A few weeks ago, I received an invitation to take part in a survey via email. The survey was for Lunds and Byerly's. The target audience for this survey appears to be consumers who are Lunds and Byerly's shoppers, a convenience sample due to the fact that they have already provided their contact information to the company. Unfortunately, when I clucked the link to the survey it had already been closed.
This is a great example of a survey that likely had a low nonresponse error rate. The survey closed earlier than expected due to the unexpected willingness to respond from participants.
Lunds and Byerly's survey invitation: Survey