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Vesta Real Estate Group’s Community Shredding Day

by Joan Shaughnessy
April 19, 2017

In celebration of Earth Day, Vesta Real Estate Group’s 6th annual Community Shredding Day will be held on Saturday, April 22nd from 9am to Noon in the parking lot of Holliston High School.  It is a great opportunity to properly dispose of and recycle your sensitive documents.

Vesta Real Estate Group of Keller Williams Realty hosts this event annually in service to the community; it is a free event to Holliston residents.  “We think this is a great way to give back to the community and celebrate Earth Day” said Vesta Team leader Ed Daniels. “We have a lot of fun connecting with residents each spring on shredding day” he said. 

Shredding Day provides on-site, secure shredding of personal documents (8 box maximum). A large on-site shredding truck from Universal Shredding allows you to watch your personal documents being shred right in front of you.  “In years’ past we have filled the trucks to the brim – let’s do it again this year!” says team member Doriane Daniels.

Vesta Real Estate Group team members will be on site to assist residents and to collect monetary donations for the Holliston Rail Trail. In previously years, other recycling services were offered.  This year, Shredding Day will be all about shredding documents, and other donations will not be accepted. 

Join Vesta! Volunteers are welcome. For more information on how to volunteer, or the event itself, visit our website www.VestaMA.com under Shredding Day.

 

 

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