Check your Pulse and win $1,000 cash

Reader survey will help to gauge shopping patterns in the Sooke Region over the next year.

The Sooke News Mirror is offering readers the chance to win one of two $1,000 cash prizes for participating in an online reader survey.

The survey questions will help to gauge shopping patterns in the Sooke Region over the next year.

Your buying plans, whether big or small, are of great interest to local business and have a huge impact on the strategies that these businesses will focus on for their customers.

With this important customer data, businesses will be able to focus on what shoppers will be buying which will ultimately help strengthen our local economy. Because of this, your participation in the survey is important.

We know our readers’ time is valuable, so to show our appreciation for your participation in the Pulse Research survey, we would like to give you a chance to win $1,000 cash. Just for taking the survey, you will be entered to win a chance for a $1,000 prize.

It’s as simple as logging onto to get started. At the end of the survey, you will be asked to provide your name and phone number. However, you can be assured that personal information is gathered for contest entry purposes only, and will not be provided to any other sources.

“Newspapers have the opportunity to deliver informative editorial coverage but also to convey what our local businesses have to offer through advertising,” said Rod Sluggett, publisher of the Sooke News Mirror.

“Businesses rely on our community newspaper to reach their potential customers and the Pulse survey will ensure the Sooke News Mirror has the most up-to-date information from residents to pass onto our local business owners.”


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