Peninsula News Review phone audit coming up in April

Saanich Peninsula residents can expect calls; are you getting your PNR?

SAANICH PENINSULA — Have you been getting your Peninsula News Review?

That’s the subject of an automated telephone audit during the week of April 3 to 10 on the Saanich Peninsula.

Residents may receive a phone call from an automated service with a U.S. phone number, asking about the delivery of your Peninsula News Review. This is not a spam call, but a survey to verify paper delivery in our area.

The survey is part of an Island-wide circulation audit for Black Press community newspapers and is being run by Alliance for Audited Media, a non-profit, member-based organization that provides independently verified data and information services.

Households that are called will be asked if they receive their Peninsula News Review on Wednesday and Friday. “Live” follow up calls will be made to households where there is no answer or a hang-up.

For more information, contact the PNR’s Circulation Co-ordinator, Sarah Dodd, at 250-480-3208.

— Black Press

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