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Free Shredding for Montgomery County Maryland Residents

ID theft is a rapidly growing challenge faced by everyone. One way to protect yourself is to take advantage of this free “community shred” for Montgomery County residents. NBC 4, Shred-it, and PNC Bank are co-sponsoring the event this weekend. Each resident can bring up to 5 boxes of paper. No business papers are accepted.

© Copyright 2005 Corbis CorporationDate: June 28, 2008
Hours: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Location:
Montgomery County Fairgrounds
* The Perry Parkway entrance will be the only one open that day, June 28th.

They’ll accept:

  • All types of paper; (staples and papers clips are OK)
  • Empty binders;
  • Unwanted/expired credit cards; and
  • Computer disks (disks may be shredded off-site).

For more information visit NBC4′s website.

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