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GLOUCESTER COUNTY ONLINE SURVEY AVAILABLE NOW-Residents, Employees and Shoppers Encouraged to Respond-

(Gloucester County, NJ) - After a series of successful merchant interviews and community meetings, Gloucester County, with the help of the JGSC Group, moves on to next step of the Regional Retail Recruitment Planconducting a survey of Gloucester County residents, employees and shoppers.

The survey is available online now at Printed surveys will be available starting in late-July at local municipal buildings, libraries, and select merchant locations. Respondents can mail completed surveys back postage-paid.

Freeholder Director Stephen M. Sweeney said that the survey will run through September. "The survey information along with the entire merchant and community information gathered will be an integral to help develop a facts-based, community-driven plan of action to revitalize the retail environment in Gloucester County and overall, improve the quality of life of its residents and visitors," Sweeney said.

"We need to hear from anyone who lives, works or shops in Gloucester County," said Joseph Brigandi, Jr., Gloucester County Freeholder Liaison. "Our goal is to collect over 300 responses in each of the participating municipalities. The more responses we receive the better equipped we will be to understand how we can make Gloucester County more appealing to everyone."

Clayton, Deptford, East Greenwich, Elk, Franklin, Glassboro, Greenwich, Harrison, Logan, Mantua, Monroe, Paulsboro, Pitman, Swedesboro, West Deptford, Woodbury and Woolwich are participating in the program. These municipalities voluntarily made resolutions for support and asked to take an active role in the county's initiative.

Go to to participate in the survey.