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Click the link above and take this survey for a Charlotte cultural arts nonprofit that wants to better understand what residents like to do when you visit uptown and the surrounding edge city areas. The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete, and you can be entered to win a $250 Visa Gift Card if you complete it.

This will not be used for marketing purposes -- this is a nonprofit that needs better data to make decisions about its programming.  Specifically, this is a human design-centered survey that asks primarily questions about what you like to do and how you make decisions.


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Thanks so much, those of you who took this survey. It runs through the first week of January, and I am specifically interested in the perspective of folks on this forum (e.g. city planners and builders). If you are bored over the holidays and have a few minutes, I hope you might take a few minutes to provide feedback.

Thank you!

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