Research into the Purchase Patterns of Running Shoes – Online Survey

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G’day everyone, there’s a research about running shoe design going on at RMIT University in Melbourne and the guys doing the research would love to find out some information from Australian runners. If you run and you are living in Australia, and if you have 10 minutes to spare (to fill up a survey), you could be in the running to win a new pair of shoes!

Anyway, here are the official details:

Dear Sir/Madam,

We would like to invite you to again assist researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne with our investigations into the design of running shoes. In this survey phase, we are collecting information about the shoe purchasing decisions and running habits of Australian runners. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. All participants who complete the survey will be eligible to win one of three pairs of new running shoes, drawn at random.

We would greatly appreciate if you could undertake the survey at the link below, and also forward the link below to your colleagues, friends and fitness/running club members who enjoy running at any level.

http://runningshoepurchasinghabits.surveyanalytics.com

If you require further information in relation to this online survey or our running shoe research, please contact Dr. Patrick Clifton (patrick.clifton@rmit.edu.au) at the School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University. We thank you in advance for your continued help and interest in our research.

Kind Regards,

Dr. Patrick Clifton
Research Associate and Principal Project Investigator

Good luck!!

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About Julian Chua

Mechanical engineer. Found an interest in applying engineering and technology in sports. Worked for a bit in manufacturing & product development. Dabbled in some electronics and programming. Miraculously got into a PhD along the way. Finds research interesting but leans towards the application side of things. Generally enjoys developing solutions or trouble-shooting issues in technology for sports applications. Now also attempting to combine product design & development with sports/medical technology. Runs or kayaks in spare time. Tweets as @julrx.

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