TTCU Federal Credit Union’s Claremore branch will host a free Shred Day as a service to the community. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 20th at the TTCU Claremore branch at 1800 S. Hwy 66.

“We want to invite the entire Claremore community,” Claremore Branch Manager Bryan Bradley said. “You don’t need to be a member to attend.”

The Shred Day will provide the Claremore community with an easy, secure way to get rid of confidential documents. Green Country Shredding will be on-site with a mobile shredding truck. Their trucks meet the National Association for Information Destruction AAA certification guidelines for disposing of shredded material.

“Shredding confidential documents is a key way to prevent identity theft,” Senior Vice President of Information Technology Andy Tripp said. “Bank statements, ATM receipts, credit card bills and anything with financial information or your Social Security number should be shredded after it is no longer needed.”

About TTCU Federal Credit Union

TTCU is the second-largest credit union in Oklahoma with sixteen branches; six in Tulsa, two in Broken Arrow, one in Bixby, Jenks, Claremore, Miami, Muskogee, Owasso, Sapulpa and Tahlequah. Established in 1934, TTCU Federal Credit Union is a $1.9 billion credit union serving more than 130,000 members who are educationally affiliated, including students and their families as well as hundreds of Select Employee Groups in NE Oklahoma with a full complement of depository, lending and financial advisory services. TTCU is federally insured by the NCUA.