Want some extra holiday spending money?

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Would you like a little extra spending money this holiday season?

As a way of encouraging more people to subscribe to the Utility Information Pipeline, I’m offering two $50.00 Visa gift cards, one to a new subscriber and one to a current subscriber who refers a new subscriber.

I will draw the winning entries on Friday, November 16 (in time to get the gift cards to the winners before Black Friday!) and will announce the winners in the November 20 Utility Information Pipeline.

New subscribers

If you subscribe between now and 11:59 pm on Thursday, November 15, you will automatically be entered in a drawing for one of the gift cards. If you are referred by someone, be sure to enter their name on the Referred By line of the subscription form.

Referrals

If you refer a new subscriber between now and 11:59 pm on Thursday, November 15, you will be entered once for each referral. For referrals from outside your organization, you will be entered twice for each new subscriber. Be sure to remind the people you refer to enter your name on the Referred By line when they complete the subscription form.

Days of exposure

If you missed the last issue, it included a link to a new Days of Exposure tool I’ve created. Days of Exposure is the total number of days of service a customer ends up owing for if they are cut off for non-payment and never reinstate service.

If you haven’t already done so, please take a minute and click here to calculate your utility’s Days of Exposure and determine if you are at risk for a potential bad debt write-off.

Do you have an idea for a future Utility Information Pipeline?

Do you have an idea for a future Utility Information Pipeline newsletter? If so, please give me a call at 919-232-2320 or e-mail me at gsanders@edmundsgovtech.com to let me know.

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