Take the Sealaska Engagement Survey Today!
Friday, January 27, 2023
As part of our ongoing efforts to connect with shareholders like you on important issues, Sealaska invites you to complete our 2023 Shareholder Engagement Survey. This survey is vital to understanding your priorities and meeting your expectations for how Sealaska engages with shareholders.
To take the survey, please visit www.sealaskasurvey.com to complete the survey online. You can also call to schedule a time to complete the survey by phone.
- If you are calling from Alaska: 949-341-4669
- If you are calling from the contiguous U.S.: 1-855-439-5170
You must have your unique PIN ready. Do not share your PIN with another shareholder. Your unique PIN is being sent to you by mail and email on or around Jan. 27, 2023. You can also access your unique link to the survey by visiting MySealaska.com/AboutMe.
The deadline to complete your survey is Friday, February 24, 2023. In appreciation of your time, shareholders that complete the survey will be eligible to win cash prizes. A total of 10 prizes in the amounts below will be drawn at random from the list of shareholders who complete the survey by the February 24 deadline.
- Two first-place winners of $1,000
- Four second-place winners of $500
- Four third-place winners of $250
All shareholders are invited to participate. We encourage you to assist Elders or other shareholders who may need assistance completing their survey because we want our results to reflect the opinions and priorities of all shareholders, not just those who are more comfortable with digital platforms.
We have partnered with Strategies 360, an independent, third-party research firm, to ensure that your responses are anonymous and confidential. Sealaska will not know your personal opinions and your name will not be associated with your answers in any way.
If you have any questions about this survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your survey must be received by February 24, 2023, to be eligible for door prizes and to be counted in our official results.
We greatly appreciate your participation and look forward to hearing from you.
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