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Hotel Reservation Letter

Linda R. Williams 4295 Maxwell Farm Road Chico, CA 95928 To: Mario M. Delosreyes Manager 5 Star Pacific Hotel 4873 Oak Ridge Drive Benton, MO 63736 November 15, 2010 Ref: Reservation for a Non-Smoking Deluxe Hotel Room Dear Mr. Delosreyes I write this letter to ask you to please reserve me a non-smoking deluxe room for me and my wife on the 21st of November until the 28th of the same month this year. Please do charge my credit card for the Initial payment that is needed. Can you also include whatever discounts that I can avail for my early reservation incase you have. My Master Card Number: 5287 0700 7552 3510 Exact Name on the Card: Linda R. Williams The Expiration Date: 6/2014 Thank you for your immediate attention and I look forward for your confirmation regarding my reservation. Thank you very much. Yours Truly, Linda R. Williams 530-899-5024

Sample letter of appointment Sally Mae Brokeland, Idaho Dear Sally, We are pleased to inform you that you have been selected for the position of investment manager at Sunrise Investments! We had many qualified candidates, but you seemed to be the best fit for our growing organization! Your job appointment will begin on Monday, July 1st at 8am. You will receive the salary of $30,000 per annum, along with any possible bonuses. You will be given one month of paid leave per year, and will have the use of a company car! We look forward to hearing back from you to accept this position! Sincerely, Sunrise Investments


Retirement Party for Mr Alexander Dowie This is to inform you that Dr Alex Dowie our Director of the IT Department is retiring on January 23, 2013. Dr Dowie joined our company 20 years back when the company was in its initial years and was trying to make its place among the top ranked companies in the Mortgage Industry. Ever since then, he has positively contributed towards the success of this company. We were never short of his advice when it was most needed and his leadership and faith in his fellow colleagues has always been exemplary. In order to say a formal Good Bye and to wish him luck for a relaxed retired life, a farewell dinner is organized by the company at Ramdas Hotel, 45 Johnson st, kingston, Ontario on 23 January, 2013.

You and your spouse are all invited to grace this occasion and express your best wishes to Dr Dowie in person. Kindly RSVP by responding to this email with the name of your guest by 15th of January.


Sample Appreciation Letter Your Name Your Address Your City, State, Zip Code Your Phone Number Your Email Date Name Title Organization Address City, State, Zip Code Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name, Thank you for taking the time to talk with me today. I sincerely appreciate the time you spent reviewing my career goals and recommending strategies for achieving them. Your advice was very helpful and gave me a new perspective on available opportunities. I especially appreciate your offer to connect me to others in your network. I plan on following up with the contacts you emailed me right away. I will also use the online networking resources you recommended to further my job search. Any additional suggestions you may have would be welcome. I'll update you as my search progresses. Again, thank you so much for your help. I greatly appreciate the assistance you have provided me. Best Regards, Your Name

SAMPLE FOR CONGRATZZ Elizabeth Hanson 12 First Avenue New York, NY

Dear Tom,

Words really fail to express my joy at the news of your selection as Administration Officer at XYZ Corp. Your selection was however no surprise because a man of your caliber and intelligence was bound to fare excellently sooner or later.

An Administration Officer's post in XYZ Corp. is one of the most highly prized posts in our country, both from the point of view of emoluments and the wide and quick opportunities for promotion. A person selected on this post at such a young age as yours, stands a chance of reaching the highest post in the officer's cadre in XYZ Corp. It is an added pleasure for us all that the place of your posting is just at a distance of 15 miles from our city, and we can always expect to see you almost every week.

We all send you our heartiest congratulations and best wishes.

Yours sincerely,


Dear Margaretta, I was so sorry to hear about the death of your sister. I know how close you were to her, not just as sisters, but also as best friends. I am so sad for your loss. While nothing that I can say will make you feel better at this time, I would like you to know that I am here for you and available if you need me. A family death brings a lot of new responsibilities and I can help. Is there anything that you have hanging over your head at work that we can help you out on? Well be happy to pitch in here, too. Just let us know. Again, my deepest sympathy to you and your family during this sorrowful time. Please let me know how I can help. Warmly, Janet

Sample Letter #2: Request a favor [Letter Date]

[Recipients Name] [Address line 1] [Address line 2] [State, ZIP Code]

Greetings! My name is Rebecca Keuben and I am organizing this year's Autumn Charity Dinner. While going over my options in terms of contacts to get in touch with regarding some of the supplies that we will be needing, I remembered last year's Valentines Banquet where you provided the organizers with beautiful garden tables, which I feel would also be perfect for this event.

