Are you tired of trying to come up with the perfect business letter format only to sit in your office, frustrated and swearing to yourself over a simple business letter? Do you ever wonder how other people put together a letter that sounds so good that it seems to flow?
Well, believe it or not, you’re not alone. There are thousands of people, just like you, sitting in front of a monitor desperately trying to come up with the correct words and a proper format. It’s tough! If you don’t know how a business letter should sound or look, how are you supposed to put one together?
Here is a simple and effective sample template that you can use to help put together a professional grade business letter:
Charles and Sons
1800 Queens Drive, No Where Town, NC 45845
July 12, 2004
54 Timber Road
My Town, NC 45789
Dear Mr. Sanford:
On behalf of the management at Charles and Sons, I would like to thank you for your recent participation in the Golf for Kids Campaign.
Your leadership in the Golf for Kids not only helps the community but also reflects well on Charles and Sons. Civic participation is important, and we are proud of our employees when they take part in the community.
Thank you once again for all your hard work. Hats off to you!
As you can see from the example, simply add in your information where it is red. The template may not be exact to your situation but with a few minor adjustments, you can take what you need and come up with your own professional business letter.
Remember that you should be sticking to one or two topics for each business letter. I suggest you find a business letter template that closely matches that of your situation and add in your topics.