Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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Lucky Lunch

WaterWealth Project business survey wraps up May 31

Released by Natalie Jones

 

survey of Fraser Valley businesses is underway to better understand the crossroads of the region’s economy and environment.

 

Thus far, dozens of business owners and entrepreneurs have responded, and more responses are sought after. The survey will run until the end of this month.
 

Respondents have a chance to win a lunch for two up to a $100 value.

 

The WaterWealth Project, a non-partisan community organization based in Chilliwack, launched the survey on Earth Day (April 22nd). The survey is web-based with a series of questions about the strengths and health of the local economy; points of pride that business owners hold for their enterprise and community; in what unique ways different businesses rely on local waterways; and overall opinions of the business community when it comes to issues that affect our home waters.


Survey responses have been gathered both online and in person. “In a perfect world we would be hitting the streets to facilitate the survey face-to-face with hundreds of local businesses,” explains Natalie Jones, Community Organizer with WaterWealth. “Despite working with limited capacity, we have still prioritized getting out there in the community to talk in person with business people. We’ve also been promoting this survey online which we encourage any and all business people to take advantage of.”


WaterWealth continues to seek survey participants, and will treat one lucky survey respondent to lunch for two up to $100 value at a restaurant of the winner’s choosing in the Fraser Valley.

 

“We know that business folk work extremely hard, and their time is precious,” says Jones. “We want to honour that by offering a really great perk for taking the time to respond to our survey. Entering the draw is easy, with the last ‘question’ of the survey essentially being the entry form.”


WaterWealth will continue doing direct outreach to as many local businesses as possible, and is also inviting business people to complete and help promote the survey through to the end of

May via the website link: www.waterwealthproject.com/business_survey

 

 

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