Harlan County Farm Bureau Gives Away a Brand New 40" Smart TV - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Farm Bureau Gives Away a Brand New 40" Smart TV

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau Members that signed up for Easy Pay before November 1st,  2016 were entered into a drawing to win this brand new TV. Easy Pay simply automatically withdraws from a checking account the $25 annual membership dues to make things easier on the member. The member receives a notice prior to the withdrawal to remind them of the transaction. Members who sign up for Easy Pay after November 1, 2016 will be entered into a drawing to win another brand new TV in 2017.  It’s easy to sign up for Easy Pay.

 

(right to left) Roger K Fannin, agency manager of Harlan County Farm Bureau; Dustin Miniard, board member of Harlan County Farm Bureau; Don Miniard, president of Harlan County Farm Bureau; Reed and Betty Brown, members of Harlan County Farm Bureau

 

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