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Take a 20 minute survey and you could win $1,000

Take a research that could help businesses in the community.

The Pulse Survey has arrived and with it the opportunity for Hope readers to win one of two $1,000 cash prizes for participating in an online survey.

Your input in the survey is vital to businesses in the Hope area. Participation will help our local businesses determine the shopping patterns and plans of their customers in the coming year. Information collected will go toward strengthening the economy through identifying customer patterns and trends.

While the survey takes no more than 20 minutes, The Standard appreciates that time is valuable and as such we will be offering the opportunity for participants to enter to win a cash prize of $1,000 for completing the survey. There are two prizes up for grabs.

By logging onto pulseresearch.com/hopestandard/ you can get started on the survey. Once it’s been completed you will be prompted for your name, phone number, and e-mail address. This information is strictly confidential and will only be gathered for contest entry purposes and will not be shared.

“Community newspapers are not only a medium for newsworthy content but also operate as a voice for businesses in the community through the advertising space carrying messages from local business. Collecting this data from our readers and sharing it is an important service we can provide to your business owners and managers,” said publisher Carly Ferguson.

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