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mrbray101
03-27-2006, 08:10 PM
I am making a newsletter type of thing to send out to all my customers. It basically is saying that I will be mowing more frequently, advertising mulch and spring clean ups, and thanking them.

For some reason I cant think of what to put as the intro. Dear ____________. Dear customers or clients doesnt sound right. How do you greet them if the letter is generic going to all of your accounts? Thanks, sorry for the dubm question.

sheshovel
03-27-2006, 08:12 PM
Well "Dear" dosen't sound right.

Cut2TheQuick
03-27-2006, 08:23 PM
How about something like "To our valued customers:"

grandview (2006)
03-27-2006, 08:26 PM
What about cut and paste each customer ?

mrbray101
03-27-2006, 08:30 PM
How about something like "To our valued customers:"
Yeah I guess I'll use that. I just could not really put it together. I'm not an idiot I promise. This is the first time I have sent out any type of letter to everyone like this. Thanks for the help.

Green-Pro
03-27-2006, 08:34 PM
I always use Dear valued customer.

I don't think it sounds bad or unprofessional but thats JMO.

mrbray101
03-27-2006, 08:39 PM
I always use Dear valued customer.

I don't think it sounds bad or unprofessional but thats JMO.

That is what I went with. Thanks for the help.

Cut2TheQuick
03-27-2006, 08:49 PM
If you have your customers in some kind of spreadsheet or table it is really not all that hard to create a mail merge in something like Word so that all of the newsletters are personalized. If can help walk you through if you wanted to do something like this.

mrbray101
03-27-2006, 08:52 PM
Thats alright, I appreciate it though. I really do not have that many accounts that it would be difficult to do.

Billz
03-27-2006, 10:22 PM
I agree, use their names. A more personal letter always make them feel like they matter.

dcondon
03-27-2006, 10:30 PM
I agree, use their names. A more personal letter always make them feel like they matter.

I would include there names also. It makes it sound more close to the client. JMO