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Whether you’re job searching, working on your professional development, or building your career, you’ve probably been in a situation that warranted showing appreciation and gratitude. Perhaps you received a job lead and a pep talk from a former colleague. Maybe you had an informational interview with someone who has now taken you under their wing and is serving as a mentor. It might even be a family member who’s your greatest fan. Whatever the situation, one way to show gratitude is to write a thank-you note that expresses your appreciation.
Before getting into writing the content for your thank you letters, let’s ask the question, “why gratitude?” What is it about being appreciative that even makes it important? Showing gratitude is a great way to clear your mind when you are feeling overwhelmed. After moving at top speed or going through routine motions for a while, slow down the pace so you can contemplate how those around you add value to your life in some way. Knowing who you are thankful for and for what reasons can really help you strike a balance.
Like a hug, expressing appreciation typically feels good to both giver and receiver. In addition to making someone else’s day, showing gratitude packs a powerful punch of other benefits. According to studies by Robert Emmons, gratitude’s physical, psychological, and emotional perks include:
For these reasons, we suggest exploring opportunities for saying “thank you.” It doesn’t have to be reserved for after a job interview. Here are some ideas for identifying other situations worthy of a note of thanks or gratitude. The following samples are designed to help you get your inspiration flowing:
Let’s say you have a friend who’s really in-the-know about the latest job openings, and customizes what she sends you based on your interests and a strong understanding of your abilities. A thank-you note is a great way to not only show appreciation but also let them know they are really on the mark with the job leads and suggestions they give. Try a note like this:
I just wanted to share how much the job leads you send mean to me. The attention you pay to the details of each opportunity is clear to see, because the ones you send match not only my interests but my abilities. What you do is really motivating and keeps me uplifted in my job search. To know that you consider me able to do _____________ and _____________ enhances my confidence in myself. It keeps me inspired to apply for more jobs where my ________ skills can really shine. I really appreciate that you’ve taken such an interest in my job search and am grateful for the way you’ve stepped in as my personal “career sleuth!”
Why this works: In addition to expressing your appreciation, you are affirming that what your friend has sent is helpful to you, and that if they continue sending similar leads, they are on the right track.
So you got up the courage to ask someone for an informational interview, and they really took you under their wing. Maybe they went above and beyond to keep the conversation going, shared great resources, or invited you to an event that will be attended by some key hiring managers in your field…plus gave you the low-down on their typical hiring practices. What to say to show your gratitude:
Thank you for taking the time to chat with me about your career in __(industry, cause area)_ over the last few weeks. I learned so much about _____ and _______, and will be sure to check out the latest set of insights and leads you shared with me. I am so appreciative of not only the way you have taken me under your wing after our first meeting, but your generosity with your time and resources. The interest that you show in my success and development is something for which I feel very grateful.
Please know that my offer to assist with your ________ project still stands. If my skills are not the best match, I’m happy to pass along the message to my contacts in an effort to find a great volunteer!
Why this works: In addition to showing your gratitude, you are offering to assist your mentor. If your skills are not an appropriate match, showing willingness to tap into your networks is a great alternative!
Many of us have a family member who has earned the title “biggest fan.” In their eyes, no challenge is so insurmountable that we can’t overcome it and our every accomplishment is worthy of celebration and praise. Here’s an example of showing gratitude via the written word:
I wanted to take a moment to thank you for all the support you’ve shown me throughout my career, particularly during my latest __(race to a promotion, job search, unemployment fiasco)______. You’ve always been someone I could call my “biggest fan.” What means the most to me is that you do more than tell me I’m “great” at what I do, or that I’m a shoe-in for an opportunity. You take it a few steps beyond and share the reasons why you think so. Sometimes it seems like you remember my achievements even better than I do myself. I always appreciate your ability to see how my talents can make a difference and you’ve made me a believer too! After a chat with you, I always feel more confident and capable, and for that I will always be grateful.
Why this works: Keeping it warm and appreciative is a great way to strengthen familial bonds. It expresses not just appreciation but understanding of the effects your “biggest fan” has on your well-being and confidence. When they know it’s working, they are more likely to keep it up!
