Shop with Green Purse PR: Looking for Female Migraine Sufferers in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland & Philadelphia

We shop with women from all over the world in order to help our clients better understand how health-conscious females think, behave, share and buy natural and organic products. We are currently recruiting participates for a unique and fun research project for a pharmaceutical company in the USA.

Our shop-along study will aim to better understand how female migraine sufferers shop for products that offer migraine relief. We want to understand if this group typically reaches for conventional over-the-counter drugs or prescriptions, homeopathic products, or other alternative forms of relief. This is not your typical focus group type of research; our project is guaranteed to be fun as it involves shopping.

Here's who we're looking to shop-along with:

  • Women who have migraine headaches in the age range of 18 - 49 years old
  • Currently reside in Washington DC metro area, Northern Virginia, Maryland or Philadelphia & can shop with us in one of those areas
  • Sometimes shop at Wegman’s, CVS, Rite Aid or Walmart for health & wellness products
  • Considers themselves healthy shoppers (buying mostly healthy, natural or organic products)
Photo Source: agourahillsmom.com

Photo Source: agourahillsmom.com

Please fill out the form below if you meet our criteria and are interested in participating. We'll review responses as they come in and get back to qualified applicants. Those who are asked to join our study, and participate, will be compensated for their time. But more awesome than that is having a chance to share your candid opinions with a leading pharmaceutical company (our client) and help make an impact in the way they connect with health-conscious female shoppers like you.

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If selected to participate, you'll be contacted by Green Purse PR's Founder & CEO, Lisa Mabe-Konstantopoulos, who will also be conducting the research with you. Lisa loves conducting this type of research and is sure to make it fun -- well as fun as talking about migraines can possibly be! 

Researcher, Lisa Mabe-Konstantopoulos, in Sydney, Australia

Researcher, Lisa Mabe-Konstantopoulos, in Sydney, Australia