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intelliquest.com

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Acquired | Acquired

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$0000 

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The IntelliQuest Studies are designed to measure the media habits and purchase behavior of people involved in technology-related purchasing decisions and usage. These studies are fielded year-round and released twice annually, in the spring and the fall. These studies focus on the media and technology purchasing habits of adults age 18+ within the contiguous United States.

IntelliQuest Headquarter Location

2901 Via Fortuna

Austin, Texas, 78746,

United States

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First Intelliquest adventure race will challenge mind, body

Feb 28, 2015

Published: Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 4:30 a.m. Last Modified: Friday, February 27, 2015 at 4:49 p.m. From problem-solving to yoga poses, racers in Thrive’s Intelliquest will have to complete 15 challenges of the mind, body and soul during the area’s newest adventure race. All proceeds from the May 9th race will benefit Thrive, which assists adults with mental health symptoms in Henderson and Transylvania counties overcome crisis situations and become active members of the community. “People will start in the parking lot at Frist Citizen’s Bank in downtown Hendersonville and then they will complete 15 different challenges,” Executive Director Kristen Martin said. “So for example, a mind challenge might be doing a puzzle of some sort, like a life-sized puzzle, and then a body challenge might be doing some physical activities like a wall-sit or hopscotch.” Martin said the race is designed to suit the whole family, as well as all abilities. Sponsors such as Mast General Store, Morris Broadband and Flat Rock Playhouse will each host challenges. For the soul challenges, Martin said there could be a yoga pose that the team has to master before moving on, or something involving the arts. “The Playhouse is going to do some different scenes that the team will complete together, and once you complete the challenge you’ll move on to your next one,” Martin said. “We’re pretty excited about it and we’re really excited about our sponsors that we already have signed up, and we’re creating more sponsors right now as well.” Martin said Thrive was looking to do something that was completely different and new for the community, and decided to go for a cross between a race and a scavenger hunt. “I wanted to do something that was family friendly that kids could participate in you so that we could hopefully help whole families achieve wellness,” Martin said. “We always want to work ourselves out of a job, so if they can achieve wellness even before they get to adulthood and learn some coping skills and some fun ways to handle stress, then all the better.” Martin said she expects the race to take each team between an hour and an hour and a half to complete. Each racer will get a free sandwich from Monte’s Sub Shop and a wellness bag packed with things like almond butter samples, vegetable seeds and a passport to guide them through the challenges downtown. Thrive will give out prizes throughout the race for things such as best costume or fastest team, and will release information about prizes through social media leading up to the race. The race will begin at 9 a.m. on May 9 in the First Citizen’s Parking Lot at 501 North Church St.; day-of registration begins at 8:15 a.m. Teams of four participants can register for $80 a team until April 9; after April 9, rates increase to $100 a team. For more information or to register online, visit www.thrive4health.org or call 697-1581. Reach Bindewald at 694-7890 or renee.bindewald@blueridgenow.com. First Intelliquest adventure race will challenge mind, body By RENEE BINDEWALD BlueRidgeNow.com February 27, 2015 4:49 PM <p>From problem-solving to yoga poses, racers in Thrive's Intelliquest will have to complete 15 challenges of the mind, body and soul during the area's newest adventure race.</p><p>All proceeds from the May 9th race will benefit Thrive, which assists adults with mental health symptoms in Henderson and Transylvania counties overcome crisis situations and become active members of the community.</p><p>“People will start in the parking lot at Frist Citizen's Bank in downtown Hendersonville and then they will complete 15 different challenges,” Executive Director Kristen Martin said. “So for example, a mind challenge might be doing a puzzle of some sort, like a life-sized puzzle, and then a body challenge might be doing some physical activities like a wall-sit or hopscotch.”</p><p>Martin said the race is designed to suit the whole family, as well as all abilities. Sponsors such as Mast General Store, Morris Broadband and Flat Rock Playhouse will each host challenges.</p><p>For the soul challenges, Martin said there could be a yoga pose that the team has to master before moving on, or something involving the arts. </p><p>“The Playhouse is going to do some different scenes that the team will complete together, and once you complete the challenge you'll move on to your next one,” Martin said. “We're pretty excited about it and we're really excited about our sponsors that we already have signed up, and we're creating more sponsors right now as well.” </p><p>Martin said Thrive was looking to do something that was completely different and new for the community, and decided to go for a cross between a race and a scavenger hunt. </p><p>“I wanted to do something that was family friendly that kids could participate in you so that we could hopefully help whole families achieve wellness,” Martin said. “We always want to work ourselves out of a job, so if they can achieve wellness even before they get to adulthood and learn some coping skills and some fun ways to handle stress, then all the better.”</p><p>Martin said she expects the race to take each team between an hour and an hour and a half to complete. </p><p>Each racer will get a free sandwich from Monte's Sub Shop and a wellness bag packed with things like almond butter samples, vegetable seeds and a passport to guide them through the challenges downtown. </p><p>Thrive will give out prizes throughout the race for things such as best costume or fastest team, and will release information about prizes through social media leading up to the race. </p><p>The race will begin at 9 a.m. on May 9 in the First Citizen's Parking Lot at 501 North Church St.; day-of registration begins at 8:15 a.m.</p><p>Teams of four participants can register for $80 a team until April 9; after April 9, rates increase to $100 a team. </p><p>For more information or to register online, visit www.thrive4health.org or call 697-1581.</p><p>Reach Bindewald at 694-7890 or renee.bindewald@blueridgenow.com.</p>

  • Where is IntelliQuest's headquarters?

    IntelliQuest's headquarters is located at 2901 Via Fortuna, Austin.

  • What is IntelliQuest's latest funding round?

    IntelliQuest's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of IntelliQuest?

    Investors of IntelliQuest include Austin Ventures and Silverton Partners.

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