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Monday, March 7, 2011


About 3-4 weeks ago I took a survey for creon and they said they would send me $50. . .today a check showed up in the mail for my $50!!! Whoohoo. I am going to try to tuck it away and save it to buy some workout equipment. I am really glad I was able to participate in that survey.

I have a fun week ahead of me. Like I said my Grandparents are going to be flying into town tomorrow! I am really happy to have some family to spend time with. I watched the 7 day forecast and it's supposed to be a little cool tomorrow but then warm up to the high 60's low 70's most of the week! I am really hoping it's nice here while they are in town.

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Kayla said...

So I want to take a Creon survey for $50! What did you have to do? And how do I see if I can do it? Thanks!

Jamie said...

I honestly don't remember how I got the original information cuz It was more than 6 months ago that I first heard of the Creon survey. When I contacted them the survey was closed but they took my information for future surveys. . .and a few weeks ago I received an email inviting me to participate in the survey.

BIOTRAK: I was contacted by Christa Bales

or you can call 866-866-5856 extension 2

You can email her and see if the survey is still re-opened. Best of Luck!

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