Resource access remains a key concern of outdoor enthusiasts. As outdoor resources seem to become more and more inaccessible, anglers and hunters have begun to band together in an effort to have their voices heard. They seem to be wondering if their favorite spot might be next.
In an effort to provide current information to the people and agencies that make decisions about our natural resources, Southwick Associates conducts bi-monthly surveys of real people that participate in outdoor recreation.
Sportsmen and sportswomen can provide feedback quickly and easily by participating in the surveys. The data is then distributed to insure leaders have the information they need to support wise resource decisions and promote viable outdoors programs.
It could not be much easier. Visit any or all surveys, click the “Take Survey” button and follow the prompts. Your thoughts on resource issues are then included in the data bank. No need to include your name, just an email where you will be notified the next time a survey is ready. The company assures users that the email list will not be marketed; it is for the sole purpose of increasing the impact of the surveys.
There is even a reward for completing a survey. Every participant who completes a survey is entered into a drawing for one of five $100 gift certificates to the sporting goods retailer of their choice. Five winners are randomly selected from the pool of Hunter/Shooter Survey participants and five are chosen from Angler Survey participants each month.
If you are interested in having your opinion heard, visit HunterSurvey.com, ShooterSurvey.com and/or AnglerSurvey.com and take the survey today. Every sportsman can make a big difference and have an impact in the conversation without ever spending a dime or much of their time.
The result is a data base that will yield invaluable information to help fish and wildlife agencies, political leaders, conservation groups and even businesses in the outdoor industry understand what issues, concerns, services and products are important to hunters and anglers.
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