Take five minutes for a chance to win a great prize from Sears

A survey could led to an amazing prize for your house.

What do you think of The Golden Star because we want to know. Right now you can go to The Golden Star website, click on the survey link to answer a few questions, and get the chance to win a great prize from the Sears store in Golden.

The survey will ask nine simple questions which will tell us what you as our readers want from us as you local source for news.

Some of the questions on the survey are; What stories, articles, photos and features are most important to you in your local newspaper? Do you use the flyers/inserts delivered with The Golden Star? And are you or someone in your household planning to purchase a new or used vehicle in the near future? If so, what type and when?

We want to know because we aim to put our readers first. It is our goal to keep you connected with what is happening in our community.

We give great thanks to Sears in Golden for giving the choice of a 50 inch LG Plasma television, a Kenmore washer/dryer or an $800 gift certificate to spend in the store to one lucky participant in the survey.

Your feedback is important to us so check out www.thegoldenstar.net for you chance to fill out a survey and win. There will be a link right above the “Recent Comments” on the right hand side. Or go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/69DZCYY.

 

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