Have your say to your Kiting association
YOUR SPORT NEEDS YOU!
Kiteboarding Australia is set to undertake the most comprehensive research carried out in Australia on all things kiteboarding and we’re calling on all kiters to have their say via a survey.
The survey results will be used to better understand kiting participation around the country and find out what's important to our kiting community. In addition, it will help with us advocate on challenges like Beach Access and make informed decisions aimed at promoting our sport on a national scale. The survey is holistic and will look into different aspects of our sport which will help us understand the sport better to help plan for the future.
Whether you're a KA member or not, we’re calling on ALL KITERS' support to help us gain an insight into kiteboarding in Australia; so when you receive the survey please choose to participate. Please allow more than a few minutes to complete the survey, there is some detail to the questions.
What's in it for you?
By completing the survey you will automatically go into the draw to win an awesome, brand new F-One Bandit and Dakine Harness valued at $2000. The survey closes on 19/11/2018 at 5pm AEST, so make sure you have your say to be in it to win!
Thank you in anticipation of your support – your valuable input will give Kiteboarding Australia the best chance to develop a bright future for our sport
Get amongst the survey here at : www.surveymonkey.com/r/B3C3YSG
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