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Monson Savings Bank is Hosting a FREE Shred Day on Saturday, June 15th at Monson Branch

Monson Savings Bank is Hosting a FREE Shred Day on Saturday, June 15th at Monson Branch

Monson Savings Bank is excited to announce they will be hosting a FREE Community Shred Day on Saturday, June 15th, from 9am – 12pm at the Bank’s Monson Branch, 146 Main Street, Monson. As in past years, Monson Savings Bank is partnering with PROSHRED of Wilbraham for this event. The Bank will be welcoming the public to dispose of their private documents onsite. All are welcome.

Storing documents that contain personal information in your home can pose a major security risk. Monson Savings Bank is encouraging residents to shred any documents they no longer need, especially those that contain private information. Monson Savings Bank’s FREE Community Shred Day is a perfect opportunity to properly discard unwanted documents, such as tax returns, bank or credit card statements, bills, medical records, and more.

“Protecting the personal information of our customers and community members is a top priority at Monson Savings Bank,” said Dan Moriarty, President & CEO of Monson Savings Bank. “Our entire team works diligently to keep personal information secure and safe. We are happy to extend additional protection to our customers with a free Shred Day, allowing them to dispose of their sensitive documents in a secure way.”

Monson Savings Bank’s FREE Shred Day, when and where:

Saturday, June 15th, 9AM – 12PM
Monson Savings Bank’s Monson Branch
146 Main Street, Monson, MA 01057

Prepackaged refreshments and giveaways will be available, while supplies last.

Monson Savings Bank understands the importance of protecting personal information. They hope to educate and protect the public with events, like Community Shred Days, and through the Bank’s frequently updated Safety and Security blog. These learning opportunities and reminders help everyone stay vigilant when it comes to protecting private information. Visit Monson Savings Bank’s Safety and Security blog to learn more.

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