaints
• Blueprints
• Inaccurate Sales Literature
• Contracts
• R & D Information
• Personnel Records
• Memos and Legal Briefs
• Technical Data
• Insurance Records
• Sign In/Registration Forms
• Credit Card Receipts
• And more!

* Staples, rubber bands, folders, paper clips, etc. do not need to be removed before shredding occurs.

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