The fine folks with the City of Brewer want to pick your brain: they want to know what kind of businesses you enjoy having in the area, and what you'd like to see come to town.

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They've got a survey up on the City of Brewer website. According to D’arcy Main-Boyington, Economic Development Director City of Brewer, it only takes about 10 minutes to fill out, but your answers will help provide both the city and business owners with important information.

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"The survey results will provide a snapshot of Brewer’s current retail sector and will provide valuable information on consumer preferences for businesses interested in growing their existing business or locating a new business in Brewer.  While all individual  survey responses will be kept strictly confidential, aggregate results of the survey will be made available to any business or individual who requests it."

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Main-Boyington says if you do take the time to answer the questions, you could win some pretty cool prizes.

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"The survey is expected to take about ten minutes to complete, and everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a random drawing for one of three great prizes including two tickets to One Night of Queen on Sunday, April 16, 2023, at Collins Center for the Arts; a one night stay for two in a luxurious hotel suite at Hollywood Casino along with $100 to spend at Hops House 99 Restaurant; and two tickets to a concert of your choice to a Waterfront Concert at Maine Savings Amphitheater in 2023."

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If you want to make your voice heard, you can access the survey by clicking on this link.

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