Attorney General Jim Hood, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, Shred-it, President/CEO John O’Hara of the Better Business Bureau, BancorpSouth, CredAbility (formerly The Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Jackson), and Mississippi State University Extension Service are pleased to announce Mississippi's SEVENTH Community Shred Day.  The purpose of the event 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 5 bags of your sensitive documents to be shredded for free.


Friday, March 8, 2013: 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Home Depot

6325 I-55 North, Jackson, MS 39213

Walmart Supercenter

3929 North Gloster St., Tupelo, MS 38804


Saturday, March 9, 2013: 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

BancorpSouth Bank

3101 Hardy St., Hattiesburg, MS 39401

Home Depot

50 Halls Ferry Park Rd., Vicksburg, MS 39180

Walmart Supercenter

  • 1733 2nd Street South, Meridian, MS 39301
  • 3615 Sangani Blvd., D’Iberville, 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.

Limit 5 bags or boxes per person.  NO BUSINESSES PLEASE.



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Just wanted to say thank you to the great group of folks who ran the Shred It event in D'Iberville. They did a really super job & were very helpful and personable. THANKS!

We need a "Shred it day" in Tupelo, please!!!!

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