Realtors Shredfest event to be held at Torrey Pines High

Tax Day is past. Hooray! Now, what do we do with all that paperwork we have accumulated? The safest thing to do is shred all your sensitive documents. Anything with your name, social security number, bank account information, credit card details, or health records should be shredded when they are no longer needed. As part of the Realtors “Building a Better North County” community project, your boxes of old checks, mail, and personal documents can be securely shredded with proceeds going to support Torrey Pines High School students.

Realtors Shredfest Event will be held in conjunction with the TPHS Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to noon at the high school. A suggested donation of $5 per “banker’s box” would be greatly appreciated by all the special student programs sustained by the TPHS Foundation. Your confidential documents will be shredded before your eyes by a bonded and insured company using state-of-the-art certified shredding equipment. They also shred any staples, paper clips and any floppies or CDs included in the boxes.

Even better, all of the shredded material will be recycled!

For more information about the Realtor Shredfest, please contact your local Realtor, or TPHS Foundation at (858) 793-3551.

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  3. Coldwell Banker Carmel Valley sponsors free Shredfest
  4. Annual event raises funds for Torrey Pines High
  5. Torrey Pines High School Foundation schedules spring fundraiser

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