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Old 07-20-2005, 06:24 PM   #1
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I picked this up on another RV forum. How about everyone helping these folks out.

<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> Hello RVers,

Will you please take the on-line survey that I am conducting on the effect on rv tourism of the overnight parking ban in Nova Scotia. RV overnight parking in the province is not allowed except in licensed private and public campgrounds (e.g. overnighting at a Wal-Mart parking lot or truck stop is illegal). I have undertaken to do a voluntary study (I am not paid) of the RV parking issue here in Nova Scotia. The survey is an important component of the study.

The survey is designed to capture the range of positions on RVers staying overnight in parking lots, truck stops, etc. Your viewpoints are important to the study, whether you agree with the practice, disagree, or are ambivalent. Also, your opinions are important even if you have no intention of coming to Nova Scotia. When the study is completed the results may be used by other jurisdictions when deciding if they should impose restrictions on where RVers may stay overnight.

I asked participants on the Internet groups alt.rv, rec.outdoors.rv-travel, and rv.net to
complete the survey. To date I have received about 100 responses. I would like to have a
significantly larger number of responses, however, to allow for more detailed analyses and to add credibility to the study.

The survey is anonymous; your e-mail address is not collected. The survey will take you no more than a few minutes to fill-in.

You can access the survey and accompanying documentation (details on the ban in Nova
Scotia, reason for the study, and parking lot etiquette) through my website:

http://www.geocities.com/cornwaab


Thank you.

Andrew Cornwall
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Hello RVers,

Will you please take the on-line survey that I am conducting on the effect on rv tourism of the overnight parking ban in Nova Scotia. RV overnight parking in the province is not allowed except in licensed private and public campgrounds (e.g. overnighting at a Wal-Mart parking lot or truck stop is illegal). I have undertaken to do a voluntary study (I am not paid) of the RV parking issue here in Nova Scotia. The survey is an important component of the study.

The survey is designed to capture the range of positions on RVers staying overnight in parking lots, truck stops, etc. Your viewpoints are important to the study, whether you agree with the practice, disagree, or are ambivalent. Also, your opinions are important even if you have no intention of coming to Nova Scotia. When the study is completed the results may be used by other jurisdictions when deciding if they should impose restrictions on where RVers may stay overnight.

I asked participants on the Internet groups alt.rv, rec.outdoors.rv-travel, and rv.net to
complete the survey. To date I have received about 100 responses. I would like to have a
significantly larger number of responses, however, to allow for more detailed analyses and to add credibility to the study.

The survey is anonymous; your e-mail address is not collected. The survey will take you no more than a few minutes to fill-in.

You can access the survey and accompanying documentation (details on the ban in Nova
Scotia, reason for the study, and parking lot etiquette) through my website:

http://www.geocities.com/cornwaab


Thank you.

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