I was hoping that you would be kind enough to allow us to use those said tables for our dinner. We will only have a maximum of 75 guests, and thus feel that we will need approximately 35-40 tables. I can take care of the delivery and pick up, so you won't need to worry about that. I hope that you can get in touch with me soon at 333-3333 to let me know if you can give in to my request. Thank you very much.


[Senders Name] [Senders Title]

Letter of Introduction Sample Dear Bob, (this type of letter is typically sent to someone you know well) I'm writing to introduce you to Janice Dolan. I know Janice through the Brandon Theater Group, where, as you know, I am the technical director. Janice and I worked together on several local theater projects. Janice is interested in relocating to the San Francisco area in the near future and would appreciate any recommendations you could offer her for conducting a job search for a theater position and any help you can provide with the logistics of relocating to California. I've attached her resume for your review and you can contact her at janicedolan@email.com or 555-555-5555. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide. Sincerely, Your Signature

Letter Sample for Employment Reference Sample reference letter written by an employer. To whom it may concern: I would like to recommend Sharon Doe as a candidate for a position with your organization. In her position as Staff Assistant, Sharon was employed in our office from 2006 - 2012. Sharon did an excellent job in this position and was an asset to our organization during her tenure with the office. She has excellent written and verbal communication skills, is extremely organized, can work independently and is able to follow through to ensure that the job gets done. During her tenure with XXXX, Sharon was responsible for supervising the department office assistants. These assistants, under Sharon's management, were responsible for many of the office's basic administrative and clerical functions. Sharon effectively scheduled and managed several assistants to maintain efficient office operations. Sharon was always willing to offer her assistance and had an excellent rapport with the many constituents served by our office including clients, employers, and other professional organizations. She would be an asset to any employer and I recommend her for any endeavor she chooses to pursue. Yours truly, Jane Smith

SAMPLE LONG LETTER OF INQUIRY The Virtual Community Group, Inc. 17 Park Road Rural Town, NH July 1, 1995 Jane Smith, Executive Director Xavier Foundation 555 S. Smith St. Washington, D.C. 22222 Dear Ms. Smith, I am writing to inquire whether the Xavier Foundation would invite a proposal from the Virtual Community Group, Inc., requesting an investment of $50,000 per year over two years to support our Enterprise 2000 initiative. This grant would provide part of the funds needed for us to train at least 1200 low-income entrepreneurs in rural New Hampshire in the computer skills they need to create sustainable businesses as we enter the twenty-first century. Your literature indicates that the Xavier Foundation is searching for innovative ideas to improve the lives of the rural poor; we believe Enterprise 2000 falls well within your area of interest. Information technologies are a promising solution to one of the primary obstacles facing the small rural enterprise: the geographic distances which inhibit networking with other businesses, and which segregate them from a larger marketplace. The Internet and other networks are now making it possible for entrepreneurs even in the most remote locations to communicate and do business on a region-wide, national, or even international basis. Working in conjunction with other organizations, Enterprise 2000 gives program participants technical skills training adapted to individual need; and, in

collaboration with organizations which recondition and redistribute used computers, we also assure that they obtain the necessary computer hardware, at low or no cost. We believe that broadly-implemented technical skills programs such as Enterprise 2000 have the potential to transform the lives of many struggling entrepreneurs, and change the economic landscape of impoverished rural communities. Unlike many poverty alleviation initiatives, all of the Virtual Community Group programs are predicated on the assumption that these entrepreneurs already have 90% of what it takes to compete in the marketplace -- intelligence, ambition, initiative, and talent. After two years of experimentation and program development, the Virtual Community Group has fashioned a superb, easily replicable model in Enterprise 2000, and established a high degree of credibility among community groups, policy makers, and funders. With your support, we can make that 10% difference in the lives of these hard-working people and the future of our rural communities. Please feel free to call me with any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely, Executive Director