GOOD MORNING DELMARVA - Lower Shore Enterprises will host a free community "Shred Day" on Friday, April 25, 2014 between noon and 5:00 p.m. at the Bank of Delmarva at 2727 North Salisbury Boulevard.
LSE, which provides employment opportunities for individuals with disABILITIES™, offers a certified document destruction service that serves major companies and organizations in the region. The Shred Day is LSE's way to give back to the community while making potential new customers aware of the service.
"With the rise of identity theft, it's more important than ever to properly destroy sensitive information," said Luis A. Luna, CEO of Lower Shore Enterprises.
Luna said the LSE Document Destruction service meets all federal and state privacy regulations. "The National Association for Information Destruction gives us its AAA certification, the highest standard in the industry," he noted. "That's why we are trusted to handle some of the most confidential information in our region today, from PRMC, McCready Hospital, Cadista, TGM Group and Avery Hall Insurance, just to name a few."
LSE's state-of-the-art document destruction truck will be on site. LSE clients, all of whom are bonded and insured, will destroy documents on the spot. They will also give a small token of appreciation for those who bring material to be shredded.
While the Shred Day event is free, LSE will accept donations to support its mission of providing employment for individuals with disABILITIES™.
The award-winning Lower Shore Enterprises provides meaningful work for individuals with disABILITIES™. It offers pre-employment training, job coaching and life skills classes, then helps place individuals in competitive jobs in the local workforce. It also hires and pays weekly wages for persons to do small parts assembly, mailings, custodial and document destruction work. The goal is to give individuals greater self-esteem, increased independence, and opportunities to be contributing members of the community. Lower Shore Enterprises serves residents of Dorchester, Somerset, Sussex, Wicomico and Worcester Counties.