The company has grown to SIX employees and hundreds of customers.

Our story begins when Kent Curtis, along with partners John Sowards and Wade Jackson develop The Parkway Storage Center, a self-storage facility in Orem, Ut. After sucessfully developing and managing this facility Kent noticed that many tenants were businesses storing boxes of records. His curiosity led him to realize that many businesses had too many records and not enough space. This led to the creating of Utah Valley Records Management, a company specializing in the storage scanning and shredding needs of Utah County businesses. His success led to growth in the Salt Lake Valley and in 2010 the company changed its name to Deep Seven Archive & Shred.

The company has grown to four employees and hundreds of customers. We are proud of the work we've done.