It’s Cool to be a Co-op Member

October is National Co-op Month. Cooperatives play a vital role in the local economy. They provide jobs, promote local spending, and invest in the communities they serve through donations, grants, and scholarships.

As a Golden West co-op member, you have an ownership stake in the organization. You help elect a board of directors and decide on the fate of strategic initiatives, giving you control and influence over how the business is run. And your investment is returned in the form of capital credit allocations.

To show our appreciation to our Golden West cooperative members, we’re giving away two Yeti Tundra 35 coolers and five tumblers. Five members will each win one tumbler, and two members will each win one Yeti cooler valued at $250. The contest is open through October 31. Complete the form below for a chance to win one of these great prizes.

Thank you for being a Golden West member!

 

Co-op Month Giveaway Entry Form

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Golden West may use your preferred email address and phone number you list to provide you with important updates, account communications and occasional helpful newsletters and special offers. This will not change the address of record for your account. You can unsubscribe from email notifications at any time and choose which emails you wish to receive.
You must be a Golden West Cooperative Member and at least 18 years of age to register. Limit one entry per membership. No purchase necessary. Drawing will be held on Monday, November 1, 2021. Winners will be notified via the email address or phone number provided on entry form.

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