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Business news from around South Jersey.

by Staff

PROSHRED, a West Berlin-based company delivering document-destruction services for information security, just celebrated its ninth anniversary and added another truck to its mobile-information-destruction fleet. The company can now also shred paper documents and hard drives in the same visit to ensure increased privacy of sensitive information.

Camden’s Volunteer UP Legal Clinic is honoring the memory of Chris Bruner, a Cherry Hill resident who passed suddenly last December, by establishing the annual Chris Bruner Estate Planning Seminar. The program will be held every October during Estate Planning Month, in honor of the American Construction co-owner’s generosity and compassion for his community.

To celebrate last month’s National Small Business Week, The Enterprise Center of New Jersey and Wells Fargo hosted a free educational luncheon for local business owners at the Salvation Army Camden Kroc Center. The event awarded five randomly selected attendees with The Enterprise Center’s “Business Accelerator Toolkit,” which includes a laptop, Microsoft Office products, QuickBooks subscription and training, as well as a check for $1,000.

Samaritan’s annual golf tournament Drive FORE! A Good Cause will take place Monday, June 26, at Marlton’s Little Mill Country Club. Registration opens at 10 a.m., with a shotgun start at 11:15 a.m. All proceeds from the event will support the nonprofit’s comprehensive suite of services, which benefit seriously ill patients and their families, as well as those grieving a loss.