We''re asking for your help in letting us know more about you by taking a few minutes to fill out the Premier Guitar audience survey which focuses on reader demographics and lifestyle interests.

Marion, IA (May 11, 2011) -- We've been thinking about introducing some new products for our audience (specifically, a broadcast service) and securing other types of sponsors for big contests with many cool prizes. In order to do so, we're asking for your help in letting us know more about you by taking a few minutes to fill out the Premier Guitar audience survey which focuses on reader demographics and lifestyle interests.

Some of these questions (which broadcast types routinely ask about an audience) may be questions to which you don't want to answer. Please remember that we will only use answers in aggregate and any information you share is protected under our strict privacy policy. If you skip questions it will have no effect on your chance to win.

By responding to the survey, you'll be automatically entered for your chance to win a PRS Studio (U.S. only), valued at $4494.

Also, all respondents who provide a U.S. mailing address and who are not currently a subscriber to PG's print magazine will receive two free print issues as our way of also saying "thanks" for taking the survey (promotion code given after survey has been completed).

We really appreciate whatever assistance you choose to provide. Thank you!

Click here to take the survey!


Why does PG only offer giveaways for US residents?

Survey and contest closes at midnight CST on May 26, 2011.Winner will be notified via email.
Click here to read official rules.
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