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Shred Fest 2024


Shred Fest 2024*

April 13, 2023 
10 AM-Noon
Brigham City Branch
1023 Medical Dr., Brigham City, Utah 84302

*5 small box limit. Residential shredding only. NO commercial/businesses, please. Shredding is accepted until the shred truck reaches capacity. Arrive early in case it’s busy. Elevate will not dispose of empty boxes or bags, so please plan to bring your boxes/bags home with you.

Shred Fest is a free event hosted by Elevate Credit Union once a year for Elevate members and the community to help keep your identity safe and protect you from fraud.

It’s important to shred documents that contain your personal and confidential information. Even though there are small shredders you can buy for your home, these can give a false sense of security. Even worse, they can potentially threaten physical safety and information security. Elevate partners with Epic Shred, a professional, secure shredding service that will do everything for you. Just drive up to the shred truck, and we will handle the rest!

While there are certain documents you will always want to shred, by the same token, several less consequential documents can hold personal information, which in the wrong hands, could lead to fraud or identity theft. For instance, some of the junk mail, most notably credit card offers, could be used by criminals to open accounts in your name and destroy your credit. Before placing any piece of paper in the trash, take a moment to consider if it has any personally identifying information; if so, it should be shredded instead.

Some documents that should be shredded:

  • Financial Statements
  • Medical Records
  • Junk Mail
  • Legal Documents
  • Receipts & Invoices
  • Payroll Records
  • Financial Statements
  • Tax Records
  • Contracts
  • Debit Card Numbers
  • Credit Card Statements
  • Loan Documents
  • Envelopes or Labels w/ your name & address on them
  • Personnel Files
  • Proposals & Quotes
  • Canceled/Voided Checks
  • Profit/Loss Statements
  • Business Plans
  • Inventory/Price Lists
  • Computer Reports
  • Executive Correspondences
  • Obsolete Contracts
  • Utility Bills