Whether you’ve been stumbling over an appropriate response to a workplace issue or you’ve been scrounging for the most cost-effective way to get a project completed, sometimes the help of a colleague can really make the difference. When you’ve had a colleague “save the day,” try a note like this:
When you found me sitting at my desk unproductively tapping my pen against it last week, you could have just walked on by and left me to my _(writer’s block, unresolved issue, confusion…)_. Instead, you pulled over a seat and went right to work with me. I can’t thank you enough for not only your teamwork and support, but for your vote of confidence. You really pulled me out of my work slump. I also appreciate the way you used your insights from your department to develop a really seamless solution that provides benefits all around! Knowing now how your team tackles ______, I’m happy to compare notes the next time you are working on ____________ so we can achieve similar success.
Why this works: Positive interactions with colleagues allow for a more supportive relationship that can help everyone thrive. While your co-worker may have stepped in without any expectation of you returning the favor, always take an opportunity to see your organization and its work from the perspective of another department- maybe even identify a way that you can provide insights for that area.
This person knows that talking it out might just be all you need. No unsolicited ideas or solutions, brainstorming sessions, or “I told you so’s” this friend simply lets you vent and work out your feelings. When you want to express feelings of a different kind, try something like this:
When you stopped by yesterday, you may not have known just what you were getting into by asking me how things are going. And after letting me talk for nearly an hour about __(current issue in your professional life)_____, I wanted to express my appreciation. The sympathetic way you just listened without going into “solution mode” was just what I needed. I really felt heard and understood- you have a rare gift for that! Thank you not only for being there, but for giving me exactly what I needed at the time. I can now say that after thinking “out loud”, I feel ready to tackle this issue head-on. Thank you!
Why this works: This note shows that in addition to being appreciative of the person’s time and attention, you are ready to take the “next step.” People are more inclined to help out in the way you need them to when they feel like it makes a true, lasting difference.
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I became acquainted with Idealist in late 2000 while working in the career development office at a private liberal arts college in NYC. I used it almost daily to help students and alumni find meaningful careers. After a 12-year stint in higher education, I worked as a career coach for professionals in various industries (and still used Idealist). During one of those many searches, a listing really caught my eye- the one for the newly-created position, Careers Program Coordinator. So... I jumped at the opportunity. Since then, I took on the role of Manager of Career Content for Idealist Careers, creating career content for job seekers, leaders, and other nonprofit professionals. Understanding the roles that a positive outlook and holistic self-care play in career success, I've shared with our readers time-honored methods for improving confidence and productivity. Now, as Manager of College and Professional Development, my focus is on lifting the advice from Idealist Careers "off the page". Drawing from my experience in career development, I propel job seekers and career changers towards taking control of their searches with confidence and removing fear, uncertainty, and other blocks to success via in-person workshops and seminars, webinars, and conference programming. My great loves are cooking (preferably without a recipe, otherwise I doctor it up), dancing, live cultural performances, identifying the tasting notes in a good cup of coffee, exploring neighborhoods for hidden gems, and anything else that sparks the senses and allows me to experience all the beauty, dynamism, and intrigue that vivaciously living in a remarkable world offers.
Do you get a feeling of dread when you hear someone say, 'Thank Instead of thanking them for understanding how complicated the issue is.
You've just finished a big project and you want to express your gratitude to the people who put themselves out to make it a success. But our world these days is full of meaningless expressions of thanks. We're thanked for our "patience" when we get stuck on hold, and for our "understanding" when our flights are canceled. How can you convey your thanks in a sincere way that the recipient will truly appreciate?
The most important element is this: Make a personal connection. There's a procedure to follow that will help you write the most effective note possible, but creating a personal connection is the best thing you can do in a thank-you note. Even if you have to send thank-yous to a hundred attendees at an event, try to scribble a personal sentence or two on each one, or add a short personal intro to the beginning of a mass email.
Creating that personal connection will make your thank-you note effective. Here's how to make it truly great:
Should you always write thank-you notes on paper? Nope. If you're a smart leader, you send little notes of thanks multiple times a day to people who've helped you solve problems or passed along information that you need. Email makes sense for these most of the time. But when it really counts? That's when you should pull out a nice note card or thank-you card and send it by snail mail. I've gotten thank-you notes from many people for many reasons, but it's the few I got on paper that really stand out in my mind.
Never, ever write a thank-you note, or any kind of personal note, if you don't actually feel the emotion you're expressing. People often have a sixth sense that tells them when someone isn't being genuine. If you're feeling grumpy and ungrateful, set this task aside and come back to it when you're in a better mood. If the person you're thanking messed up part of the job, offer thanks for the parts that were done well. Never, ever lie in a thank-you note.
