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NJBiz Finalist

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Area Business Owner A Finalist
In Third Annual
NJBIZ ‘Business of the Year Awards’ Competition

Winners To Be Announced on December 3

WEST DEPTFORD, NJ (October 31, 2008)—Keith DiMarino, President of DocuVault Delaware Valley, LLC (DDV), was named a finalist recently in the NJBIZ Business of the Year Awards Competition in the category of Corporate Citizen of the Year.

Through the awards, NJBIZ honors businesses and business leaders who have made significant contributions to the growth, strength and success of the state of New Jersey. Winners in each of six categories will be announced during the third annual NJBIZ Business of the Year gala December 3, 2008 at The Palace at Somerset Park, Somerset, NJ.

According to NJBIZ, finalists are a select group of companies and individuals who have achieved notable success and demonstrated strong leadership in and commitment to both their industries and their communities.

Raised in Woodbury, NJ, DiMarino lives close to his business in West Deptford today and is active in the community. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Woodbury Olde City Restoration Committee (WORC) as vice president. He is also a member of The Executive Network of Southern New Jersey as well as the Philadelphia Business Leaders Alliance (PBLA).

A graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, DiMarino began his professional career as a district vice president for Denver, Colorado-based DocuVault, a records management and data vaulting company. In June, DiMarino took control of DDV by buying out the Denver company’s stake.

Established in 2001, DDV provides shredding, storage, media vaulting, and scanning to customers in the Delaware Valley.

More About the NJBIZ Business of the Year Awards.

Eligible nominees for the awards must be for-profit entities headquartered in New Jersey.

Finalists were selected in the following categories:

* Business of the Year (1-50, 51-100, and 101+ employees)
* Emerging Business of the Year
* Executive of the Year
* Corporate Citizen of the Year

The following people served as an independent panel of judges to choose the finalists: Jim Barrood of Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dr. Mitchell Koza of the Rutgers Camden School of Business, Mark Kuehn of Gibbons, P.C., and Cynthia Osofsky of the NJEDA.

The Business of the Year Awards is a program of NJBIZ and is presented by Amper, Politziner & Mattia. It is sponsored by Wolf Block LLP, Oracle, and Rutgers School of Business—Camden.

 

       

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DocuVault Delaware Valley Buys Out Denver-Based Partner

WEST DEPTFORD, NJ (July 7, 2008)—DocuVault Delaware Valley LLC announced today the separation from its partner, DocuVault Group LLLP, Denver, Colorado, to go forth as a sole entity offering records management and information destruction services as well as business storage, data backup and shredding services to customers in NJ, eastern PA and DE.

“I am pleased to introduce DocuVault Delaware Valley LLC as a single enterprise. This strategic business move is an investment in the company’s future as well as in our customers,” said Keith S. DiMarino, President, DocuVault Delaware Valley LLC. “Going forward, we will be able to directly address changing customer needs and build new relationships. Customers will benefit from our new position of strength.”

Based in West Deptford, NJ since its establishment in 2001, DocuVault Delaware Valley (DDV) will retain its name, contact information, and employees.

“Our customers will continue to receive the same secure, convenient records management and information destruction services they’ve come to rely on from us,” said DiMarino.

The privately held enterprise has plans to enhance personalized service and conveniences, and add new services to its offerings.

“When customers call DDV, a local representative answers the telephone,” says DiMarino. “Customers can expect to be on a first name basis with their DDV representative and receive custom quotes that address their unique needs.

“In addition, we offer easy, worry-free online account access for our customers’ convenience, so that pickup and delivery requests can be accomplished in seconds with the touch of a button,” continues DiMarino. “Coming soon, customers will have access to new offerings as well that will help them free up time, make life easier, and save money.”

To ensure identity/property protection, DDV conducts employee background and drug tests, provides certificates of destruction, and complies with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and FACTA (Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act) laws.

When the life of a document ends and a customer calls for destruction, DocuVault employs a 23,000-lb. truck with a hydraulic shredder and auger compactor to destroy the paper.

A retractable bin tunnel, designed to ensure containers remain completely enclosed during the loading process, mechanically lifts a bin of paper into the truck and dumps the bin’s contents into a cutting chamber that can shred the contents of a large household trash can in less than a minute.

Next, an ‘active’ floor unloading system literally walks the shredded material out the back of the truck and directly into a bailing machine. Cameras in the shredding/storage area of the truck capture the activity that can be burned to a DVD at the customer’s request. An operator controls video monitoring remotely.

Once in the bailing machine, the shredded paper is automatically bailed and wire-wrapped, then shipped to a mill for recycling.

In addition to its pledge to privacy, the company is committed to top-notch personal service, too, according to DiMarino.

“All customer requests are a priority,” says DiMarino. “Recently, we completed a shredding project where we destroyed 100,000 patient files loaded on 42 pallets in 3 hours. Yet, we handle even the small or short notice pickup and delivery requests from storage customers as quickly as humanly possible; it’s who we are.”

The company participates in Open Shred Days across the region. Municipalities and organizations interested in learning more or arranging an Open Shred Day, contact DiMarino at 856-853-5160. DocuVault recycles 98% of all shredded material.

Customers will experience no delay or interruption in service during the shift in ownership as DDV takes over 100% of the business. The transaction was completed for an undisclosed amount.

DocuVault Delaware Valley LLC provides confidential business storage, scanning, and shredding services in New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. Banks, hospitals, law firms, and other institutions both large and small entrust DDV to manage, store, and shred records, documents, paper, and files. With today's strict HIPAA laws in effect customers can relax knowing their documents, records and files are secure and managed confidentially by industry professionals. DDV employees take pride in their customer service track record and stand ready to accommodate any need.

For more information, call DocuVault Delaware Valley at 856-853-5160, email info@docuvaultdv.com or visit www.docuvaultdv.com.

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An A+ for Effort

Greenwood Nursery School, a non-profit, cooperative preschool established in the 1950s in Woodbury Heights, was the recipient of five boxes of new toys last week. Not from Santa Claus, instead from the efforts of the parents of two of its students.

Parent Jen Dots of Woodbury Heights secured the toys—a donation from Toys R Us Corporate Offices in Wayne, NJ—while parent Keith DiMarino of West Deptford offered the resources from his company, DocuVault Delaware Valley, for the mobilization—an employee and a vehicle to pick up the toys in Wayne and deliver them to the school.

Greenwood is run by member families and staffed by professional teachers. The cooperative effort not only allows parents to share in the early classroom experience, but also gives them a hand at controlling costs—a challenging task anytime of year, particularly during the holiday season and in a down economy.

"‘Tis always the season to give back to the community, especially during lean times," said Keith DiMarino. "I believe contributions, no matter how small, are an investment in the future."

DocuVault Delaware Valley / Greenwood Nursery School
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