Shine Bright This Holiday Season with SWEPCO
Throughout SWEPCO's service territory our customers are decking the halls and we're pleased to shine a light on holiday fun in the communities we serve!
It's our honor to serve our customers across the three-state service territory. We thank you for being our customer. We truly wish you a happy holidays!
ARK-LA-TEX Area Community
As the holiday season approaches, SWEPCO is proud to sponsor a unique multi-state contest. We've partnered with radio stations 96.5 KVKI in Shreveport, 101.5 KNUE in Longview and 102.5 KKYR in Texarkana to promote one of the biggest and brightest lighting campaigns our communities have seen! We're encouraging residents and businesses to deliver their best and brightest lighting displays! Safely deck your halls, walls, store fronts, homes, lawns or rooftops and share photos of your amazing display! Townsquare Media will award $500 to a lucky listener whose lights are deemed to be the best in the Ark-La-Tex.
Select the area below that is closest to you to enter the contest.
Entries are limited: one entry per person, regardless of entry method, so make your photos count! Official contest rules are available on the contest website.
Join us at these other SWEPCO sponsored holiday events:
Northwest Arkansas Area Community
Discover Your Moment to Shine During Lights of the Ozarks
SWEPCO is the exclusive sponsor of the Lights of the Ozarks Light Night and Parade where nearly half a million lights will brighten the holiday season. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Arkansas holiday tradition and we are excited to be part of it. On Friday, Nov. 17, our festive SWEPCO truck joined the parade and helped kick off the holiday season along with Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan during the lighting of the historic Fayetteville Square. You still have plenty of time to see Lights of the Ozarks as it is the perfect twinkling backdrop to create special moments with your family and friends. More than 500,000 lights illuminate the square every night from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. nightly from Nov. 17 through the New Year.
Be sure to stay safe this holiday season and view our holiday safety tips.