Don't write, "Thank you for your part in making Tuesday's meeting a success." Write, "Thank you for your witty introduction of our keynote speaker that made Tuesday's meeting a success," or "Thank you for troubleshooting the A/V at Tuesday's event and helping to make sure everything ran smoothly."
Now that you've thanked recipients for what they did, add a sentence or so about how they did it. For instance, after the sentence about troubleshooting A/V, you might write: "Your knowledge about these new technologies is a real asset to our company." It's especially important to say a few kind words if someone is just learning to do something. For instance: "You seemed so poised and relaxed onstage, no one would have guessed it was your first time." Even if they screwed up, they probably did some part of the job well, so focus on that in your thank-you note.
Most people, most of the time, want to know where they stand. So if you hope to work with the recipient again on another project, of if you foresee great things in their future, now is a good time to say so: "I'm looking forward to collaborating again soon," or "Your great talents will take you far in this industry."
It's a good idea to close any personal note (and even non-personal ones) with good wishes for the recipient. It could be as simple as "I hope you have a wonderful summer." Or you could wish them luck with their current project or future career. This is also a good time to mention the person's spouse or significant other, if appropriate: "Best wishes to you and Barbara for a wonderful holiday season." If you know they're embarking on a trip or a new venture, you can wish them well with that.
It needn't be anything valuable--in fact it shouldn't be since many organizations have rules forbidding employees from accepting valuable presents. But, say, a $10 gift card to a nearby coffee place could be the perfect little add-on. Or you can get creative. One woman I collaborated with on a volunteer project sent me a written thank-you along with a small pad of sticky notes that say, "Stop me before I volunteer again." I think of her every time I use one.
The opinions expressed here by Inc.com columnists are their own, not those of Inc.com.
When helping Survivors of Terror, ATZUM is not alone. We share this privilege with our supportive friends, donors and partners. We cherish this encouragement and support which enables us to make a difference in someone’s life.
We have limited means and a great many needs to fulfill while helping the many Survivors of Terror who touch our lives.
Our assistance is crucial, leads to positive change and recovery, and is appreciated by those we help. Below are some of the recent thank-you notes we have received.
April 8, 2014
Just want to say thank you
Dear donors and devoted workers of ATZUM,
I wish to thank you for the support and help you provided, for your dedication, attention and open-minded thinking and for your readiness to help with very prompt response to requests. When Yakira heard, in addition to other needs, I had no telephone, though it was not her responsibility to do so, she volunteered to help me with this.
As I begin my studies in the rehabilitation program of Bituah Leumi, my financial situation prevents me from purchasing a laptop computer for my studies. When I turned to you for assistance, you immediately agreed and did your utmost to provide it as quickly as possible. All this was done in order to make things easier for me and point me in the direction of the light at the end of the tunnel.
Thank you for opening this door of opportunity, which is a huge step for me, and for giving me strength to persist and succeed. Thank you for everything, with blessings for a Happy and Kosher Pesach,
March 3, 2014
Shalom to the ATZUM’s education fund.
I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude for your help in financing my studies. This assistance is for us a warm and bright ray of light representing good and caring people who are attentive to the plight of others. Being that our needs are many, this aid helps us greatly. May you beblessed for your careful consideration and decision to understand and us in our endless struggle to manage the household and provide for the needs of our family.
With thanks and blessings, M and E C-Z
Dear ATZUM and Bridges to Israel,
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your help. I am currently learning mechanical engineering at Shenkar College in Ramat Aviv where I hope to succeed despite all the difficulties.
My family’s misfortune was that our father was killed when I was an infant. He was on his way to work in Tel Aviv when a terrorist from Gaza got out of a taxi and began stabbing people. The terrorist continued to stab other people which delayed their getting immediate medical treatment. My father and another man bled to death.
Now I am putting all my efforts into succeeding and bringing nachus to my mother. Thank you for all your help to our family.
Dear ATZUM and DIVOTE,
From our hearts to yours-
Thank you for the assistance you have offered to Z (age 16) to join an after school sports program.
I thank God for your being sent to help us. Your caring gives us strength.
With blessings and great feelings of gratitude.
