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Data for my MSc Dissertation (Brand Attitude)

Hi everyone,

I am carrying out some research for my MSc Dissertation, looking at consumer attitudes towards running trainer brands. If you could spare a few seconds of your time and complete the survey via the link below that would be a great help.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LqzzCUM93V8HiU_2bndExcMw_3d_3d

If you prefer you can email me your responses to: [email protected]

Kindest Regards,

Matthew Earland (Kingston University - Sport Management MSc)

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  • Many thanks to those who have responded so far. You have been a great help

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  • Hey Matt



    You may have to keep adding something on here for a few days so your post stays towards the top and people see it - and so it doesn't get pushed to page 2 because of the spam!!



    My suggestions would be a) joke of the day, b) an interesting fact about shoes!!! c) a random, yet funny fact that will make people smile!
  • How to make your running shoes last longer

    1.) Buy two pairs. Alternating trainers lets them dry between workouts, reducing the bacteria that causes smell and decay.

    2.) Invest in removable liners. They provide cusgioning and keep your shoes from rotting (for the reason noted above).

    3.) Run on soft surfaces like grass and dirt instead of pavement. Your trainers will look dirtier, but they'll last longer.

    4.) Dont throw your trainers in the washing machine or dryer. They can shrink, lose their shape or come unglued.
  • Many Thanks to those of you who have completed the short questions.

    For those who have yet to complete it and can spare a few seconds here's the link again:



    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LqzzCUM93V8HiU_2bndExcMw_3d_3d





    Many Thanks,



    Matt (Kingston University Student)
  • Thanks to all those who have completed the survey so far. It is very quick and easy to complete. Those who have yet to complete the survey, please spend a few seconds of your time. You will helping me greatly in my dissertation.



    Many Thanks,



    Matt
  • Just want to say a big thanks to those of you who have completed the survey so far. I will let evryone know the outcome of the study and the journals it will be published in.



    For those who haven't yet completed the short survey. It can be accessed via the following link:



    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LqzzCUM93V8HiU_2bndExcMw_3d_3d





    Many Thanks,



    Matt (Kingston University - Sport Management MSc)

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