Survey Prize: A $1,000 D&W gift card
Survey Owner: D&W Fresh Market
Survey Website: www.dwfreshmarketsurvey.com
D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Guide
It’s convenient for you to buy food as well as pharmacy in D&W Fresh Market. You can easily find them and get quality good with low price. You are now invited to show your experience through this customer survey:
- D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Sweepstakes Prize
- A $1,000 D&W gift card
- D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Sweepstakes Rules
- You don’t need to purchase anything to enter or win
- You must be a resident of Michigan and 18 years or older
- Employees are not eligible
- D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Sweepstakes Entry
- Online. Take the survey on the survey link: www.dwfreshmarketsurvey.com
- Mail. To enter without purchase, hand print your name, address, zip code, and phone number on a card and mail your entry to Spartan Stores, Inc., Attn: Consumer Satisfaction Survey Sweepstakes, GR761112, P.O. Box 8700, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49518.
- How to participate in the D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Online
- Go to the survey page: www.dwfreshmarketsurvey.com
- Enter the 18 digit survey number printed on your receipt
- Click the START button to continue
D&W Fresh Market Customer Survey Requirements and Common Issues
- You need to have a valid D&W Fresh Market receipt.
- Your D&W customer survey access code is only valid for one time access, make sure you are well prepared for the survey and finish the process as described below.
- You should have a computer with internet access and full function web browser support. Download the latest version Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
- Do not use “Back” and “Forward” button on your browser navigation bard, only use the navigation buttons on survey page, or else you may loose your survey data and can not finish it.
About D&W Fresh Market
D&W Fresh Market was founded in 1943 by Roy Woodrick and Sid DeVries. The first store was opened in Grandville, Michigan as an Independent Grocery Association (IGA) retail grocery store. It was one of the first grocery stores in Grand Rapids to sell USDA Choice Beef exclusively. In the early 1960s, DeVries and Woodrick created a new corporate entity for the operation by the name of D&W and designed the company’s signature heart logo. Bob Woodrick, Roy Woodrick’s son, became the president of D&W Food Centers in November 1967. Bob had a strong interest in racial diversity and solving racism issue during his tenure.