11 readership answers could win you a $350 prize package

The Caledonia Courier is conducting an online survey and it offers the potential for prizes.

  • Nov. 29, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Everyone has an opinion and you might just get paid for voicing yours.

The Caledonia Courier is conducting an online survey that’s neither time-consuming nor intrusive – nobody will call you while you’re eating dinner– and it offers the potential for prizes.

Here’s how it works:

• Go to www.caledoniacourier.com

• Scroll down and click on the “Readership Survey” icon.

• Answer the 11 questions covering topics such as what news is important to you, whether you use the many flyers contained in the Caledonia Courier to do your shopping and how you spend your hard-earned dollars.

• Finally, you can enter to win an $350 local prize package.

So go to www.caledoniacourier.com and help us help you stay informed


Go to www.calendoniacourier.com, then scroll down.

You’ll find the Readership Survey icon on the right side, just above Recent Comments.


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