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Document Shredding Fundraiser Hosted by Northeast Data Destruction
Date:5/8/2013

Plainville, Massachusetts 02762 (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

Northeast Data Destruction, a division of Miller Recycling Corporation, will be hosting their first document shredding fundraiser event.

Randy Miller, Company President, will open the doors to Northeast Data Destruction - their NAID “AAA” Certified processing facility to the public for one day of document shredding. All documents will be shredded on site and then 100% recycled. 50% of proceeds will benefit the VHL Family Alliance.

Northeast Data Destruction is welcoming all residents and businesses to bring their confidential documents to be shredded by a NAID Certified company. For this one day all file boxes will be shredded for a fee of $3.00 per standard or legal storage boxes. Loading docks will be available for large quantities, for more information please call: Maria at 1-800-783-6766 ext. 111.

When: May 18, 2013
Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: 12 High Street Plainville, MA 02762
Uncovering a cure for VHL is dependent on your financial support.
We hope that you will join us in curing VHL and other forms of Cancer!

All shredding will be performed within 48 hours of delivery. Actual witnessing of shredding can be scheduled on an alternate day and time.

Why support the VHL Family Alliance (VHLFA):
To uncover a cure for cancer - research is essential! The VHLFA is actively engaged in funding research to get us closer to that date. Since the VHL Gene controls the major feeding pipeline of every tumor; finding a cure for VHL brings us one step closer to uncovering the cure for many other forms of cancer. VHL research has already led to the discovery of eight approved treatments for other forms of cancer.'/>"/>

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