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Gaudin Jaguar of Las Vegas Shred-it event Free to Community
Protect yourself from Identity Theft, FREE shredding of your personal documents takes place at Gaudin Jaguar of Las Vegas 7200 W. Sahara this Saturday June 23rd 9am-Noon. Limit 4 boxes pp. Sponsored by Gaudin Jaguar and Shred-it of Las Vegas.
By: Sarah Lee
Personal information is often stolen through the indiscriminate disposal of personal information into dumpsters, computers donated and trash left out for curb-side pick-up.
In the wrong hands this information can destroy your credit and cost thousands of dollars and hours of time to correct. You don't have to risk it anymore.
Gaudin Jaguar of Las Vegas, together with SHRED-IT of Las Vegas are teaming up this weekend to help you safely destroy any personal records, tax information or other important documents you no longer need.
Bring your boxes, bags and bundles to the giant SHRED-IT truck located on the dealership lot between 9am and Noon on SAturday, June 23rd.
KNOWING WHAT TO SHRED:
Good items to shred include: Tax and bank statements, drawings, research, training and product information, supplier and vendor purchase orders, corporate records, legal correspondence, payroll statements, contracts, customer lists, real estate, bank or mortgage documents, health and safety issues, appraisals, performance reviews, internal reports, budgets, strategic reports, binders, manuals, books, and magentic tape, zip disks hard drives and optical media from your computer.
Gaudin Jaguar of Las Vegas is hosting this FREE Shred-it-thon on Saturday, June 23rd from 9am-12:00pm Noon.
Max. 4 boxes per person. NO Charge. http://www.gaudinjaguar.com
Gaudin Motor Company, Gaudin Jaguar of Las Vegas, a family-owned auto dealership supporting the community for over 88 years.
Located at 7200 W. Sahara, Las Vegas, Nevada 89117
One block east of Tenaya on the north-side of W. Sahara.
Please note the following items are NOT to be placed in the SHRED-IT Console:
Medical syringes, medicine, pill bottles, electrical items, food, glass, cans, pressurized containers, ink or toner cartridges, waste or sharp instruments, batteries, hazardous waste, large metal objects, cardboard tubes.