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Shred Day Totals!

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WOW! Look at these totals from our Shred Day today! 

 

  • Hayden - 222 Bins weighing in at 38,850 pounds
  • Spokane Valley - 293 Bins weighing in at 51,275 pounds
  • Downtown Spokane - 401 Bins weighing in at 48,300 pounds!
  • Total: 916 Bins for a grand total of 138,425 pounds of shredded documents! 

Thanks to Secure Shred and their crews for helping and shredding, thanks to American West Bank for providing the space, and thanks everyone who came out today to get rid of their sensitive documents!

 

 

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