VACCHO Survey: Aboriginal sugary drinks ad, being broadcast on NITV!

 

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Our national survey for the sugary drinks campaign is now live! We would love for you to complete this survey and let us know what you think.  The survey asks for your thoughts on the Aboriginal sugary drinks ad, which is being broadcast on NITV!

Looking for your opinion to see if these campaigns are important for Aboriginal people!

Click here to tell us what you think

Let’s try and spread this far and wide so we can really capture what the Community thinks!

The link to the Aboriginal sugary drinks ad is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtdEuhPxaFE
 
The mainstream sugary drinks ad (the survey also asks about this) is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKPWVXD2uMA

About the survey:

VACCHO and Cancer Council have been working together to develop public health campaigns for Aboriginal community members.  We warmly invite you to take part in a survey that will help us to continue to plan and improve public health campaigns for Aboriginal people.

Have you seen the sugary drinks ad on NITV?  What do you think of the ad?

Please let us know by completing the short survey above!  Even if you haven’t seen the ad, your feedback is extremely valuable.

The survey should take around 15 minutes to complete and we greatly appreciate your time and value your opinions.

Click hereto open link to survey which closes Monday 23rd November.

Please pass on to your networks!

Warm Regards,

Jill Gallagher AO

Chief Executive Officer

 

 

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