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Westshore Alliance conducting survey of area residents, workers

The Westshore Alliance is launching a survey to understand the area's demographics and the sentiments of those who live and work there. Pictured is Alliance president Jay Botsch. | [Courtesy of LinkedIn]

The Westshore Alliance is launching a survey to understand the area's demographics and the sentiments of those who live and work there. Pictured is Alliance president Jay Botsch. | [Courtesy of LinkedIn]

TAMPA — The Westshore Alliance is launching its first survey to understand the demographics, perceptions and activities of those who live or work in the area.

"Westshore has evolved to a vibrant work, live, play and stay community, making this a great time to learn more about the district's employees and the growing number of people who call Westshore home," Jay Botsch, Westshore Alliance president, said in a release.

Roughly 94,000 people work in Westshore, while 15,000 live there. The survey results will be released in early 2018. To access the survey, visit http://conta.cc/2yzerEW.

Westshore Alliance conducting survey of area residents, workers 10/11/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 10:55am]
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