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Powering your life


Co-op Connections Your Co-op Connections card from TCEC is your free pass to savings. Our members have saved nearly $700,000 on prescriptions alone with the card. You can also visit www.connections.coop/tricounty to fi nd local and national deals on everything from coff ee to hotels. You can use the site to print coupons for savings on everyday items.


Businesses can participate in the Co-op Connections program by providing a discount to cooperative members. Your business will be recognized in newspaper ads, the TCEC business directory and more. Contact us to enroll.


Mobile Apps TCEC off ers members a variety of mobile apps to stay connected wherever you go. Our most popular apps are TCEC Mobile for account management and Touchstone Energy Weather Connection for weather alerts. You can also download the Co-op Connections app to fi nd off ers near you. With the Oklahoma Living magazine app, you can use your tablet or smartphone to view the LiveWire newsletter and other OKL magazine stories. T e Save Energy, Save Money app provides access to ways to save energy in your home. All apps are available for both Apple and Android devices. See www.tcec.coop for more information and links to download the apps.


Community TCEC supports many community programs, organizations and initiatives through its charitable giving contributions. T e cooperative regularly sponsors community events and participates in local Chamber of Commerce and Main Street programs as well. Employees also volunteer their time to many community causes and civic groups.


In 2013, the cooperative built a live line arc demonstration trailer to teach members about the power of electricity. Demonstrations have been given to emergency personnel in every county the cooperative serves. Several area businesses have also seen the demonstration and we’re working to bring it to the county fairs where possible. For smaller groups, especially children, TCEC continues to off er its Safe City tabletop demonstration with Neon Leon and Lightning Liz. Contact TCEC to schedule a demonstration for your group.


Youth and Education TCEC off ers youth trips to high school juniors every year. T ree winners are awarded a trip to Washington D.C. through the Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. Two winners are selected to attend the Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp hosted by Kansas Electric Cooperatives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Eighth graders in the cooperative’s service territory have an opportunity to enter an essay contest to win a trip to Energy Camp in Hinton, Okla. T e cooperative also off ers scholarships to Oklahoma Panhandle State University through the Panhandle State Foundation.


Other ways the cooperative supports local schools include annual donations, classroom kit donations, a safety month coloring contest, collection of the Gross Receipts Tax and a free e-newsletter for educators.


LINDSAY WAUGH, BOY SCOUTS REP, PRESENTS TCEC’S JACK PERKINS WITH AN AWARD FOR OUR SUPPORT.


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