E.F. (Her older son was grievously injured in Moment Café, Jerusalem 2003)
May 24, 2010
Dear Divote, Mrs. Cheryl and the South African community,
My name is R.S., Mother of I., age 10, K. age 8, and E. age 4. We want to thank you DIVOTE, (Mrs. Cheryl) for your generous help. With your assistance, my children are able to go to camp this summer. Thank you.
Today 24/5/2010 would have been my husband’s 33 rd birthday.
I am L. I., a first year student of education, and want to express my thanks and my deepest appreciation for your profound contribution in providing financial assistance for me to help with school. Your assistance was gratifying for . me and my family, who have a heavy economic burden in our house, and our mother who has a deteriorated physical and mental condition because of horrors caused by severe terror attacks she experienced a number of years ago.
All this contributed to a situation which caused the postponement of my education and personal advancement. Despite all the great difficulty, I decided it is time to focus on my personal needs and my future.
I chose the education profession because of the very significant impact to society.
I am at the beginning of this journey and will be busy for four years!
Hilda, Bridges to Israel and to ATZUM my gratitude to you with appreciation for your kindness.
I thank you and cherish you.
Thanks from the heart,
A letter of gratitude for your generous donation
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for your generous assistance to my university tuition fee, and tell you a little bit about myself.
I am 27 now, and nine years ago I lost my father in a terrorist attack in Amman, Jordan. This event left my mother, my brothers and I stunned and hurting. Moreover, the family’s financial situation, which was not good to begin with, has deteriorated.
I grew up in Ra’anana, a small city 20 Km. from Tel-Aviv. I completed my army service after five years as an officer in an elite intelligence unit. These days I am a 3rd year student at Tel-Aviv University. I am currently studying for LL.B. at the faculty of law with the cumulative score of 91, and for a B.A. in economics at the school of economics with the cumulative score of 95. In addition, I’m a “legal guide”, a Project of the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University in which third-year students teach first-year law students basic tools for dealing with the legal world. Furthermore, last year I took part in another faculty project in which law students teach law in junior high schools.
Today, my sister, my brother and I study in universities and try to overcome this tragedy. Your generous donation was an essential support for paying university tuition fees and helped me to keep on with my life.
I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your generous caring and giving. So that you will understand the importance of your act, I would like to offer you some background to help you understand how your generosity helped in my long recovery from my mother’s murder.
My name is R. and I am married with three small children. My mother was murdered when I was 22 years old and my eldest child, Sapir, was two years old. My second daughter was born just after the funeral. Because of my mother’s death, my life changed from one extreme to the other. I moved houses to be close to the rest of the family and help them all both physically and emotionally. Eight years later I am working to move on, self improve and build a better career as a cosmetician. I enjoy this and hope it will bring me some additional fulfillment.
With your incredible kindness your incredible kindness, I am now able to fulfill my dream and finish school. Throughout all the classes these past years,I have been worried about how I would raise the money for the books and supplies, and you were sent like an angel.
Your generosity is not just about the money, it’s about the emotional kindness and the strength you have given by believing in me. There are no words to describe my feelings when Karyn told me about your incredible assistance.
I bless you with all the goodness in the world.
Dear Atzum and Naomi of The Good Peoples Fund,
I want to thank you for all your amazing help. I am studying at the Rimon music school. Part of my studies requires that I write music and projects on special computer programs. I was unable to afford the necessary computer or piano for this.
Because of your generosity, I am now able to study and do my entire homework. My path is long and challenging but your assistance makes it easier and sweeter. I will succeed and I thank you for your part in this.
May your world be filled with good.
Dear ATZUM, Please give this to the Mitzvah Heroes Fund-
We would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your donation to us. May your paths be blessed and all your future good deeds as well.
There was no joy left in our lives until we met you (a light you are to us). May God bless you always for your kindness and caring in our time of need.
O. & A. E
Dear Bobbi (Art as Therapy fun day out) and Karyn and Gila, friends at ATZUM,
Thank you so much for organizing this unique day on behalf of women survivors of terror. I arrived for the program in a horrible emotional state after many nights without sleep, and as always carrying with me my old fears from the terror attack.
I walked into an atmosphere of warmth and felt immediately welcomed by all of you and your smiling faces. For my first session, I was greeted by Bobbi, a caring woman with welcoming arms and goodness in her eyes. I immediately felt I had come to a loving place. Bobbi inquired about me and me my life story and then listened with empathy and love. I felt that she truly cared about all I had to say. We began the art therapy seminar together. Truth be told, before I came I did not give much credit to Art as Therapy — to draw, to color, to talk about what I had created as if I were in kindergarten.
