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Sample Letters: Follow Up To And Thank You For Meeting

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Follow Up To And Thank You For Meeting

FOLLOW UP TO AND THANK YOU FOR MEETING

[Date]


[NAME, COMPANY AND ADDRESS, ex.
Tom Atkinson
COMPANY Inc.
14 Edith Street,
Hackney West,
ZIP POST CODE]

Dear [NAME, ex. Tom Atkinson],

It was a pleasure to meet with you on [DATE, ex. Monday]. I would like to thank you for the opportunity to [STATE WHAT YOU ACCOMPLISHED, ex. show you how the Magnaflux compressor can significantly reduce costs at your manufacturing plants].

[STATE WHAT YOU WILL NOW DO AND WHY, ex. As you requested, I will immediately forward to you a copy of the A35 compressorís schematic. I will also send you some literature, including testimonials from our customers, which I am certain will interest you.

[STATE WHEN AND HOW YOU WILL NEXT GET IN TOUCH, ex. I will call you at the end of this week to see whether you have any additional questions or concerns.] In the meantime, feel free to contact me at XXX-XXXX at any time.

I am looking forward to speaking with you soon.

Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Tony Montana]

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