SURVEY REMINDER for ArrowCreek …If you have not already done so, please complete the UNR survey that was recently sent via email to those ArrowCreek owners who gave their email information to the ACHOA and sent via snail mail to those that haven’t!
UNR SURVEY FOR ARROWCREEK HOA – PLEASE USE THE LINK TO COMPLETE!
Dear ArrowCreek Property Owner,
We are writing to ask you for your participation in a survey that the ArrowCreek Homeowners Association is conducting along with representatives of the Economics Department at the University of Nevada. We are asking ArrowCreek property owners like you to reflect on your interests and preferences as a member of the ArrowCreek Community.
Your responses to this survey are very important and will help the ACHOA to better understand the needs and wants of the residents of the Community. This information will assist the HOA to better serve the interests of ArrowCreek residents. As part of this survey you will be asked basic demographic information about the activities you and the other members of your household participate in, both within and outside of the ArrowCreek Community.
This is a short survey and should take you no more than ten minutes to complete. Please click the link below to go to the survey website (or copy and paste the link into your Internet browser).
Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary. You are able to take the survey only once and after you click on the link to begin the survey you will not be able to access the survey again, so please only click the link when you are ready to complete the survey. No personal, identifiable information will be associated with your responses in any reports of this data. Should you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your time and consideration in completing this survey. Thank you for participating in this project to better understand your community! It is only through the help of property owners like you that we can provide information to better aid the ACHOA in ensuring your community is the best it can be.
Cameron M Belt
Graduate Research Associate
University of Nevada Center for Economic Development
Charles N. Mathewson Professor of Entrepreneurship
Professor of Economics
Book Review Editor, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Associate Editor, Review of Behavioral Economics
University of Nevada, Reno