Those in the community can shred documents Saturday morning and help the Ram Club raise money for CSU student-athlete scholarships
March 17, 2010
By Andrew Woerpel
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Professional Document Management, a new corporate partner with CSU Athletics, recently came up with a way to raise student-athlete scholarship funds for the Ram Club.
PDM will hold its inaugural “Raising Green for Our Team” shred-a-thon this Saturday, from 7-11 a.m., at its Fort Collins offices, 1133 Riverside, near the intersection of Lemay and Riverside. To raise funds, PDM, as it always does, will be securely destroying and recycling confidential papers for the community. All profits raised during the shred-a-thon will be donated by PDM to the Ram Club.
PDM was established in 2001 and is a locally owned and operated full-service document management company. The organization economically offers all of the services a consumer and/or business may need to securely manage its records and other information.
The Ram Club is composed of alumni, friends and fans of Colorado State University and each dollar raised through the Ram Club directly supports athletic scholarships that are awarded to more than 400 student-athletes participating in 16 varsity sports.
Members of the community are encouraged to support PDM as it continues its relationship with the Ram Club Saturday at the shred-a-thon.
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