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PAGE 4 | LIVEWIRE | MARCH 2016 CONTACT US


Tri-County Electric Cooperative 995 Mile 46 Road P.O. Box 880 Hooker, Oklahoma 73945


Office 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


BOARD OF TRUSTEES District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9


Jimmie L. Draper Erwin Elms Ronny White C.J. Mouser Joe Mayer Larry Dunn


Shawn Martinez Cletus Carter Larry Hodges


PAYMENT OPTIONS AutoPay (Bank or credit card draft) Pay As You Go (Prepay) Online Bill Pay (www.tcec.coop) Pay by Phone (580-652-2418) Drop off Payment (Office in Hooker) Payment Centers (Locations below)


Town Name and Address


Beaver Downing’s Market 216 Douglas St.


Boise City


Moore’s Food 201 East Main Street


Elkhart EPICTOUCH 451 Morton St.


Goodwell54 GAS N GO 227 S. Aggie Ave


Guymon Mitchell Theaters Northridge Shopping Center, 1928 N. Hwy 64


Guymon Carter’s Market Place Northridge Shopping Center, 1928 N. Hwy 64


Guymon Mora’s Market 702 N. Main Street


Hooker TCEC Office 995 Mile 46 Road


DIGITAL EDITION www.ok-living.coop


Hours 7a-7p


Mon-Sun 8a-9p


Mon-Sun


9a-6p, Mon-Sat 6a-11p


Mon-Sun 24x7


7a-11p Mon-Sun 8a-9p


Mon-Sun 24x7


TCEC members who show their card receive a special single room rate of $49.95 at the Ambassador Hotel. In the restaurant, members receive 10 percent off their entire restaurant ticket when they show their card.


Co-op Connections Ambassador Inn & Restaurant


At the locally-owned Ambassador Inn and Restaurant, TCEC members will receive a great deal on their room or their restaurant ticket when they show their Co-op Connections Card. “I’m a firm believer that the customer is always right,” Linda Dixon, Ambassador Restaurant manager, said. “If something on an order is not correct, we will make it right.” Dixon said the Ambassador Restaurant is known for its excellent breakfast selections. She said many regular customers enjoy an easy camaraderie with the wait staff, some of whom has been there a long time. Tracy Pugh, pictured at right, has been at the restaurant more than seven years. She says, “Customers like to come back to the restaurant because of the way they’re treated.”


She mentioned the restaurant has a happy hour from 2 to 4 p.m. daily where drinks are half price and customers receive a cookie with their coffee. She mentioned the meeting space in the back is popular with several local organizations for regular meetings. The rooms can also be reserved for parties. Dixon noted the hotel guests staying at the hotel enjoy free Wi-Fi access and satellite TV. She said the rooms are clean and comfortable and Northridge


Cinema 8 movie theater is just across the street. She said guests will sleep easier knowing they won’t have to deal with much highway noise. She also noted Walmart and other businesses are nearby for the convenience of their guests. The Timeout Sports Bar in the rear of the hotel offers a nice place to relax as well.


10% off restaurant ticket


For more information, contact: Ambassador Inn & Restaurant 1909 U.S. Highway 64 Guymon, Oklahoma 580.338.5555


www.ambassadorinnok.com To see all participating businesses and discounts, visit www.tcec.coop. 


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