HomeWalk feedback for @UWGLA

hi! I hate surveys so can I just tell you –
  • GREAT job on the parking and Parking Permit idea!Ssoo much better than years past.
  • Advertize more and earlier…  I did not hear bout the HomeWalk on the radio until last weekend. I should have heard about this MONTHS ago.
  • Use your social media- follow the example of @mwomack to talk about the good you do and use a universal hashtag to get HomeWalk “trending”.
  • Push that this is “pet” and “small child” friendly.
  • Make a FaceBook event – Look what Hollywood4ward did with theirs and the resulting size of their team. http://www.facebook.com/?sk=events#!/event.php?eid=170707506276889
  • have water bottles handed out at the start – and fruit – and also give them out more often along the route.
  • inform people about the information fair – and have the booths open AFTER the walk as well.
  • In the opening ceremony someone discussed the homeless people living at the freeway off ramp – did any one go visit that person living there and offer services or invite them to come to the information fair part of the HomeWalk
  • I like the photo – op trucks –
  • could you put the pylons / large poster columns along the walk earlier.
  • have some of those posters  showcase the work of the agencies you support.
  • Invite anyone who wants to “Run” the walk to be at the front of the pack and let them go a few minutes before the walkers.  – invite the charities like Give your Sole to be there to collect shoes.
  • Don’t keep encouraging people to come to the front of the stage because when the walk started, there was no flow – we were stuck in a standstill of gridlock.
  • I really like the shirts from this year, but had to choose between wearing my team’s shirt or yours . . . maybe next year my team will just have hats?

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