R-J looking for feedback from Business readers

Would you like to see more coverage of local business news? What are you favorite local business topics? The casino industry? Housing? Economic development, retail and new business? Utilities?

Or do you prefer more news from the around the nation, including Wall Street? Who is your favorite business columnist?

We want to know. Your feedback is important to us. So we are assembling a panel of readers who will give us their unvarnished opinions.

In the days and weeks ahead, the Review-Journal will identify about 1,000 readers who will agree to provide opinions on specific topics or stories in print or on the R-J website. If you would like to serve on this panel, please contact us at http://www.reviewjournal.com/readerpanel.

We’re hopeful that your opinions and suggestions will allow us to make better decisions on what topics to focus on, which sections you like the most and even which comic strips to add or remove. Whether you’re a frequent reader or an occasional one, your opinions count.

Three to seven surveys will be emailed to panelists every month. Questions will focus on news coverage, features, opinion and advertising. Each survey should take about five minutes to complete. Since the surveys are Web-based, participants must have Internet access.

To sign up, go to http://www.reviewjournal.com/readerpanel. For more information please email Denise Kitchen at dkitchen@reviewjournal.com or call 702-387-2964.

— The Editors


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