Polymer Clay Community Survey

votingIf you haven't taken this survey- please do. I you already have taken this survey- please share with your polymer friends on Facebook,your blog, online polymer clay groups and personal email lists. As of early Wednesday morning 375 people have taken this survey, our goal is to have  over 500 people worldwide take this survey = individual voices heard as a group on these vital issues.

 

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P3SGZ3W = link to survey

http://polymerclaydaily.com/2011/11/14/an-accurate-polymer-picture/ = link to contest

http://www.lindlyhaunani.com/blog/ = for longer comments and/or suggestions of questions left out of survey

Kudos for the survey = This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Mags Bonham spear-headed the efforts to get this survey up and running.


As a guest blogger, I would like to direct your attention to an issue that affects the polymer community and to offer you the opportunity to have your opinion heard.

The manufacturers are grappling with many issues that center around reformulating polymer and bringing the best product to market. Your response to this comprehensive survey allows you to rank which issues are most important to you. With an accurate picture of our needs manufacturers may make products that suit us better.

Grab your favorite beverage and expect to invest 10 to 15 minutes of your time to answer 40 questions. The responses will be tallied and sent as one document to all the polymer manufacturers.

As a thank you for your efforts, you will have a chance to win an autographed copy of Terra Nova- Polymer Art at the Crossroads, released in conjunction with the opening of the Racine Art Museum's exhibition. This special book has been signed by all the boundary-breakers! To enter the drawing, fill out the survey and comment on this post "I took the survey". Then check next Monday to see if you won.

Polymer Clay Daily Guest Post from Lindly Haunani

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