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Nashville Community Shred Day Set for April 21


Protect yourself, fight crime and be GREEN at the same time!!

Community Shred Day
Saturday, April 21, 2012
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Tennessee State Fairgrounds, 500 Wedgewood Avenue

Take the first step in protecting yourself from identity theft crimes. Your old personal documents will be instantly destroyed by a Shred-it high speed, mobile, cross shredder.

All shredded material will be recycled so you will also help protect the environment!

All proceeds from your $5 per box donation will benefit Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc., a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, that is working with local law enforcement to solve serious crimes in your community.

ALL DONATIONS GO DIRECTLY TO OUR REWARD FUND! Receipts will be made available for your tax deductible donation.

Nashville Crime Stoppers’ community partner for this great event is Shred-It, the world’s leading on-site document destruction company.


The improper use of prescription medication should be a concern to everyone. Metro police officers will be on site to collect the prescription medications that you no longer need and we will properly dispose of them to protect our environment.

Metro Nashville Police Department’s Auto Theft Unit Offers VIN Etching

The MNPD’s Auto Theft Unit will be teaming up with Crime Stoppers for VIN etching during this year’s event at LP Field. These etchings will be performed free with a $10 donation to Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc.

VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch your vehicle identification number (VIN) into every window of your vehicle and is used as an anti-theft deterrent. It not only provides law enforcement with easy access to your VIN number in the unlikely event your car is stolen, it also provides identification of your car if it happens to be sold for parts. For more information on the VIN etching, please contact the Auto Theft Unit, 615-862-7612 or 615-862-7609.