ShipOnSite & Shred Alert Complete Free Shredding Service as a Community Service & Customer Appreciation Event

‘ShipOnSite’ in partnership with ‘Shred Alert’ Document Destruction services completed a ‘FREE’ paper shredding event today, June 24th, 2016. This event was held as part of our Customer Appreciation and as a Community Service by ShipOnSite and ShredAlert.

We had a very good ‘turn-out’ from our customers and from the community as a whole. Approximately 1,000 lbs of paper was shredded in the 3 hour span of this event. That’s shredded paper that will not hit our land fills and will be recycled into something useful; and just as important, it protects from Identify Theft!

Thank you for all who came out and participated in this event. A ‘Special Thank You’ to our shredding partner Shred Alert Document Destruction (the only locally owned Shredding Company in the Grand Strand) for always taking care of our ShredOnSite services at ShipOnSite and for offering their services in this event.

Frank Espinal, BA, MBA
Owner & General Manager
ShipOnSite

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ShipOnSite Featured in Waccamaw Publisher’s 2016 Progress Edition

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ShipOnSite was featured in the Waccamaw Publisher’s 2016 Progress Edition.  Our story was circulated throughout the Grand Strand via the Myrtle Beach Herald, The Carolina Chronicle and The Horry Independent, the week of May 23rd, 2016.   The article titled; “Military experience helped Espinal build ShipOnSite”; talks about how owner Frank Espinal’s military deployments helped him grow a business he built up during one of the worst recessions in U.S. history.

FREE Paper Shredding Event June 24th, 2016 ~ Sponsored by ShipOnSite & Shred Alert

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‘ShipOnSite’ in partnership with ‘Shred Alert’ Document Destruction services announces a ‘FREE’ paper shredding event on June 24th. We are holding this event as part of our Customer Appreciation and as a Community Service.

This event is being held with our business friend and partner ‘Shred Alert’. It will take place on June 24th, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 Noon in our South Park Centre parking lot, located on 8703 Hwy 17 Bypass South, Surfside Beach, SC 29575 (next to the Bonefish Grill).

We ask for a two box maximum ~ so if you can carry it ~ we’ll ‘ShredOnSite’ it for you! We look forward to seeing you on the 24!

Free Paper Shredding – Customer & Community Appreciation

ShipOnSite will be hosting a “Free Paper Shredding” event as part of its Customer & Community Appreciation on Friday, June 24th, 2016 from 9 a.m. – 12 noon.  The event will be held at the ShipOnSite parking lot in Surfside Beach, SC 29575.   We ask that a maximum of two boxes be brought; so if you can carry it….we’ll shred it!

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Voyaging Veterinarians Dragon Boat Team Photo

The Voyaging Veterinarians Dragon Boat Team photo from the 8th Annual Dragon Boat Festival, which supports the Ground Zero Non-Profit Organization.   This Dragon Boat Team raised nearly $4,000 and came in 4th overall; beating out nearly 38 other Dragon Boat Teams.   Any guesses as to where ShipOnSite owner ‘Mr. Frank’ is in the photos?

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ShipOnSite participates in Dragon Boat Race in support of Ground Zero Foundation

ShipOnSite owner Frank Espinal joins the Voyaging Veterinarians (Carolina Forest Veterinarian Hospital) boat crew at the Dragon Boat Races at the Market Commons. This was a fund raising event for the Ground Zero Foundation.  Our boat team of 17 rowers led by Team Captain Dr. Kevin Kristick, raised more than $3,000.00 for the Ground Zero Foundation.  We also made the ‘A’ Heat Finals for having one of the top 4 fastest times during the preliminary heats!  Can you guess where Mr. Frank is in these photos? Whoop-whoop-woof!!!!

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Myrtle Beach Shipping Store Makes Local News

 

Dr. Kevin Kristick of Carolina Forest Veterinary Hospital and Verlon Wulf Owner of Carolina Cool, along with Frank Espinal, Owner of ShipOnSite of Myrtle Beach, have answered the call on the need of transporting more than 300 gallons of water to Flint, Michigan. All three covered the cost of the shipment to the devastated area in Michigan. ShipOnSite palletized and freight shipped the water via its CrateOnSite & FreightOnSite services.  Our efforts made the local WMBF News:

Horry County woman to receive help transporting water to Flint, Michigan

Shipping Myrtle BeachNORTH MYRTLE BEACH (WMBF) – An Horry County woman who collected over 300 gallons of water to help those in Flint, Mich., now has some assistance in getting it to the residents of the hard-hit community.

Frank Espinal, owner of Myrtle Beach’s ShipOnSite, said his company will handle the shipping at no cost.

“We are all subject to disasters, whether man made or a natural one,” Espinal said. “It is what needs to be done, to help those that are affected by it.”

Espinal added that the cost for shipping the water will be divided by ShipOnSite, Carolina Cool and Dr. Kevin Kristick of Carolina Forest Veterinary Hospital.

An exact date for when the water will be shipped has not yet been decided.

Crystal Black was the area resident who packed over 300 gallons of water to go to the Michigan city. It was purchased through donations from her church and her coworkers at a local Wal-Mart.

Black ultimately needed some help to move the clean water to Flint.

“We have a lot of water but how are we going to get it to Flint?” she previously asked.

When Black learned that the city’s water supply had been contaminated by lead, she immediately wanted to help.

“I watched the news one day and just seeing these kids sick, breaking out in rashes, and people dying,” said Black. “I never know when it could be me or my children in the situation, and I said I’ve got to do something.”

Black said that once she kicked it off with the first ten cases, her efforts did not go unnoticed once she shared her plan.

“I reached out to all of my church peers, my coworkers, and just shared the information of what I was trying to do and my vision,” she said

Once Black talked about her mission, she found out she had a coworker that had friends in Flint and didn’t hesitate to help.

“After I donated the first 10 cases, he donated 100 cases of water,” explained Black.

Water is still being collected through the end of the month. Donations can be dropped off at the Macedonia A.M.E Church. That address is 4652 Little River Kneck Rd., in North Myrtle Beach.

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