Have you been to an event lately in downtown Texarkana?  The City of Texarkana, Texas and the Texarkana Arts and Historic District want to get an idea of your thoughts about it and you could win some prizes just for filling out the survey.

They want you to fill out a short survey. this applies to anyone who has attended an event in downtown Texarkana recently.

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Economic Development Manager Lisa Thompson said in a press release:

“Whether you’ve visited our farmers’ market, attended a dance recital, or been to a concert, we need your help in submitting survey responses. This survey will help us quantify the impact our local arts and cultural events have on our overall economy. We use that information to update plans, apply for grants and continue to develop our narrative for revitalizing downtown.”

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According to the press release, the survey should only take 5 minutes if that long and it would be a great help for future planning of downtown events.  To take the survey, you can go to the survey on surveymonkey.com. You can also get to the survey by scanning the QR Code in the photo below with your smartphone camera.

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Once you fill out and submit the survey, you will be entered to win prizes including museum memberships, a goodie bag, tickets and more.

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The last time an economic impact survey was offered was in 2015.  If you'd like to see that you can go to the link below: https://www.visittexarkanadistrict.com/_files/ugd/11fc9e_becc74b07c744be0986738e96716e0d2.pdf.

If you would like to learn more about The Texarkana Arts & Historic District and all it has to offer just go to www.visittexarkanadistrict.com.

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