The Coldwell Banker Buffalo Grove office located at 350 Half Day Road in Buffalo Grove is hosting a free community shredding event on May 12th 2011 . Community members in the Buffalo Grove area can bring their boxes of personal documents to shred from 10am to 1pm in the Coldwell Banker parking lot.
For information about how long you are required to keep certain type of records- http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/money/personal-investing/conquer-the-paper-piles/overview/index.htm
I look forward to seeing you on May 12th in the Coldwell Banker Office parking lot.
This Coldwell Banker event is open to the public and the shredding service is free of charge. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me at 847-602-5435.
If you would like more information about real estate Chicago Northwest Suburbs,including Buffalo Grove Long Grove,, Lincolnshire, Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich and the surrounding suburbs, please do not hesitate to call Judy Greenberg of Coldwell Banker at 847-602-5435 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Judy's websites, www.movetolonggrove.com , www.buffalogroveareahomes.com, and www.vernonhills-homes-for-sale.com will provide you all the information regardless as to whether you are a potential buyer or seller
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