At the end of the seminar, I was surprised by the results. I entered a sad and broken soul with much fear and stress and left a different person. I completed the seminar with a smile on my face. I began to understand what I have been feeling. I felt at peace for the first time in many months. I went home and listened to the radio, sang along to the amazement of my son, and then had a restful sleep.
It‘s hard for me to believe that this Art as Therapy workshop could create such change, but that’s what happened to me! An Art as Therapy session in such a special and calming way made such an impact.
Bobbi in her calming and professional way helped me feel better and gain strength to face the many challenges ahead of me on the road to rehabilitation.
ATZUM has always been there for me, and I thank you all for this, for your caring, for your warmth, for your voice and advocacy, and for organizing this special event.
Dear Irene Victor,
We would like to thank you for the Tefillin you sent Ro’i for his Bar Mitzva.
We were very happy to receive the Tefillin. We know that the cost of Tefillin is very high and your generous gift was helpful to us.
Our financial situation hasn’t been steady since Shmuel (father of the family) was critically injured in a terror attack in Jerusalem. He hasn’t been able to work full-time since then which has challenged us financially. In addition, Iris (mother of the family) was sick as well in the past few years.
We wish you all the best and are thankful for your assistance.
With much appreciation,
MW is a young women who lost a parent in a terrorist attack. ATZUM supplied her with a computer to help facilitate her studies.
I think of ATZUM a lot. Without the computer, I wouldn’t be able to accomplish anything as it’s required for all my studies and without it I would not be able to learn. It is the best gift/help I have ever received.
It’s very hard to both work and study. With the computer I can watch a class live, send in my work… In short, the computer is a life saver for me.
Daniel Gabay, a student at the Arts and Sciences High School in Jerusalem, volunteered with ATZUM during the 2005-6 academic year. Daniel tutored a teenager whose family tragically lost two children.
In June 2007, Daniel received the school’s mathematics award of success and is going to Switzerland to represent Israel in a worldwide competition of excellent math students. Speaking at the award ceremony, Daniel said that his volunteer work with ATZUM had an important impact on his scholastic success. He said that it’s not only what one learns in the classroom that helps a person improve his or her skills but also what one does outside of the classroom.
Below is a letter from Daniel to ATZUM thanking us for giving him the opportunity to volunteer.
A year ago I met a young teenager through your organization – ATZUM. During that year I met him once a week for few hours in my school. I taught him mathematics and spoke with him about graphs and equations, but most of all I tried to simply be there for him. We became friends, and although the idea was of me teaching him, it soon became mutual.
I want to thank you and to thank the entire organization for giving me the opportunity to give something to others. Though I spoke with you only several times, I always felt free to call and ask you for some advice.
I can only hope that more people will have the opportunity to guide others, and that your organization will continue its blessed activities.
Thanks for everything,
February 14, 2007
Thank you for all the good things that you do for me. I will never forget the help that ATZUM is giving me
I want you to know that when I finish my learning it will be my pleasure and honor to join ATZUM one day in helping other people with what I am learning today.
God bless you
God bless ATZUM
June 15, 2005
Dear Precious People at ATZUM and Gracious Donors,
We wanted to express what is in our hearts:
Thank you for the donations.
Thank you for the warm caring and the deep worry –
Even if you (the donors) don’t know us personally.
On the days when the darkness is greater than the light;
On the days when it seems like all hope is lost;
On the days when we find ourselves wrestling with the most simple things in life;
In these days we found a ray of light in people: good, caring and thoughtful people that you are.
Thank you to all the donors for the donations that supported our family of eight people.
There are no words to thank you.
We pray that HaShem (God) will protect you. May you merit to do many more good deeds.
We send a special thank you to the righteous Roberta, HaShem should protect her.
The D Family
To Levi and to the Entire ATZUM Staff,
All of your acts of kindness are done with only the purest intentions. It is wonderful that you would never ignore the cries for help of anyone and that you are attuned to the concerns of even the smallest individuals who are struggling to survive. You do all that is in your power to assist those in need by bringing their concerns to the attention of those who are in a position to assist them.
I therefore want to modestly tell you how much I value the fact that you are there to listen to me and to give me help that comes out of your concern for others!
Throughout my entire complicated and difficult life, I never merited to have this love and caring. For someone whose life was so hard that loneliness came knocking on her door, I know how to value this.
