The DeClutter Coach Teams up with Jay-K Lumber and ConfiData for a Free Shred Day as Part of the 12th Annual “Get Organized Month”
Deb Cabral, The DeClutter Coach, announces today that in celebration of “GO Month” (Get Organized Month), she will be teaming up with JAY-K Lumber and Confidata to hold a Shred Day on Monday, January 18, 2016 from 9:00-11:00 am. The event is FREE and will be open to the public. It will be held right at JAY-K on Seneca Turnpike in New Hartford.
Individuals can bring up to five boxes of confidential documents or other paperwork that they need to dispose of and have it shred right in front of them by Confidata’s mobile shred truck. Confidata will accept all types of office paper, file folders, old bills, junk mail, envelopes and other documents that contain sensitive information. No newsprint, magazines, binders or plastic report covers, please.
“Paper clutter is something we see over and over with both our residential and corporate clients,” shares Deb, “if you have not looked at the papers in years, if you have moved a box of paper from house to house without even opening it or if your house is just overly cluttered with paper, it’s time to go through it and get RID OF IT! Our event provides an easy drive-up and drive-away opportunity to dispose of up to FIVE boxes of paperwork securely and quickly.”
GO Month is a national effort by the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) of which Deb is an active member. NAPO is the premier national association dedicated to the field of organizing and is dedicated to providing its members education, networking, industry resources and also to promoting the profession to the public. www.napo.net
NAPO has promoted GO Month each January to coincide with the common New Year’s resolution to get organized. During GO Month, NAPO professional organizers and productivity specialists across the country host events in their communities to empower individuals, families, businesses and organizations to regain control over their surroundings, time and possessions. By sharing proven organizing and productivity techniques and principles, NAPO members help people save time, save money and reduce stress.