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post #1 of 7 Old 01-10-2014, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Generator Survey

Honda Generator's Research & Development team is looking to interview and survey home stand-by generator customers. This is a paid opportunity for you to share your opinions and experience, and help Honda with future generator planning. To qualify, you should:

• Own a non-Honda generator of at least 3,000 watts in size.
• Use the generator for home stand-by during a power outage
• Be available for a face-to-face meeting with Honda staff in one of the selected locations and dates listed below:

January 27 - February 5

--New York City / Long Island
--New Jersey–Statewide
--Ohio–Statewide
--Chicago Area
--Hartford, Connecticut

Interested? Please email the Survey Coordinator for specifics: [email protected]

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You might have a little trouble getting respondents. I have a 20kw unit, but I'm also 6oo mi from your nearest city.
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I was smart enough to buy a Honda for standby.


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my genny is only 4000w but ohio is about an hours drive for me

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Okay, the survey team has expanded the targeted areas to include BOSTON. So, if you qualify and are in the Boston area, give Danielle the survey coordinator an email; thanks.

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Okay, the survey team has expanded the targeted areas to include BOSTON. So, if you qualify and are in the Boston area, give Danielle the survey coordinator an email; thanks.

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I just emailed them. I have a 20kW GE made by Briggs and I'm in the boston area.
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post #7 of 7 Old 01-14-2014, 12:40 PM
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I responded. I have a 14kw Generac Standby. I'm in north NJ.

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