Complete Idaho State Civic-Symphony survey and enter to win pair of tickets

POCATELLO — To help the Idaho State-Civic Symphony better serve the community, Idaho State University public relations students invite community members to participate in an online survey about the Idaho State-Civic Symphony, even if they have never attended the symphony before.

To participate in the survey, please go to https://goo.gl/1WEXSM. This quick one-minute, eight-question survey is designed to gather information about current awareness of the symphony from community members in Pocatello and its surrounding areas. Survey participants will have the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to a future symphony concert.

Students from Public Relations Programs, a course taught by communication, media and persuasion Assistant Professor Karen Hartman, are conducting research to develop a public relations campaign for the Idaho State-Civic Symphony. The resulting information will be incorporated into a campaign to increase diversity and promote attendance at symphony concerts.

The Idaho State-Civic Symphony has been a part of this community since the early 1900s, and is made up of community members, ISU faculty, staff and students. The Idaho State-Civic Symphony is in the process of rebranding hoping to promote the symphony as an inclusive event for the entire community. For more information about the project or the Idaho State-Civic Symphony, feel free to contact Ross Knight at knigherb@isu.edu.