Coldwell Banker Carmel Valley sponsors free Shredfest

Looking for an easy way to shred your unwanted documents for free?

Look no further! Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Carmel Valley is sponsoring its first annual Shredfest and it is free. You are invited to bring your unwanted documents (limited to three banker-size boxes, please) which will be shredded by a professional shredding service. Coldwell Banker agents will also be on site to guide and treat participants to coffee and doughnuts while they wait their turn. This occasion will take place on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Carmel Valley office location of 3810 Valley Centre Drive (near Souplantation).

“Our office is so excited to sponsor this community event and we invite everyone to come by and take advantage of this opportunity”, comments Tasha Manzano, branch manager. She adds, “Everyone here in the Carmel Valley office relishes the role we play in our community. We are in the business of homes, whether it’s buying, selling, or in this case decluttering. Our purpose is to serve homeowners.”

“Tasha and her team do a great job of supporting and sponsoring events that strengthen the community that Coldwell Banker serves. I am very proud of the way the Carmel Valley office supports community events,” adds Rick Hoffman, president, and COO of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, San Diego Region. “It’s one way we like to show the residents of Carmel Valley how important they are to all of us at Coldwell Banker.”

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