Inspirational North Texas business owner shredding stereotypes
From WFAA, some may see it as busy work but Chad knows what he does is so much more. He takes pride in protecting his customers from the very real threat of identity theft.

From time to time, we are proud to be featured in various publications.

ESBA_aAs a member of the Euless Small Business Association Chad had the opportunity to present Euless Police Chief Michael Brown with a tribute to Officer David Hofer called an “Officer’s Helping Hand” at the Euless City Council Meeting on June 14. The contribution to the Euless Police Benevolent Association was in the amount of $554 signifying Officer Hofer’s badge number and is intended for police officers to use during their daily patrols for special situations.



Northeast Tarrant’s Hometown Heroes Annual Luncheon recently celebrated more than 40 local Hometown Heroes from right here in Northeast Tarrant County. Over 400 luncheon attendees along with memorable co-hosts Super Bowl XXX MVP, Larry Brown & Channel 8 Meteorologist, Colleen Coyle came out to honor our Hometown Heroes.

Area cities, health care associations, educational institutions and non-profit organizations each nominate Hometown Heroes and submit them to the Northeast Tarrant Chamber. Each nominee, in addition to a chosen returning veteran and fallen soldier, was then honored at the Hometown Hero luncheon that was held at the Radisson Hotel Fort Worth Fossil Creek.

North Texas SNAP, Inc. was lucky to nominate the Turners (Larry, Marlene, and Chad), a wonderful Hometown Hero Family who contribute tirelessly on behalf of the citizens in Northeast Tarrant County and North Texas SNAP, Inc. Here is more about them…

Larry, Marlene and Chad have been members of North Texas SNAP since 2001, graciously supporting the organization’s mission in the community and always ready to help! Marlene served on the board of directors for 11 years and currently serves on the Boots & Bling Committee, Larry serves on the Golf Classic Committee, and both volunteer their time in other areas for the organization as well. Chad currently serves on the board of directors as an ambassador for North Texas SNAP, volunteers at events and provides shredding services through his business Chad’s Shred N’ Service. The Turners are a family that gives back and pays it forward with their time and talents, making them North Texas SNAP’s Hometown Heroes.

Hometown Heroes was the “don’t miss” event of the year and everybody attending left the event feeling a little more inspired!

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KTVT profiled Chad in 2006.  Just as we were starting out.




Chad at Suite 2801 Vendor Fair

Award - Chop'n Shop

We were honored to receive the 2008 Texas Festivals and Events Association Best Sponsor Award for our work at Arbor Daze.

In 2006, we were featured in the Fort Worth Star Telegram!