Mississippi agencies and businesses host Community Shred Day

Attorney General Jim Hood, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, Cintas, Magnolia Data Solutions, BancorpSouth,ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions (formerly CredAbility), President/CEO John O'Hara of the Better Business Bureau, and Mississippi State University Extension Service are pleased to announce Mississippi's EIGHTH Community Shred Day. Please see dates, times and locations below.

The purpose of Shred Day is to promote consumer protection and awareness of identity theft, one of the fastest growing crimes in the country and the state. You are invited to bring up to FIVE BAGS OR BOXES of your sensitive documents to be shredded free of charge. Bring your old computers, laptops, cell phones, printers, etc. to the Jackson location only. No businesses, please.


FRIDAY, MARCH 07, 2014

7:30a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


6325 I-55 North

Jackson, MS 39213


3929 North Gloster Street

Tupelo, Ms 38804



7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


2400 Hwy 19 North

Meridian MS 39305


3101 Hardy Street

Hattiesburg MS 39401


50 Halls Ferry Park Rd.

Vicksburg MS 39180


3615 Sangani Blvd

D1Iberville, MS 39540

The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, the Leadership Council on Aging, Mississippi Department of Human Services Division of Aging and Adult Services, and other Mississippi Consumer Education Partnership members are also sponsors.

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