CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati-based Cintas, leader in secure document services, will be hosting a free shredding event on Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. at WesBanco in Harrison.
This free event will provide community members with a safe and secure resource to shred their confidential personal and business documents, certified Cintas employee. From drop-off to destruction, all documents will be constantly monitored and protected for your safety.
"Identity theft is a growing threat for individuals and businesses across the nation," explained Karen Carnahan, president and COO of Cintas document management division. "This event will bring awareness of proper document management to the community and provide them with a secure method to safely dispose information. More importantly, it will provide individuals with the peace of mind that their sensitive information will not end up in the wrong hands."
For more information about Cintas document management services, click here.
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