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Survey says! Campbell River Mirror reader rewarded with $1,000 prize

Debbie Fairweather of Campbell River and Campbell River Mirror publisher Dave Hamilton are all smiles after Fairweather was presented with her $1,000 prize. - Mirror staff
Debbie Fairweather of Campbell River and Campbell River Mirror publisher Dave Hamilton are all smiles after Fairweather was presented with her $1,000 prize.
— image credit: Mirror staff

Five Vancouver Island readers were each rewarded with $1,000 cash prizes for their help by Black Press, owner of the Campbell River Mirror.

The readers took part in the company’s Pulse Research online survey.

Having spent some time completing a confidential questionnaire about their consumer habits and interests, the readers were entered into the draw along with thousands of other readers.

When the draw was made, Laurie Fisher and Nicole Steffen-Sander of Victoria, Heather MacLean of Courtenay, Debbie Fairweather of Campbell River (pictured at left with Campbell River Mirror publisher Dave Hamilton) and Victor Addison of Gabriola Island emerged as the big winners.

Black Press thanks everyone who took part in the survey, which helps us better understand our valued readers and helps Campbell River businesses craft new and effective ways to serve their clients and customers.

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