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Freebie Friday: Protect your identity and enjoy sweet treats

Krispy Kreme is offering a free dozen glazed doughnuts on Monday, April 28. Krispy Kreme is offering a free dozen glazed doughnuts on Monday, April 28.
After tax season, take this time to protect your identity and get rid of clutter. After tax season, take this time to protect your identity and get rid of clutter.

(WMC) – WMC Action News 5's Lindsey Brown shows you how to protecting your identity without paying a dime and a sweet treat for this Freebie Friday.

Krispy Kreme is offering a free dozen glazed doughnuts on Monday, April 28. It's their hero appreciation day. The idea is to share your free dozen with someone you respect or admire such as a teacher, boss, or law enforcement. Be sure to check with your local store to see if they are participating. Click here for more information: http://www.krispykreme.com/heroday

If you haven't been to the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art now is the time to go for free. Saturday is Macy's Community Day featuring the museum's Salvador Dali exhibit. Dali is a famous Spanish painter known for his surrealist work and wacky mustache.

There will be hands-on art making activities and artist demonstrations. The museum galleries will be open and free. Click here for more information: http://www.brooksmuseum.org/Default.aspx?p=68375&evtid=184578:4/26/2014 

It's spring cleaning time and the Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South is bringing you a free shredding event. On Saturday, April 26, just go to the Commercial Appeal parking lot. After tax season, take this time to protect your identity and get rid of clutter. The event is being held from 9 a.m. until noon.

For more information, call the Better Business Bureau 901-759-1300, or 800-222-8754 or go to: http://www.bbb.org/memphis. Look at the right bottom corner for "Secure Your ID Day."

Do you know of a local business that would want to participate in Lindsey's Freebie Friday segment? Send an e-mail to her at lindseybrown@wmctv.com or contact her via Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/LindseyNews.

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