The LEGO Group is currently running an interesting and engaging survey asking about your oldest LEGO set and its journey. The survey was created by a team in LEGO’s sustainability department that is looking to learn more about the experiences a LEGO set will go through during its lifetime. The results of this survey will help their internal teams understand the lifecycle of a LEGO set. Below are the details.
“Here at the LEGO Group, we are interested in learning about the different environments that a LEGO set will experience in its lifetime. Will it be displayed, rebuilt multiple times, kept in a box, or something completely different? Please take this survey to help us understand the journey that the oldest LEGO set currently in your home has gone through. The results of this survey will help different internal teams with understanding environmental factors that will impact a product during its lifetime.” Below are the links to the survey in English and German.
- LEGO Survey: The Journey of Your Oldest LEGO Set – English
- LEGO Survey: The Journey of Your Oldest LEGO Set – German
We in the LEGO Group, are constantly fascinated by and grateful to our consumers for their support and growing relationships. As children are our role models, so is every single LEGO user – a shining star that is iconic and should not be overlooked. Therefore, we are reaching out to you, hoping to learn more about the past, present, and future of the oldest LEGO set you have currently at home. Firstly, we will start by asking some general questions about you. Later we will fully focus on drawing the journey together with you. So let’s get started! (This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.)
What do you think? How did you like the survey? And what’s the oldest LEGO set you wrote about? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!