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DGCustomerFirst.com ― Take Dollar General® Survey ― Win $1,000

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The founding of the Dollar General is an interesting story that proves you can succeed in life if you work hard, even with limited education.

The first Dollar General store was founded by James Luther and his son Cal Turner on June 1, 1955 in Springfield Kentucky. The father of the founding pair, James Luther, never received a formal education, because his father died when he was young, forcing him to help out on his family farm instead of attend schooling.

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For 10 years James was a grocery traveling salesman before he bought a house with his family and settled in Kentucky. This was during America’s Great Depression, and James Luther had an enterprising mind, seeing the depression as an opportunity rather than a setback. During this time period he seized opportunity by buying and selling bankrupt general stores. His son was able to watch and learn business skills during this time period.

The father son duo opened J.L. Turner and Son Wholesale in 1939, each putting in an initial $5,000 to get the store off the ground. Their venture was very successful with over $2 million in sales by 1950. This prompted them to open the first Dollar General store in 1955, and people absolutely loved it. When sales went through the roof, they converted all their stores into Dollar Generals, and the rest, as they say, is history.

JL turner and son wholesale

In 1968, 4 years after the passing of James Luther, the company was booming with over $40 million in yearly sales, and a profit of $1.5 million a year.

The Dollar General also went public in 1968 and now has over 14,000 storefronts worldwide. In 2002, Dollar General posted $6 billion in sales, and continues to grow.

With the opening of their 13,000th store, the DGCustomerFirst team had a celebration complete with appropriately themed yellow and black balloons, as well as happy employees cutting a special celebration ribbon.

dollar general store

DG wants to make sure its customers stay happy with its great deals and service. They want to stay the #1 choice for anyone who is looking for an affordable shopping option.

To do this, the DG chain offers a DGCustomerFirst survey where customers can give the chain feedback they can use to improve future customer experience. In exchange the customer receives entry into a sweepstakes where they could win $100 gift card.

Its a win-win for everyone involved. Check out the details below:

Survey Prizes

  • Entry into sweepstakes for $100 gift card, 10 awarded per entry period

Survey Details

Coupon prize$3 off $15 coupon
Sweepstakes prize$100 gift card
# of Sweepstakes Prizes Awarded4 per entry period
LocationUS & District of Columbia
Age18+
Entry Limit per entry period1

Take The DgCustomerFirst Survey

Enter Online:

  1. You’ll need to make a purchase at a Dollar General store
  2. Save your receipt or write down the receipt code
  3. Go online to the DGCustomerFirst.com Survey Website
  4. Answer the questions and submit the online form
  5. Save the code you get at the end of the survey and you’ll be entered into the Dollar General sweepstakes with a chance to win $1,000

Enter By Mail:

No purchase needed for a mail-in entry and entry must be written by hand

  1. Handwrite your full name, email, address (no PO Box allowed), phone and birthdate on a 3.5X5″ card
  2. Mail the card to:

    Dollar General Survey Sweepstakes
    PO Box 251328 West Bloomfield MI, 48325

Survey Homepage

Here’s what to expect when you land on the survey homepage:

DGCustomerFirst Survey Homepage

Survey Rules & Eligibility

  • You must make a purchase at a Dollar General and save your receipt
  • You must take the online DGCustomerFirst.com survey to be eligible for the coupon

Sweepstakes Rules

  • No purchase necessary to enter
  • Must be a US or District of Columbia resident
  • Must be 18+ years old
  • Limit to 1 entry per person per entry periodfor the sweepstakes

View the full survey sweepstakes terms and conditions here

Sign Up For More DG Coupons Here

Here is the link where you can sign up to receive text message coupons directly from the Dollar General

Take a look at the winners list here

Contact DG

Phone: 877-463-1553

Online: Contact Form

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50 thoughts on “DGCustomerFirst.com ― Take Dollar General® Survey ― Win $1,000

  1. Filled out the survey 4 times & only was asked if I want to enter the sweepstakes. No $3.00 coupon. Why???? Have rec’d same for several months

  2. LOVED to shop at dg but now i go to Walgreens an Krogers they offer better dears for people who coupon i go to dg when i need some thing fast but i am sorry if i had one of these store close i would not shop dg again u guys r not coupon friendly any more an that what i am. Now if u become coupon friendly again i will be back my favorite store is DG an i love the 3/15 cause i love to save money

  3. Dollar General is one of my favorite stores to shop it I go there at least four to five times a week I love that store

  4. Have done so many surveys to compliment the staff that works at my local store but they never get the surveys that I do I know these surveys help them and if the SMG OR CORPATE just seem to want to pick and chose what the hear is not what these surveys are for. Please fix this so this store is recognized for the surveys they are should be getting

  5. I usually shop at dg out by rocky fork lake hillsboro,oh 45133 several times a week but today was my last time. I was treated very rudely by caitlyn , i approached her with a problem with the coke sign not ringing up right and she told me it was only on sale for a few days i asked her why the signs said it was still on sale she ripped the signs down in front of me and said now its not! I wont shop there anymore,I’ll drive in to walmart !

  6. I filed out my survey , for a chance to win a 100$ gift card, and there was no place for my name, phone number or e-mail.

  7. great customer service .Hope was very pleasant along with linda and the rest of the crew .shop there all most every day

  8. I lOVE TO SHOP AT THE DALLOR GENERAL STORES ,THEY ALL ARE THE SAME BUT HAVE DIFFERENT STUFF IN THEM AND THE SALES ARE GREAT .I CAN GET STUFF YOU GET ANY THING YOU LOOKING FOR WHEN YOU CANT FIND IT ANY WHERE ELSE AND A DEALS ARE GREAT.I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR EVERY THING .

  9. Reading DG customer comment appears their intent is truly disingenuous. Try Dollar Tree, everthing is dollar and Dollar Tree respond to customer surveys.

  10. The DG in my town is very disorganized – things all over the aisles – never neat – I love to shop there but it is a Hazard (accident waiting to happen) I’ve shopped at other DG’s and they are usually neat and organized.

  11. Hello love me some dollar general store. I’m lucky to have a choice I can go to dollar G, family Dollar,or dollar Tree . love we’re I live.The stores are right next to each other.

  12. OMG the lady / manger “Caucasian “ with glasses, dark hair I didn’t get her name, at DG on Broad Street in Forney Tx was so freaking rude just now!!! She had an attitude and didn’t want to do a freaking return !! Just kept trying to tell me the stuff I purchased was discounted!! I only wanted my money back !!

  13. Survey code 0421-8908-1199-152. I shop at the dollar general in shelburn, Indiana and Sullivan, Indiana. They both have just been remodeled and they both are organized and things are easily found the staff at both stores are very friendly and helpful

  14. I just returned home from your Dollar General Store located on Buck Creek Road in Simpsonville, KY. Much to my dismay I can not believe that the beautiful store that was built there in 2014 has gone down the way it has.. Today, I encountered (2) of the rudeness associates, a store dirty, disorganized, cluttered mess . It seems that no one there has ever cared about what could be a very profitable store for your company concerning it is a prime location for customers in that area. As for me I will never enter that store again….

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