Save-A-Lot is one of the oldest and most widely encountered supermarket chains in the United States of America. Founded more than 30 years ago (in 1977) by Bill Moran, the supermarket has developed so much that nowadays, there are more than 1,250 Save-A-Lot shops spread all across the U.S. Furthermore, in addition to the fact that every store will sell everything one may need in matters of groceries (from meat to liquor), there will be enough space to move around, since a typical Save-A-Lot has no less than 15,000 square feet.
More importantly than that, this is a supermarket that likes taking into account what their customers believe of them, their products and their service. As a matter of fact, this is precisely why the Save-A-Lot survey was created: to give this supermarket’s customers the chance to speak their minds. By giving your opinion, you will help them improve themselves for the future and you will get the chance to reap all the benefits of a better service.
Even more, by completing the survey, you will automatically enter a weekly sweepstakes in which you can win a gift $100. Considering the fact that this survey will definitely not take much of your time, this is a more-than-fair deal.
To be able to complete the survey you will need a computer and a fairly good connection to the Internet. Furthermore, you will also need a store number and a code that will be required at the beginning of the survey.
Steps to complete survey
- Go to http://www.savealotlistens.com.
- Choose your language and to click on the “begin survey” button.
- An image will appear on the screen and you will have to enter the text in it. Next, you will have to enter the store number and the code and to click on the “next” button.
- All that you are left to do now is to answer honestly at the questions in the survey and to follow the instructions on screen.
That was simple enough now wasn’t it. Next time you visit a Save-A-Lot store, you will know that you had a part in the feedback that improves that very store in your local community.