How would you feel about taking a shot at winning an iPad just by completing a 10 minute survey?
As long as you are living in Long Island, just access this link and take your best shot: http://sustainableli.org/2015/07/take-survey-win-ipad.
The survey is aimed at collecting information about the population’s level of knowledge related to potential disasters. Through its questions, the survey will determine your knowledge on first-aid and what you can do in extreme situations caused by natural disasters.
This survey is launched by Sustainable Long Island – a non-profit organization focused on environmental sustainability, as well as economic development and community growth. The organization has been around since 1996, when local figures such as environmentalists, civil rights advocates, philanthropists, developers, business people and civic leaders decided that it was time to raise population’s awareness about the environmental and economic issues revolving around Long Island.
Who can enter
The survey is destined for people living in Long Island and it measures how prepared they are for such phenomena since Superstorm Sandy. All residents of Nassau and Suffolk that complete this survey can enter the race for a chance to win a 16GB iPad Mini, one of the bestselling tablets developed by Apple.
The 18 questions that compose the survey are very on-point and the honesty of the answers is really important. Depending on how fast of a reader you are, it takes from 5 to 10 minutes to go through each of the questions.
Throughout these questions, the researchers want to determine if your house is properly equipped and supplied in case of a natural disaster, but also to determine your knowledge related to such catastrophes.
After having completed the survey, you will be asked to enter your valid e-mail address in order to be eligible for the draw. The winner will be notified via e-mail by September the 30th, 2015.
Named the “Storm Readiness Assessment”, the survey’s information will only be shared with the competent authorities and key leaders that can help manage and improve such a situation, such as the Long Island Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster, Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management or American Red Cross (there are only a couple of names).
To start filling the survey just click here. Good luck!