Better Business Bureau Serving Southeast Texas will host "Shred It & Forget It" on Saturday, September 19th 2015, in Beaumont at Parkdale Mall as part of an effort to reduce identity theft.
Shred-It will provide mobile shredding trucks for the one-day event. The BBB invites consumers to bring documents to be shredded for FREE, such as credit card statements, old checks, I.R.S. tax returns, and anything that lists personal information. Bring up to five (5) boxes per vehicle. (Box size is limited to a standard banker's box, approximately 10 x 12 x 15 inches.)
The BBB stresses the importance to shred your confidential documents; when improperly disposed of, they can lead to identity theft. "Shred It and Forget It" is brought to you by Shred-It, MCT Credit Union, Bill Clark Pest Control, Star Graphics, and iHeartMedia, with additional assistance from Progressive Waste Solutions, Southeast Texas Water Conditioning, Chick-fil-A--Parkdale Mall, and Lamar University's Rotaract Club. The event will be held in Beaumont at Parkdale Mall between 10am and 1pm. For more information, 409/835-5348, 855/BBB-SETX, or www.bbb.org.
Better Business Bureau Serving Southeast Texas
will host "Shred It & Forget It" on Saturday, April 18th 2015, at Central Mall as part of an effort to reduce identity theft. Since July 2006, 17 events have successfully been held in Southeast Texas
Nominations for KOCB Beautification Awards now available on-line
Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:49 pm
Keep Orange County Beautiful is pleased to announce that nominations for its Beautification Awards is now open to the public AND nomination forms are available on-line at their website, www.KOCB.org.
Once each calendar quarter, a Beautification Award is presented to a single residence and a single business that have best exhibited the concept of Keeping Orange County Beautiful. Award recipients may come from anywhere within Orange County.
The purpose of the award is to recognize individuals and organizations that closely exhibit KOCB’s vision and to encourage their neighbors to do the same. Read the full article at The Orange Leader The County Record KOCB.com