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Allegiance Credit Union Releases Dates for 2015 Shred Days
Monday, June 8, 2015 6:50 AM

Allegiance Credit Union (ACU) has released the dates for its 2015 Shred Days. Members of the credit union and residents of the surrounding communities are invited to drop off up to five standard sized boxes of paper records, statements, and files for destruction and recycling. The following events will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.:

  • June 20
    Edmond Branch
    1925 S. Kelly
      
  • September 19
    South Branch
    12200 S. Western Ave.

Partnering with MIDCON Data Services, ACU is committed to protecting its members from identity theft and fraud while preserving natural resources and promoting recycling. Once the paper is shredded, it is then transported to a recycling center where it is processed into various paper products.

“As a financial institution, it is imperative that we illustrate to our members and our communities the proper way of discarding personal documentation," said ACU President and CEO Lynette Leonard. "Events like these give people the opportunity to get involved and, at the same time, do their part in helping our environment. We also encourage our current members to sign up for e-statements—a program that saves paper by allowing statements to be viewed and managed online."

Allegiance Credit Union, formally Federal Employees Credit Union (FECU), was chartered in February 1963 under the Oklahoma State Banking Laws. It was originally located in the basement of the Federal Courthouse and then moved into the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. April 19, 1995 changed lives drastically as the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building had been bombed and 33 employees drastically turned into 15.

In February 2002, Federal Employees Credit Union became a community charter, allowing membership from the six counties surrounding Oklahoma City; thus changing the name to Allegiance Credit Union on May 1, 2003. Allegiance Credit Union continues to grow in asset size, membership, and branch locations. The legacy of FECU, the restoration, and continued growth as Allegiance Credit Union makes members and employees alike, proud to be credit union people.

For more information on ACU’s Shred Days or Allegiance Credit Union, visit www.allegiancecu.org.