Power Talk February 2012 : Page 4

Aim for Greater S  UNITED COOPERATIVE SERVICES P.O. BOX 16 • CLEBURNE, TEXAS • 817-556-4000 S ► United’s nationally recognized Co-op Connections Card costs members nothing, but it delivers immense value through handsome prescription drug savings and retail discounts. members who have realized savings to the tune of more than $500,000 on just prescriptions. And I know they’ve saved many more thousands of dollars at local and national business-es,” added Beavers. A sample of participating local and area businesses that offer United members discounts are refl ected here, but the entire merchant list can be viewed online by clicking the Co-op Connections Card icon on United’s website at www.united-cs.com . Participating retailers range from HVAC dealers offering 10 percent off on new system installations, to restaurants offering free drinks with the purchase of an entrée. Valuable discounts are available to mem-bers for just about every service under the sun. ince launching the Co-op Connections Card in November 2007, United mem-bers have enjoyed some of the biggest savings of any cooperative in the country. Of more than 440 cooperatives participating in the card pro-gram—which offers members discounts at local and national merchants, as well as 10-60 percent off most prescriptions— United members are in the top 10 percent in prescription savings. In 2011 alone, United members used the card to make more than 7,000 prescription purchases, and saved a total of $113,544—for an average sav-ings of 39 percent per purchase. “As a cooperative, we feel obligated to help our mem-bers combat rising wholesale power costs in every possible way,” said United CEO Ray Beavers.“The Co-op Con-nections Card is one of those instruments that helps members save money. It might be outside of our core business of deliver-ing reliable electric service, but it’s clear that it’s been an absolute benefi t for many of our A Team Hope Co. 1) 10% off regular service charge. 2)Free digital thermostat or $50 off system replacement. (817) 426-4673 Burleson Absolute Comfort $20 off service charge. (817) 790-6360 Alvarado All About Sports & Awards 1 0 % o f f r e g ul ar p ri c e -i n -s t or e merchandise 817-573-1270 Granbury All Creatures Small Farm $50 off purchase price 254-965-7224 Stephenville All Seasons Air Conditi oning LLC $20 off repairs 817-326-0599 Granbury All Star Clips $7.99 hair cuts on Sundays (women are extra) 254-965-3312 Stephenville Alvarado Paint & Body 10% off (customer pay) repair labor. All esti mates are free. (817) 783-6580 Alvarado A-Make Ready Roof Company 10% off total roofi ng bid on all cool roof elastomeric applicati ons. (817) 689-3144 Granbury Anyti me Fitness 50% off enrollment fee & 10% off monthly dues (817) 641-5333 Cleburne Atlas Solar-Tex 20% off -minimum order of $100 817-447-3500 Joshua Bear’s Plumbing, Hardware, Etc. 10% off regular price 817-573-4957 Granbury Bluff Dale Irrigati on 20% off all service calls for sprinkler repair 254-592-1437 Bluff Dale Brooks Real Estate 1 year Home Warranty with the purchase of a home through Robbie! 254-592-7245 Stephenville Burleson Air & Heat Sys., Inc. $10 off service call or $100 off complete installati on 817-295-7892 Burleson Burleson Service Company 10% off repairs up to $50 off total. $200 off HVAC installati on-complete system. (817) 295-0071 Alvarado Cleburne Fitness Center A discounted enrollment of $99 (normally $149 so a savings of $50) 817-556-2484 Cleburne Coopers Country Store 10% discount on General Merchandise (Excludes Feed, Hay and Shavings) 254-968-5633 Stephenville CAN’T FIND YOUR CARD? Members who have lost or misplaced their Co-op Connections Cards can simply call their local cooperative offi ce to order a replacements. 4 UNITED COOPERATIVE SERVICES FEBRUARY 2012

Aim For Greater Savings In 2012

United’s nationally recognized Co-op Connections Card costs members nothing, but it delivers immense value through handsome prescription drug savings and retail discounts.<br /> <br /> Since launching the Co-op Connections Card in November 2007, United members have enjoyed some of the biggest savings of any cooperative in the country. Of more than 440 cooperatives participating in the card program— which offers members discounts at local and national merchants, as well as 10-60 percent off most prescriptions— United members are in the top 10 percent in prescription savings. In 2011 alone, United members used the card to make more than 7,000 prescription purchases, and saved a total of $113,544—for an average savings of 39 percent per purchase.<br /> <br /> “As a cooperative, we feel obligated to help our members combat rising wholesale power costs in every possible way,” said United CEO Ray Beavers.“The Co-op Connections Card is one of those instruments that helps members save money. It might be outside of our core business of delivering reliable electric service, but it’s clear that it’s been an absolute benefit for many of our Members who have realized savings to the tune of more than $500,000 on just prescriptions. And I know they’ve saved many more thousands of dollars at local and national businesses,” added Beavers.<br /> <br /> A sample of participating local and area businesses that offer United members discounts are reflected here, but the entire merchant list can be viewed online by clicking the Co-op Connections Card icon on United’s website at www.united-cs.com.<br /> <br /> Participating retailers range from HVAC dealers offering 10 percent off on new system installations, to restaurants offering free drinks with the purchase of an entrée. Valuable discounts are available to members for just about every service under the sun.<br /> <br /> CAN’T FIND YOUR CARD?<br /> <br /> Members who have lost or misplaced their Co-op Connections Cards can simply call their local cooperative office to order a replacements.

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