Plenty of people were out on Tuesday morning getting their documents shredded.
To make up for Monday's Shred-A-Thon ending early in Danville, we will have extra hours on Tuesday at the same location.
People in Christiansburg know how to shred and Monday they broke a record doing it with 105,000 pounds shredded at the WSLS 10 Kodiak Shredding Shred-A-Thon.
Until 2 p.m. on Monday, stop by the Schewels, at 1055 Peppers Ferry Road in Christiansburg.
There were no tricks at Monday's Shred-A-Thon in Lynchburg but being able to declutter is a treat for many of the people who came out.
Monday marked WSLS 10's first Shred-A-Thon event of the fall season.
Catch us on Monday, November 21 at Schewels at 3602 Ferncliff Avenue in Roanoke.
The WSLS 10 Shred-A-Thon is back and coming to five cities in five weeks, helping to secure the identity of thousands in the region.
The final stop of the WSLS 10 Kodiak Shredding Shred-A-Thon wrapped up Monday afternoon and broke a record.
Monday's final Shred-A-Thon event has shredded the most paper yet.
Lynchburg came out in force for the fourth stop of the WSLS 10 Kodiak Shred-A-Thon on Monday.
Identity theft is a growing issue. Throughout the month of May, WSLS 10 and Kodiak Shredding are teaming up to help fight it.
"He had 30 boxes of paper. He can't throw it away, we have to have it shredded. We have to witness it being shredded."
Shredding is one easy way residents can help protect their identity from being stolen, and these events can save folks some money too.
19,000 pounds of paper were safely shredded at Monday's first Shred-A-Thon event of 2015.
"The first time I had so much already boxed. Then I decided I needed to clean out more," Epperly explained.
At Monday's first Shred-A-Thon event, 300 vehicles brought over 10,000 pounds of documents to be shredded to Virginia Furniture Market in Rocky Mount.
The response has been enormous. A clear sign people in Southwest Virginia are concerned about identity theft.
Shredding will start at 6 a.m. and continue until 2 p.m. Monday. So far, more than 112,000 lbs have been shredded at the location in Roanoke.
John Martin is on a mission. He unloaded boxes of papers for his son at the WSLS 10 Kodiak Shredding Shred-A-Thon in Christiansburg Monday.
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