Free community “Shred” day at Alpine Bank

Free community “Shred” day at Alpine Bank

Are you overwhelmed with papers you would like to get rid of?  Do you have old tax documents, bank statements, credit card solicitations, medical records, and other personal documents needing to be destroyed?  Then, join Alpine Bank and Colorado Document Security for the 1st Annual Free Community Shred Day in Telluride at Alpine Bank:

Wednesday July 29, 2009
120 S. Pine Street
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

All documents will be shredded on-site by Colorado Document Security.  You don’t need to remove papers from file folders, take out staples or remove paperclips as they can run through the shredder.  Participants will be able to watch their documents be destroyed and leave with peace of mind, knowing their personal information will not get into the wrong hands.  Once the documents are shredded, they are then recycled.

Todd Baize, Alpine Bank Vice President, states, “Alpine Bank's 1st Annual Free Community Shred Day will provide a great opportunity for everyone to do three great things at once.  You can protect the environment, protect your privacy, and add room to your home by getting rid of all those documents."

For further information about the Free Shred Event contact Carolee at 596-9325.
Alpine Bank is a $2.8 billion asset organization chartered in 1973 with headquarters in Glenwood Springs, CO.  Alpine Bank is locally owned and operated by 575 employees.  With 37 western and southwestern Colorado banking offices, Alpine Bank serves over 130,000 customers providing retail, business, trust, asset management, mortgage, and electronic banking services.  (Alpine Bank is Member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender)

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