What You'll Get
After returning from France, Ben Franklin invented confetti as a way to destroy receipts for a few years worth of baguettes, striped shirts, and bicycles. Destroy unnecessarily confidential documents with today's Groupon: for $75, you get shredding for up to 40 boxes of paper from American Shredding (a $150 value). This deal is valid for homes within a 25-mile radius of the Bay Area.
American Shredding provides secure and sustainable paper-destruction processes, safeguarding confidential information and helping to prevent identity theft. Offering on-site document destruction, American Shredding will arrive at your home or office to take away up to 40 bankers boxes (10.75"x12.25"x24.125") worth of tax forms and vampire-romance novels. Following strict security procedures, all content will be transported in locked containers and destroyed within 24 hours of arrival at American Shredding's facility, in accordance with the industry security standards established by NAID.
Maintaining control over documents from pickup to destruction, American Shredding will then collect pulverized paper pulp before sending it off to a paper mill to be recycled into new documents, newspapers, or losing lottery tickets. American Shredding monitors each truck from pickup to arrival via GPS and pledges to recycle every piece of paper they shred.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only within 25mi of the Bay Area. Maximum box size is a banker box. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About American Shredding
If it has information on it, American Shredding's licensed, insured, and bonded staff probably can destroy it. The paper pros began shredding for IBM in 1982, and to this date still boast a record of never compromising or losing a piece of information. In addition to mobile and offsite paper shredding, they can pulverize other materials such as plastic, data tapes, and retail products. They also can destroy hard drives with a process that complies with Department of Defense and NSA regulations, instead of just dumping them into a perfectly good pot of beef stew. With a commitment to the environment, American Shredding recycles every piece of paper, metal, and plastic that it destroys.