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Shred Day set April 27 at NEBAT

3:31 PM, Apr. 1, 2013  |  Comments
Close-up image of shredded paper.
Close-up image of shredded paper.
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National Exchange Bank & Trust will be hosting a free "Shred Day." This is an opportunity to dispose of documents containing confidential, personal information, in a secure method, at three banking locations on Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. til noon.

Bank offices hosting a Shred Day include:

? Fond du Lac, 130 S. Main St.

? West Bend, 1320 W. Paradise Drive

? Cedar Grove, 617 S. Main St.

Community members are invited to bring in documents to be shredded on-site by Iron Mountain, a firm specializing in secure shredding and information management solutions. Only paper items will be shredded. Due to our partnership with the shredding company and limited truck space, please limit this community service shredding to non-business items only and no more than that equal to one large garbage bag.

For more information about the Shred Day, contact National Exchange Bank & Trust at 921-7700.

National Exchange Bank & Trust is an independent bank with 27 locations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. For more information, visit the bank Website at www.nebat.com

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