Manassas Partners to Hosts Community Shred Day

Manassas Partners to Hosts Community Shred Day

Manassas Partners to Hosts Community Shred Day
Cars patiently wait in line.

The Manassas Campus held its first Community Shred Day hosted by NBC4 and Allstate Insurance Company. The event was held December 12, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The cars started lining up at 7:00 a.m. from Battlefield Parkway and Sudley Road. Over 800 cars visited the Campus to dispose of their materials. There was a five-box maximum.

Manassas also had a food drive sponsored by ACTS and Northern Virginia Family Services (NVFS), where they collected 1,117 pounds of food. Tremendous support came from Prince William County Police and NOVA Police. Virginia Department of Transportation also provided signage advertising the event, as well as directional signage. There were plenty of volunteers and staff to help people unload their materials from their vehicles. All and all, it was a very successful event, and the Manassas Campus looks forward to hosting more in the future.

Manassas Partners to Hosts Community Shred Day
Volunteers for the Community Shred Day held at the Manassas Campus and hosted by NBC4 and Allstate.
Manassas Partners to Hosts Community Shred Day
Communications Specialist Deborah Campbell, Prince William County Solid Waste Division; NBC4 Community Affairs Manager Kerwin Speight; and Manassas Campus and Community Relations Specialist Ramunda Young.

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