NBC4 Shred-It Day
FIGHT IDENTITY THEFT AT NBC4 SHRED-IT DAY
Saturday, April 20, 8AM-2PM
NBC4 (WCMH-TV) and Shred-It will partner for the 10th year to provide free document destruction to the public at the NBC4 Shred-it Day on Saturday, April 20 at the Schottenstein Center’s Buckeye Parking Lots, located at the corner of Fred Taylor Drive and Ackerman Road on the Ohio State University campus. CampusParc is a sponsor of this event.
This is a drive-through only event; attendees will not get out of their cars. Vehicles will drive by Shred-It trucks, and event volunteers will remove boxes from cars to be loaded into Shred-It vehicles. Documents will be shredded on-site or shredded at the secure Shred-it facility.
Event policies will be enforced. A maximum of five non-returnable boxes per vehicle will be accepted. Each box should be a size that a person of average strength can lift and carry for our volunteer’s handling ability. To prevent sensitive documents from spilling out and blowing away, boxes must have lids or be taped shut. No bags please. This event is for private consumers only, no businesses. For more details, including a list of items accepted, go to www.nbc4i.com search: shred-it day.
Monetary donations will be accepted for Nationwide Children’s Hospital. To learn more about Shred-it Mobile services, go to www.shredit.com/columbus.
Since the first NBC4 Shred-it Day, 1,928 tons of personal documents have been shredded and recycled and $80,070 has been raised for Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The results have been amazing. Last year alone, more than 3,500 vehicles were counted, 220 tons (or 440,000 pounds) of sensitive documents were shredded, and over $11,800 in donations were collected for Nationwide Children’s Hospital.