This is the Census of the 21st century (first minute is all you need):
It happens once every ten years.Or this one:
It seeks to discover who we are and what we need.
It determines how we distribute more then $400 Billion dollars for things like schools, public works, emergency services, and senior centers.
It's the United States 2010 Census!
When you take, say, ten minutes to answer 10 questions you help our community get what it needs for, oh, the next ten years.
We can't move forward till you mail it back, 2010 Census.
Updated and bumpted (March 15, 2010):
And then there is the letter this week. Here is the text, make sure you get your money!
About one week from now, you will receive a 2010 Census form in the mail. When you receive your form, please fill it out and mail it in promptly.
Your response is important. Results from the 2010 Census will be used to help each community get its fair share of government funds for highways, schools, health facilities, and many other programs you and your neighbors need. Without a complete, accurate census, your community may not receive its fair share. Thank you in advance for your help.
Sincerely, Robert M. Groves
Director, U.S. Census Bureau