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Over 10,000 lbs. of Paper Shredded
Halley Fleming
May 03 2011

Consumer fraud and identity theft are becoming an epidemic for those in the United States. To raise awareness and to promote prevention, Branson Bank teamed up with Cintas, a document shredding company, to provide individuals and businesses in Taney and Stone Counties the opportunity to professionally shred old financial documents free of charge.  

On Earth Day, Branson Bank staff members helped to shred over 10,000 lbs. of old financial documents from those in the community. Whether it is small business documents or personal paper documents that you no longer need and want to safely dispose of, count on Branson Bank to provide this service annually on Earth Day! 

“Lending a helping hand to those in the community is our culture at Branson Bank,” said Halley Fleming, Director of Marketing at Branson Bank. “Participants were very grateful for the service and we will continue provide safe and secure shredding opportunities in the future.”

Cintas provided the shredding service and White River Valley Electric provided energy efficient light bulbs as a gift to everyone who recycled on April 22nd.

Branson Bank staff members stop to pose for a picture Peter Connolly, Credit Analyst and Bill Jones, President.

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