Contests: Special

We are no longer accepting entries for this contest as of December 25, 2019. Please visit our Contests Page for something more current.

After 75 years on your coffee table, in your kitchen and tucked in your back pocket, we’d like to say “thanks” by giving you the chance to win some homegrown Texas treasures. Throughout 2019, we will celebrate Texas Co-op Power’s 75th anniversary. Each month, readers will have the chance to win prizes.

This month’s prize is five pounds of Texas pecans from Sorrells Farms.

Throughout the year, we’ll feature more Texas products like Ruby Red grapefruit from Crockett Farms and delicious pies from Texas Talking Pies.

Enter today to be eligible for all of our 75th anniversary giveaways, and thank you for joining the celebration!

Attend Your Co-op’s Annual Meeting

Electric cooperatives across Texas will give a nod to their magazine’s special celebration by including special Texas Co-op Power 75th Anniversary giveaways and door prizes at the annual meeting. By attending your co-op annual meeting, you’ll automatically be entered in a drawing to win a hand-crafted commemorative cutting board made by Drapela Woodworks in El Campo.

Contest Rules

• You must be a member of a Texas electric cooperative to enter.

• The deadline for entries is December 25, 2019.

• No purchase necessary.

• Online entries only. One entry per person (multiple entries will be disqualified).

• Entrants must be 18 years of age or older and a legal U.S. resident.

• Current employees of Texas Electric Cooperatives and their immediate families are not eligible.

• One winning entry will be drawn each month, beginning January 25, 2019 and ending December 25, 2019. We will notify the winners by the 30th of each month. If we cannot contact a winner within 5 days, another entry will be drawn.

• Prizes are not transferable.

• The winner is solely responsible for any taxes incurred.

• By entering the contest, contestants agree to the above rules and regulations.

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