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SHRED DAY: 96 Tons Shredded!

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KHQ.com - We here at KHQ just want to thank AmericanWest Bank and Secure Shred for another successful Shred Day, but we especially want to thank everyone who came out with their sensitive documents to have them shredded!

The totals this go around are astounding! We shredded over 96 tons of documents today at our three locations!

Here's how all of the totals break down:

Downtown Spokane: 77,350 pounds

Spokane Valley: 66,850 pounds

Hayden: 48,125 pounds

Once again, thank you to everyone who came out to shred their documents, and thank you to everyone who volunteered to make this another successful shred day!


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