Com140 Different Kinds of Messages

Com140 Different Kinds of Messages

  • Submitted By: roberto30
  • Date Submitted: 01/06/2010 6:37 PM
  • Category: Business
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Checkpoint different kind of messages

Informative Email:

Good morning, Mr. Mark Jackson:

My Name is Jahaira Pagan, the special projects manager at Digi Fast. I am responsible for creating, instructive pc games for childreans in between 5 and 10 years of age. I also like to particapete on giving my ideas to drive sales and production to the company. I am aware of the several vacancy’s in the office building, I would like to make a proposal to the committee, this could be a great opportunity not just for the company’s proffit but for the benefit of the team members as well.

I’m considering to design a Café, with a simple & basic schedule, a small menu, offering internet access and take out and dinning. I am aware of the obstacles that I might encounter while making my proposal. Therefor I am getting prepare with all of the information require for me to be able to answer any questions the committee might make me. Mr. Jackson, I wanted to make you aware first to ensure that you assist to my proposal presentation. If you have any questions regarding this information, please, don’t hascitate on letting me know, I will be delighted to answer it.

Jahaira Valle
Special Project Manager
Digi Fast
Phone: 314-212-8292

Possitive Email:

Good Afternoon, Steve

Hi there, I just wanted to make you aware that I send some emails to Charlotte Alexander (DigiFast’s owner) and Mark Jackson (my manager) informing my ideas and plan for the empty locations in the building. Before I send those emails, I got prepared for making a proposal and offering all of my ideas. I am so happy I just recived the information that I was looking for, they accepted my invitation for my proposal offer.

I would like to know what do you think about my project before, I present it to the committee. I have lots of ideas and I would be really delighted to get some feedback from you a person I work with and feel comfortable...

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