I wish you a Happy Hannukah!!!
And hope that your homes will be filled with light.
With Many Thanks,
November 11, 2004
I’d first like to say that no words of gratitude can possibly express how grateful I am to you for all the help that you have given me. I can’t possibly explain how wonderful it is to meet people like you who are like an island of peace and sanity, that represent for me what the world should be like. I wish that everyone could have the opportunity to meet people like you. I’d like to specifically thank Roberta Bernstein, who accompanied me along the way since I came in contact with ATZUM, who does her work in the best fashion – even better then the best! Similarly, I’d like to thank Nomi Roth Elbert who gives me such warmth and caring.
Your assistance has helped me with my studies (through the computer that you gave to me half a year ago). The money that you gave to me to help purchase a car, was such a huge help. I hope to be able to return some of the love, warmth and caring that you gave to me through my volunteering with a family in the Sderot area. Through this volunteer experience, my car that you helped me to purchase can serve other people by giving them the same spark of light that you gave to me and continue to give to me all the time.
May you always have the ability and strength to be able to do the holy work that you do. I am thrilled that you have enabled me to volunteer and therefore I feel that I can join with your organization by giving from myself to others.
Thank you very, very much for everything!
TD (A young woman whose father was killed in a terror attack)
Righteous Among the Nations
How to Write a Letter of Appreciation. Whether you're writing to someone who went out of their way for you or acknowledging that sweater grandma gave you for.
Sending Customer thank you letters can give you
a real advantage over your competitors.
These days, consumers routinely receive automated voice mail and email messages from the businesses who serve them.
Most of these get little notice.
But handwritten thank you notes get customers' attention.
They allow you to make a more personal connection with them.
Making this kind of connection with customers will often lead to increased business and referrals.
Not a bad return, for the price of a piece of stationery, a stamp and a few minutes of your time.
Below you'll find several customer thank you letters that you can personalize for most any business client.
Dear Ms. Morrison:
I just wanted you to know that we truly enjoy working with you and feel honored to be your chosen (type of business) ex. (dry cleaner).
Your business is much appreciated, and we will do our very best to continue to meet your (type of service) needs.
Your continued patronage and suggestions are a vital part of our growth. And for that, we are most grateful.
Thanks again! We look forward to serving you for many years to come.
The growth we’ve experienced over the years is because of customers like you, who faithfully support our business.
We appreciate your trust, and we’ll do our best to continue to give you the kind of service you deserve.
Thanks again, for your business.
Dear Mr. Thompson:
We appreciate your recent order for the (name of product)
(ex. Samsung SCX digital copy machine).
We value your trust in our company, and we will do our best to meet your service expectations.
Rest assured, with its (include a few product specs), your (name of product)
will help to increase the productivity of your staff.
Your purchase also includes (______________) (ex. a standard 90 day warranty) should a problem arise.
Thanks again, for your order. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call me.
Dear Ms. Carlysle:
Thank you for taking the time to tell us why our service failed to meet your expectations.
We value your business, and would like to address your concerns as quickly as possible.
I understand your frustration, and I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience we have caused you.
Please know that I will personally be handling your case, and will be in contact with you on a regular basis, until this issue is resolved to your satisfaction.
It is my goal to restore your confidence in our company by solving this problem and preventing it from happening again.
Thank you again, for your honest feedback. I hope to have the pleasure of serving you again in the future.
Dear Ms. Williams:
We are pleased that you have chosen our showroom for your furniture purchase. We hope you are enjoying the convenience, quality, and affordability of your new futon.
Isn't it nice to have a piece of furniture that is actually two pieces in one? Even in limited space, you can offer your out-of-town guests a comfortable place to sleep.
Your new futon comes with a special one-time offer. As a special gift of thanks to you, we have ordered four beautiful throw pillows in accenting colors to your futon. They have now arrived and are ready for pick-up. Drop in any time this month to get them.
And, were you aware that we also sell coffee tables? A new shipment in many beautiful colors and elegant styles has just arrived.
I'd like to personally invite you to come and see the selection. I'm sure that we can help you find the perfect table to match your futon.
Want more customer thank you letters?
If so, check out our customer appreciation notes page.
For notes you can use in your business, please see our business thank you notes page .
If you need a quick phrase for a client thank you card, you'll find plenty of them on our business note thank you phrases page.
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