[MCN] Survey for MCAT & City of Missoula

Joel Baird jbaird at mcat.org
Mon Apr 9 19:21:31 EDT 2018

Dearest Readers of Missoula Community News,


MCAT & The City of Missoula have launched a survey about future communication needs in Missoula. The survey is part of an effort to create a Community Needs Assessment to help the City of Missoula formulate plans for an upcoming Cable Franchise Renewal with Charter/Spectrum.


Because the franchise agreement funds so much of what MCAT is able to accomplish in Missoula I would be very grateful if you would take the time to complete this on-line survey.


We appreciate your time and input into this important process. Your insights will help
us determine if existing Charter cable services and resources are adequate and
identify changes that might be made to meet the current and future cable-related

needs and interests of Missoula residents.


Everyone who participates will be entered into a random drawing to win a great
prize: A $250 Missoula Downtown Gift Card! Good at over 160 downtown Missoula
businesses including restaurants, clothing, kitchen, home, pubs, art galleries and more...


You will need to submit your name and email on the last screen of the survey to

be eligible to win the prize.


This online survey will be open until Monday, May 15 at midnight.

Thank you for participating in this survey, it will really help us in the future.


Here is the link:




Thank you!



Joel Baird

General Manager

MCAT www.mcat.org


500 North Higgins

Missoula MT 59802

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