Beaumont Bank needs to file a UCC-1 financing statement to perfect its security interest in the equipment of Holt Worldwide Box Company, Inc., which serves as collateral for a $300,000 loan by virtue of a properly authenticated security agreement. Holt Worldwide Box Company, Inc. is a corporation organized under Missouri law. The equipment specified as collateral for this loan is located at the debtor's distribution center at 1000 Plaza Dr. in St. Louis, Missouri. [The debtor has two distribution centers in St. Louis, one on Plaza Dr. and the other on Manchester Rd.]

Assume that the filing office's standard search logic returns only exact matches. Which of the following financing statements would properly perfect Beaumont Bank's security interest in the collateral?

1. The UCC-1 lists the collateral as “equipment at 1100 Manchester Rd.,” identifies the Debtor as "Holt Worldwide Box Company, Inc.," and identifies the Secured Party as "Beaumont Bank."

2. The UCC-1 lists the collateral as “equipment at 1000 Plaza Dr.,” identifies the Debtor as "Holt Worldwide Box Company, Inc.," and identifies the Secured Party as "Beaumont Bank."

3. The UCC-1 lists the collateral as “equipment at 1000 Plaza Dr.,” identifies the Debtor as "Holt Box Co.," and identifies the Secured Party as "Beaumont Bank."

4. The UCC-1 lists the collateral as “equipment at 1000 Plaza Dr.,” identifies the Debtor as "Holt Worldwide Box Company, Inc.," but does not identify the Secured Party.