Gwinnett Place CID Requests Survey Responses from Those Who
Live, Work and Play in Gwinnett Place
Duluth, GA ‐ July 5, 2017 – Now is your chance to share your opinion about Gwinnett Place! The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District (GPCID) is inviting members of the community to take its market research survey to share perceptions of the Gwinnett Place area as well as shopping and dining patterns. Survey feedback will be used to help with future planning and improvements.
“The Gwinnett Place CID wants to ensure the plans and changes we make going forward reflect the needs of the community of people who live, work and play in Gwinnett Place,” said Joe Allen, Executive Director of the Gwinnett Place CID. “More than 97,000 people live within three miles of Gwinnett Place, and 60,000 commuters work here, and their feedback is important as we work to establish it as a location where the workers and residents of Gwinnett Place stay to dine, shop and be entertained. We welcome feedback from the public.”
The five-minute, anonymous online survey will be open to Gwinnett place workers and residents through the end of the month, July 31. Please click here to participate.
About Gwinnett Place CID
The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District was founded in 2005 and its mission is to enhance the economic vitality of Gwinnett’s central business district by strengthening the area’s role as the center of commercial activity. With its proximity to the world-class Arena at Gwinnett Center venue and the Interstate 85 and Georgia Highway 316 corridors, Gwinnett Place serves as the gateway to the Atlanta region and all of Northeast Georgia. Annually, more than 8 million visitors come to Gwinnett Place seeking unique shopping experiences, an international mix of dining options and a wide array of entertainment venues.
Maggie McDaniel, on behalf of GPCID