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ALLDATA SHREDDING Celebrates Fifth Anniversary With 'A' Grade From Clients
Date:11/26/2007

SEATTLE, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- ALLDATA SHREDDING INC., the leading Pacific Northwest information security firm specializing in information destruction, observes its five-year anniversary tomorrow. The closely-held, family-owned and operated company commemorates the following milestones:

-- Five years in operation with zero security breaches.

-- An overall performance rating of 96 out of 100 by clients, per Dun &

Bradstreet's Open Ratings. Certified by Dun & Bradstreet's Open

Ratings as a Top 20% Performer relative to similar companies.

-- First firm in the Pacific Northwest to earn National Association for

Information Destruction AAA Certification with Endorsements for Hard

Drive, Micromedia, and Document Destruction.

"We wish to thank our clients for continuing to choose us for our responsiveness, the convenience of our services, and the proven protection that we provide. We thank our personnel for their deep commitment to our clients, day-in and day-out. Five years ago, our first clients decided to place their trust in a family who merged their various professional backgrounds into a vision of the future for their clients and themselves. We intend to maintain the high standards that have set us apart from the rest," emphasizes Bart Pestarino, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of ALLDATA SHREDDING INC.

The firm provides routinely-scheduled services to companies and governmental agencies, as well as one-time purge service to companies, governmental agencies, and individuals. The firm also provides vertical-market-specific solutions for hi-tech, bio-tech, manufacturing, healthcare, legal and financial services. ALLDATA SHREDDING INC. is a Lighthouse Document Technologies Strategic Partner and Symantec Registered Partner. For more information about ALLDATA SHREDDING INC., visit http://www.alldatashredding.com or call 1
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