1,001 Letters for All Occasions: The Best Models for Every Business and Personal Need

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1001
LETTERS
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
The Best Models for
Every Business and Personal Need

COREY SANDLER AND JANICE KEEFE

Adams Media
Avon,Massachusetts

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - The Basics 1
  • 2 - Congratulations 11
  • 3 - Thanks 21
  • 4 - Apologies 34
  • 5 - Get Well 38
  • 6 - Condolences 42
  • 7 - Engagements, Weddings, and Births 46
  • 8 - Invitations and Requests 64
  • 9 - Friendship and Support 87
  • 10 - Entertainment 95
  • 11 - Borrowing 99
  • 12 - Travel Arrangements 103
  • 13 - Local Travel Concerns 119
  • 14 - Shopping 123
  • 15 - Quality and Warranties 136
  • 16 - Automotive Issues 142
  • 17 - School Policies 147
  • 18 - Classroom Issues 162
  • 19 - Pre-College and Job Preparation 167
  • 20 - Collegiate Matters 177
  • 21 - Medical Care 194
  • 22 - Elderly and Special Care 202
  • 23 - Health Clubs 210
  • 24 - Senior Associations 213
  • 25 - Pets 218
  • 26 - Complaints 222
  • 27 - Newspaper, Cable Television, Telephone, Utilities, and Mail 241
  • 28 - Service Calls 253
  • 29 - Names and Lists 257
  • 30 - Banking and Credit Cards 262
  • 31 - Insurance Matters 273
  • 32 - Retirement and Estate Planning 280
  • 33 - Charitable Contributions 284
  • 34 - Real Estate Matters 293
  • 35 - Apartments 299
  • 36 - Home Services 310
  • 37 - Caring for Children 315
  • 38 - Very Personal Letters 320
  • 39 - Contests 323
  • 40 - Employment Letters 325
  • 41 - Introductions and References 334
  • 42 - Legal Letters 342
  • 43 - Letters to Government Officials and Religious Leaders 355
  • 44 - Government Affairs 371
  • 45 - Political Matters 384
  • 46 - Clubs, Organizations, and Religious Institutions 395
  • 47 - Neighborhood Events 411
  • 48 - Community Fundraisers 414
  • 49 - Volunteerism 430
  • 50 - Sports Leagues 434
  • 51 - To the Editor 441
  • 52 - Radio and Television 449
  • 53 - Library Matters 453
  • 54 - Intraoffice Letters 458
  • 55 - Personal Notes to Employees 475
  • 56 - Employee Relations 480
  • 57 - Employee Suggestions and Awards 490
  • 58 - Office Social Events 496
  • 59 - Letters to Customers 500
  • 60 - Sponsorship of Community Activities 509
  • 61 - Business Services 511
  • 62 - Family Newsletter 517
  • The End 519
  • Index 521
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