Security Central will host its annual Customer C.A.R.E. Day on May 12th this year. The fun spring tradition will again focus on impacting lives in our community by collecting non-perishable food for the Denver Rescue Mission and providing FREE shredding of personal paper documents and small-electronic recycling for Security Central clients.
Jordan Jackson, president of Security Central, shared, “Our Customer C.A.R.E. Day is our favorite day of the year. It brings together our passions for serving our clients and serving our community. We love seeing our clients‘ smiles as they watch their old documents and outdated electronics get processed and hauled away. We love seeing their generosity as they bring food for the hurting in our community. It is a fun and meaningful day.”
Security Central clients will enjoy FREE food, refreshments, prizes, Quick-C.A.R.E. Center tours, and security technology demonstrations. As we strive to make a positive impact on our community, customers are asked to bring donations of non-perishable food to benefit the Denver Rescue Mission. Due to the increased cost of environmental processing, we are asking that anyone who brings CRT Monitors or T.V.’s for recycling make a cash donation to the Denver Rescue Mission of $10 for each T.V./monitor up to 31” and $25 for each T.V. of 32” or larger.
The Customer Appreciation Day activities will be held at the Security Central building located at 7100 S. Clinton Street in Centennial near I-25 and Arapahoe Rd. The shredding and recycling trucks will be available from 9:00 a.m. until noon on May 12, 2018.
To ensure a positive experience for all clients, we ask our commercial customers to limit the quantity of documents and electronics that you bring to what can fit in a personal-size vehicle. Commercial box -trucks full of documents and electronics place such a load on the processing that it significantly hampers our ability to serve the hundreds of other guests.
By shredding personal documents prior to discarding them, you help reduce your risk of identity theft, so empty out those file drawers and bring your old bank statements, tax returns, and canceled checks. In addition to properly disposing of unneeded papers, we can also help you get rid of your dusty, outdated electronics. Discarded computers, printers and cell phones can all be recycled by 3R Technology Solutions, who will be on site for our event. 3R Technology Solutions removes and processes the environmentally hazardous materials from old electronic items and then recycles the remaining materials. Please note there are certain materials we cannot accept for recycling:
Most Consumer Electronics
Computers, Printers, Faxes, etc.
TV’s/Monitors (up to 31”) – $10 Donation Req’d
TV’s/Monitors (32”+) – $25 Donation Req’d.
Liquids (Paint, Thinners, etc.)
Radioactive or BioHazard Materials
Large Appliances (Refrigerators, Washers/Dryers)
Furniture or Mattresses
Mark your calendars and join us for some secure spring cleaning. We can’t wait to see you on Saturday May 12th from 9:00 to noon!