GROWERS who take the time to provide some survey results at Hort Connections have the chance of winning a $500 eftpos card.
The company specialises in surveying Australian regional and rural communities to deliver insights which support and develop business strategies.
Those who sign up for the online research panel CrackerJack between May 1 and 12pm, June 9, go into the draw to win a $500 eftpos card.
Or visit the Good Fruit & Vegetables stand at Hort Connections in Brisbane this month to sign up.
Those interested in joining the online community, can visit the website at www.chi2.com.au/crackerjack.
CrackerJack provides an opportunity for horticulture producers to share their thoughts and opinions, and be heard.
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By joining the online survey community, businesses large and small, industry bodies and the government will hear the feedback.
Surveys are completed online and participants can choose to complete as many or as few surveys as they wish.
The more surveys completed, the more opportunities there are to earn through incentives such as eftpos cards, with members going into a monthly prize draw.
Chi Squared is Australian owned and based, with all information stored securely in Australia remaining completely confidential, never to be distributed to other companies. Participants can opt out at any time.
While at the stand, visitors may wish to peruse a copy of Good Fruit & Vegetables, take out a subscription, grab a hat, pen and bumper sticker, or even take a walk down memory lane through some of the older editions.
The magazine, a Hort Connections media partner, is celebrating 30 years of informing the Australian horticulture industry.
There will be merchandise on offer, plus the chance to share a yarn with the GFV staff.
Good Fruit & Vegetables can be found at stand 172, near the trade show presentation area.
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