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MEMBER WINNER ANNOUNCED


POWERWatch:


“Let us watch your power when you’re NOT.”


PEC has optional metering equipment available which will automatically notify PEC’s dispatch center of an outage at your specifi c location.


For members who elect this option, POWERWatch will notify PEC of a power outage, even when no one is at home. POWERWatch is ideal for lake homes and other locations that are not regularly occupied--or just when you’re on vacation.


Peace of mind for only $3 per month (single-phase meters), which is simply added to your monthly PEC electric bill. T ree-phase customers may take advantage for $6 per month.


(l-r) Winning PEC member Wendi Archer of Stratford receives a Co-op Proud gift basket from PEC Assistant Vice President of Information Technology Lucas Hudson. Mrs. Archer and her husband Edward signed up on PEC’s SmartHub in December to be entered to win the basket full of products made and sold on electric co-op lines.


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base. T is device is designed to reduce any potentially damaging external, high- voltage spikes and surges to a “safe” level before they enter your home via the power line.


Extra protection is provided by surge suppression devices installed at outlets within your home for sensitive electronic equipment. When installed properly, these devices will protect your equipment from surges through the electrical wiring, telephone lines and coaxial cable. Device warranties range from $250 to $50,000.


Equipment and warranty are provided by TESCO, a name trusted by cooperative customers throughout the United States.


Protect your home through this program for $4.95 per month and a one time installation fee of $50, with a 60 month lease agreement. 690801100 *During March, the $50 installation fee is discounted to $25. No deposit is required for current PEC consumers who have received service during the most recent 24 months and have established good credit with the cooperative. (For those who do not meet this criteria, there is a $100 refundable security deposit required to join the program.) T e outside equipment remains the property of PEC; however, the devices inside the home are yours to keep.


Call us today at (580) 332-3031 or toll- free 1-877-456-3031 within the local Ada calling area.


POWERShield and POWERWatch are this month’s featured Co-op Proud products. For each monthly featured product you purchase or join throughout the year, you’ll be entered to win one of fi ve special Co-op Proud giſt baskets. Our next drawing is scheduled for June 1, 2015. T e lucky winner will enjoy a variety of products produced and sold by various rural electric member-owned and operated businesses located on PEC electric lines and throughout Oklahoma.


Kirk Langwell Operating Services Unit Manager


And that’s not all . . . we’ll even send you a POWERWatch email once your power has been restored to your meter for an additional $1 per month. 261500502


Simply contact PEC’s Customer Service department at toll-free 1-877- 456-3031 or (580) 332-3031 (local Ada area) for more information or to initiate POWERWatch today at your meter location.


You’ve got friends in HIGH places.


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