The Membership Benefit Program encourages Battle River Power Coop members to spend locally in our communities. The program has a diverse selection of participating businesses offering various discounts and value-added services to Battle River Power Coop members when they present their Membership Benefit card. The following businesses are participants in the program:

Vehicle services and tires:

D&D Vehicle Sales, shop services, in Camrose

Canadian Tire, auto labour, in Vegreville

Fountain Tire, Alberta locations (Click here for additional information)

Construction and renovation:

H&H Metal Products, Inc., Ohaton

The Design & Construction Group, Lamont

Prairie Eco Tech, Leduc County

Arnett Floor Covering, Viking

Health and wellness:

Jensen’s Wellness Center, Ferintosh

Benchmark Hearing Centre, Daysland

Hair and spa services:

Lori’s Little Luxuries, Alix

Mundare Salon & Barber, Mundare

Specialty Products and Services:

Shirgor Enterprises, Bruderheim

2nd Floor Computers Inc., Camrose

Globe Footwear, Wainwright

Coach’s Source for Sports, Wetaskiwin

Drever Agencies, propane bottle fills, Camrose, Hardisty, Vegreville, Wetaskiwin

Flowers and Gifts:

Cherry Grove Florist, Wetaskiwin

Beau Villa Flowers and Gifts, Beaumont

Photography and Special Occasion:

Rubber Band Entertainment, Bashaw

Dragonfly Connection Photography, Central Alberta

Homestead Photography, Killam

Jen’s Photography, Lamont

Insurance

The Co-operators, through Battle River Power Coop’s affiliation with the Alberta Federation of REA’s (discounts on insurance)

Specific offers by all above businesses are here.

Additional businesses are welcome to the program. Call 1.877.428.3972 to discuss including your local business in Battle River Power Coop’s Membership Benefit Program.

Buying local benefits the whole community. Local businesses hire local people, give to local charities, and support community events. Employees of local businesses circulate dollars when they in turn buy local goods, eat in local restaurants and buy homes in local communities.

Battle River Power Coop, as a rural Alberta cooperative business, buys local first. In 2018 we spent $6.3 million in local communities and an additional $25.2 million within the province.