The Southern Football Netball League (SFNL) have launched their second survey from the Voice of the South initiative; a series of fan engagement surveys with input from various stakeholders.
Last month’s survey on 'Operations' received an overwhelming response and the League will be working on analyzing these results to provide a comprehensive report to its fans.
This month’s survey focuses on SFNL Engagement, with a strong emphases on the digital space in which the League currently operates in. The League wants to know what you enjoy, would like to see more of, and ways in which we can improve our engagement with all stakeholders including players, officials, volunteers, umpires and supporters.
The SFNL’s vision is to remain a strong, successful and sustainable League. The SFNL wants a legacy that past, present and future generations can continue to be proud of and believes an imperative step towards achieving this is to engage with and listen to the views of as many stakeholders as possible.
The League is asking all stakeholders to take few minutes to complete the survey, which will give them the opportunity to share current thoughts and opinions with the SFNL.
They will also again reward the club that submits the most completed surveys a credit of $500 into their account, like last month’s winners, Hampton Football Netball Club.
In addition, they will again be rewarding two lucky people with a $50 gift voucher just for completing the survey.
Congratulations to Chris Dore of South Yarra FNC and Campbell of the SFL Umpires Association who were the randomly selected winners from last month's survey.
To complete the Voice of the South Engagement Survey on your PC, visit www.sfnl.com.au/vouceofthesouth
or from your mobile device http://bit.ly/VOTS2
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