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SAVINGS BY THE NUMBERS TCEC began offering the savings program in 2008.


Cotton Electric Cooperative CEO Jennifer Meason said the card is a real boon for those who own small businesses in their area. “We regularly feature participating businesses that offer discounts through Co-op Connections in The Current, our co-op’s monthly news- paper,” Meason said. “Those businesses really see an uptick in foot traffi c after they are featured, whether their customers use the card or not. It’s a win for our members and our business community.” Awesome Gifts & Fabulous Finds, previously Dear Friends, a gift and toy store located at 826 W. Main Street in Duncan, Okla., has been featured as a Cotton Electric Cooperative Co-op Connections partner in the February 2016 and April 2013 issues of The Current. The locally owned store offers a 10 percent discount on regular priced items to members who show their card. “We see a lot of people in the store who read the newspaper and mention


they saw us in The Current,” Crisi Chapman, a Cotton Electric member and one of the proprietors of Awesome Gifts & Fabulous Finds, said. “Being mentioned there brings people in from all around. We were happy to par- ticipate in the program because we’ve been individual members of the cooperative for a long time.” Free promotion is one of the benefi ts businesses receive when they par- ticipate in the program. Plus, there is no cost for the business to enroll in the program. The business chooses a deal to offer and signs a simple agree- ment with a local cooperative.


In addition to co-op deals and prescription savings, the Co-op


Connections card offers partner deals for cooperative members. Members can access Coupons.com and Cash Back Mall through the program for more savings options. Healthy Savings discounts offered through Co-op Connections include prescription, vision, lab work and imaging, chiroprac- tic and hearing aids at participating providers. Visit www.connections.coop to look up providers and learn more.


Best of all, this program is free for cooperative members. Electric co-ops offering this program usually have their members receive a card as part of a welcome packet when members sign up for service. It’s a perk of cooper- ative membership. The program also includes a Co-op Connections mobile app that features a card built into it and is a great way to fi nd deals nearby.


From members looking to save on everyday items to business owners looking for more promotion, the Co-op Connections Card adds value to cooperative membership. For more information on the Co-op Connections program, talk to your local electric cooperative or visit www.connections. coop.


*Editor’s Note: The Co-op Connections Healthy Savings is not insurance nor is it intended to replace insurance.


JuliAnn Graham, a regular Oklahoma Living contributor, is the communications supervisor at TCEC.


SEPTEMBER 2016 11


>500 >$96


ELECTRIC CO-OPS IN 46 STATES OFFER A CUSTOMIZED CARD TO MEMBER-OWNERS


MILLION SAVED NATIONALLY ON PRESCRIPTIONS ALONE*


*Please note that Co-op Connections Healthy Savings is not insurance nor is it intended to replace insurance.


33,000


LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE


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