TV, OR BUBBLE BATH? New Survey Probes Factors which Influence Well-Being
Jun 09, 2015, 10:02 ET
ATLANTA, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Preliminary results in an annual survey currently underway may reveal a potential solution to consumers' poor sense of well-being: turn off the TV and get in the tub. So far, 80% of respondents watch movies or TV at least a few times per week, yet just 5% take a bubble bath in that same time frame. A key finding of the 2014 survey, conducted by national house cleaning service Maid Brigade, was that consumers rate themselves an average "C+" when it comes to their sense of well-being. This year's survey, the company's fifth annual, aims to better understand what influence certain external factors such as leisure activity, self-compassion, aspirations, empowerment, gender, age and work status may have on personal well-being. Maid Brigade uses the survey findings to expand the company's understanding of its target audience and thereby maximize its contribution to improved well-being and quality of life.
Consumers who complete the online survey before midnight on June 16th are automatically entered into a random drawing to win $1000 in house cleaning service from Maid Brigade or the cash equivalent if the winner lives outside the company's cleaning service area. The survey is roughly 25 questions and takes approximately 5 minutes to complete. Consumers who wish to participate in the study may access the link by visiting www.maidbrigade.com/survey-2015. Only one survey per consumer, please.
ABOUT MAID BRIGADE
Headquartered in Atlanta, Maid Brigade is the green cleaning industry leader with Green Clean Certified® service and has a longstanding legacy of providing quality customer service and consistent and thorough cleaning using the most advanced techniques and equipment. The company has also implemented a consumer advocacy program in response to reports from the Environmental Protection Agency linking chemicals in traditional cleaning products to a wide range of health risks. For more information visit www.maidbrigade.com or call 866-800-7434.
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