Story courtesy of Delaware Electric Cooperative
Delaware lawmakers honored the Delaware Electric Cooperative Thursday night for saving members over $1 million through the Co-op Connections Card program. The program was first offered in 2008 and offers discounts to members on their prescriptions.
Representatives Harvey Kenton, Dave Wilson and Bobby Outten presented the tributes to Bill Andrew, President and CEO of the Co-op, in front of a crowd of more than 50 member-owners.
Members who use the card can save between ten and sixty percent on many prescription drugs. Tens of thousands of pharmacies across the nation are participating in the program. More than 150 Delaware businesses are also offering discounts to members who use the Co-op Connections Card.
For more information on the benefits of carrying a connections card, please visit our website at www.delaware.coop
Delaware Electric Cooperative is a member-owned electric utility serving 84,000 member-owners in Kent and Sussex County, Delaware. For more information visit us on the web at www.delaware.coop
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