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CONTACT US


Tri-County Electric Cooperative 302 East Glaydas P.O. Box 880 Hooker, Oklahoma 73945


Offi ce Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday


Phone: 580-652-2418 Toll Free: 800-522-3315 E-mail: info@tcec.coop


www.tcec.coop


PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment Centers (Self-service kiosks) Kiosks are located in: Beaver, Boise City, Elkhart, Goodwell, Guymon, Hooker


Online Bill Pay (Account Online) www.tcec.coop


Recurring Electronic Funds Transfer (Autodraft) Call 800-522-3315 to enroll!


Pay As You Go Call 800-522-3315 to enroll!


Pay by Phone 800-522-3315


Drop off Payment in Person 302 East Glaydas, Hooker, Oklahoma


BOARD OF TRUSTEES District 1


District 2 District 3


Ronny White


District 4 C.J. Mouser District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9


Joe Mayer Larry Dunn


Shawn Martinez Cletus Carter Larry Hodges


Get connected with your cooperative:


Digital tools enhance membership experience


Oklahoma Living magazine. M


Readers can access an interactive digital edition and a FREE app for Apple, Android and Kindle devices. Sixteen local electric cooperative publications are now available through these outlets as well—including your electric cooperative’s LiveWire newsletter.


The digital edition and app include helpful features such as:


 Access to videos and bonus content  Search current and past editions  Access web, email and phone links  Email edition to friend or share it  Add highlights, bookmarks, and comments


 Print pages


Electric cooperatives are always looking ahead and planning for the future. The magazine’s new slogan, “Powering the needs of new generations,” refl ects this refreshed purpose and continued dedication to serving Oklahoma’s electric co-op members.


embers of Tri-County Electric Cooperative now have access to new digital tools offered by


“While electric co-ops have a proven track record of providing excellent service to their members, co-op leaders of today recognize that they are serving a new generation of consumers— younger members who may not know or care about their cooperative’s past. This ‘new generation’ of cooperative member has far different needs from those of their predecessors,” said Sid Sperry, Director of Public Relations and Communications for the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.


Electric cooperative leaders are also quick to point out that these digital tools are not meant—in any way—to replace the printed version of local publications. On the contrary, the app and digital edition are offered as a benefi t of your co-op membership, simply to expand and enrich your reading experience.


Take a moment to view the free digital edition at www.ok-living.coop or at www.tcec.coop. Download the free app through the Apple Newsstand, Google Play, or Amazon by searching for “Oklahoma Living magazine.” n


Jimmie L. Draper Erwin Elms


Your electric cooperative newsletter is here for you, even if you are on the go!


• Free App for Apple Devices • Free App for Android Devices • Free Digital Edition


Check out the digital edition at www ok-living tal edition at www.ok-living..coop!


*To find our free app, with access to your local co-op newsletter, search for Oklahoma Living magazine on Apple Newsstand, Google Play or Amazon


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