ANYONE still wanting to take part in this year’s survey of the 2012 Isle of Man TT festival has until the end of this month to make their views known.
The survey closes at the end of October and gives participants a chance to tell the organisers what they think about such issues as transport, accommodation, the race schedule and more.
Many fans have already availed themselves of the opportunity to take part in the survey which is conducted on a regular basis.
The event organisers say the feedback is used to try to improve the festival and the information is central to the event’s future.
This year’s survey can be completed on line and people are being encouraged to forward the link to family, friends and colleagues.
The survey asks participants a range of questions including when they first visited where they stayed and in what type of accommodation. It also askes them to rate their accommodation and also the entertainments on offer.
Favourite viewing points, favourite teams and favourite riders also come under scrutiny as well as the grandstand experience where answers are elicited on merchandise, catering and the beer tent.
Organisers also want to know whether visitors availed themselves of a TT programme, listened to the radio coverage and whether they would like to see live TV coverage of the racing.
They also want to find out what single improvements they would like to see organisers make to the festival.
Independent TV monitoring company Kantar Media has analysed this year’s TT TV viewing and estimated a global audience of 23.1 million people. ITV4 TT coverage was broadcast this year for the first time in in China, India, Malaysia and South East Asia. In the UK, the TT proved to be ITV4’s most popular sport broadcast,
To access the TT survey log on to http://www.iomtt.com/TT-2013/Survey.aspx Additional comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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