Honor Credit Union’s Decatur branch community shred day: May 10, 2014

ST. JOSEPH, MI (April 29, 2014) —  Honor Credit Union’s Decatur branch location will host a Community Shred Day on Saturday May 10.  Both members and non-members are invited to bring their confidential paper to the Decatur branch location to be safely and securely shredded, for free!  The time of the community shred will be between 9am and 12pm.  A focus of Honor in 2014 is an environmentally conscious initiative to go paperless.  Community Shred Days provide a free and secure option for the community to join Honor’s initiative and dispose of their confidential documents.

As with all seven Community Shred Days that Honor Credit Union will host in 2014, the Decatur shred is open to the entire community, members and non-members alike.  The first Community Shred Day of 2014 was at Honor’s Stevensville branch, and 4800 pounds of paper was shredded!  Honor is challenging the Decatur community to beat that number!  Kent Record Management is the document destruction company that will host all seven Community Shred Days, and keeping in line with Honor’s e-strategy to go paperless, all shred collected is securely recycled.  Participants are asked to limit the bags/boxes/bins that they bring in to be shredded to 10.  There is no need to sign up in advance.

Honor Credit Union is proud to serve more than 41,000 members over fourteen counties in Michigan.  Providing solutions for financial success and giving back to the communities they serve remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union.  For more information call 800.442.2800, or visit

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