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Attention Business Community

Once again, the Review-Journal Business section is asking the local business community for its help in compiling our survey of local companies and executives about their plans, expectations and goals for the upcoming business year. The survey results will be used to prepare stories for the daily Business section and its sister publication, the Las Vegas Business Press. The questionnaire is accessible through the Review-Journal and Business Press Web sites and should take about 15 minutes to complete. You may check more than one response where appropriate.

While names and contact information are not required, we would appreciate it if you would include that information with your submission if you would be willing to be interviewed for the stories. Even if you would not like to be contacted by a reporter, please include as much information as possible and any additional comments for each question. Please complete the survey by Dec. 18 so we can begin compiling the results. Thank you.

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