Continuing the program that was launched in 2013, Tennessee Farmers Cooperative and the Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association (TCA) will partner to offer livestock-related prizes to TCA members who recruit a new TCA member in 2015. These prizes are valued at up to $4,500. Successful TCA recruiters will be entered into a drawing for his or her choice of the following equipment: Apache Feeder w/creeps, Priefert squeeze chute, W-W sweep system, 300-gallon Ag Spray pasture sprayer, Tru-Test scale system with a Co-op alley package, or Gallagher/Miraco fence/waterer package. The winning name will be drawn from all eligible entries and announced in February at the 2016 TCA Convention Awards Luncheon at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro.
In addition, one new member selected at random will win an expense-paid trip to the 2016 TCA convention, including a two-night stay at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro. Total value of the trip is up to $500. To be eligible for the drawing, the person joining TCA must be defined as a new member (not a member at any point in 2014) and must have joined the association in 2015. For recruiters, his or her name must be listed on the membership application when it is sent in to TCA with payment. Recruiters’ names will be entered as many times as they recruit a new member.
Founded in 1985, the Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association is made up of approximately 7,000 cattle producers and industry supporters from across the state. Its mission is to provide Tennessee cattle producers with an organization that protects their interests, solves cattle industry problems, and builds “goodwill.” TCA membership is just $30 a year and includes a monthly subscription to the award-winning Tennessee Cattle Business magazine, discounts on Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) trainings, and invitations to area meetings and other events. For more information and complete promotion rules, visit www.tncattle.org or contact Charles Hord at 615-896-2333 email@example.com
Directors and employees of TFC and the Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association (the Contest Sponsors) are ineligible. Any local or other taxes or fees associated with a prize are the prize winner’s responsibility. No purchase is necessary. This Contest is open to legal residents of the United States, excluding Puerto Rico and Guam, who are 18 years of age or older. This Contest is void wherever prohibited by federal, state or local law. Subject to applicable law, the Contest Sponsor(s) reserves the right to cancel, suspend, terminate or modify the Contest Rules without prior notice and with no obligation or liability. Prizes are non-exchangeable, non-transferable, non-refundable, and have no cash surrender value, and must be accepted with no substitutions. Unless otherwise stipulated, only one winner per household is permitted. Prizes not claimed within the allotted time will be re-awarded by another drawing. All incidental costs and expenses associated with the prizes are the responsibility of the prize winner. The chances for winning will depend on the number of entrants received during the Contest Period. Prize winners may be required to execute certain documentation in order to claim their prize. All entries shall become the property of the Contest Sponsor and their advertising and promotional agencies, and entrants understand that his/her name, residence and association with the Contest may be used for publicity or promotional purposes by the Contest Sponsor.
By entering this Contest, each entrant agrees that, to the fullest extent allowed by law, the Contest Sponsor(s) shall have no liability and shall be held harmless by the entrant for any damage, loss or liability to person or property, due in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, by reason of entering the Contest or the acceptance, possession, use or misuse of any prize or prize activity. All entrants agree to comply with the Contest Rules, as may be amended from time to time. To the fullest extent allowed by law, this Contest shall be governed by the laws of the State of Tennessee, without giving effect to its conflict of law principles.