Complete survey about local shopping, win $50

Tired of having to shop out of town for the things you need?

Tired of having to shop out of town for the things you need?

The District of Fort St. James is researching local spending habits in order to better understand what motivates local shopping vs. shopping in other communities.  This information will then be used to help promote and develop our local retail sector, providing valuable information for business owners and would-be entrepreneurs.

For those who complete the survey, they will be entered into a draw to win $50 in Fort St. James Bucks*.  The survey includes 10 questions and should only take around 3 minutes to complete.  Survey closes May 31 and can be found on the District’s home page: www.fortstjames.ca

 

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