BRYANT BANK HOSTS FREE SHRED DAY IN FOLEY
FOLEY, ALABAMA – Bryant Bank has announced the details for a free document shred day for Thursday, June 8 at their Foley office. The event is free and open to the public between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Bryant Bankers will be grilling and serving hotdogs and hamburgers to anyone who attends.
The documents will be shredded on-site and later used for recycling after the event. These documents would typically end up in a local landfill if thrown in the garbage. In addition to reducing landfill waste, the proper disposal of these documents is always important in preventing identity theft.
“As a community leader in Alabama, Bryant Bank is pleased to host our Community Shred Day at our Bryant Bank Foley office. Please stop by and drop off your confidential documents to be disposed of the proper way. Gilmore, a local, professional secure document destruction company will provide all shredding services on-site,” says Greg Strachan, Bryant Bank President for Baldwin County.
“We will also have our Bryant Bank Tailgater Trailer present with our grill fired up and our Bryant Bankers serving lunch which is always a great time.”
The Bryant Bank Foley office is located off highway 59, just south of the South Baldwin Regional Medical Center.
To learn more about the event, follow the Bryant Bank Facebook page. Founded in 2005 by Paul W. Bryant, Jr., Bryant Bank’s vision is to see every Alabamian experience a financially stable future and live in a thriving community. Bryant Bankers put care into action to help Alabamians invest in their full potential every day. The Bank offers 18 branches in five Alabama markets – The Huntsville area, the Birmingham area, Tuscaloosa, Mobile, and Baldwin County, and employs over 290 people.