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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by XtreemGreen, Jun 24, 2007.
Letting them know that I'm re-naming my business.. Need some help on how to word it..
Please note i have not done this but if i were to i would say:
Dear Valued Customer,
OLD NAME HERE Has been honored to serve you. From this point foward you will continue to receive the same great services and reliable work ;However, we will now be called NEW NAME HERE. If you have any questions,coments, or concerns, fell free to contact me YOUR NAME,OR CONTACT PERSON HERE at 111-1111.
Dear _____ Family,
_____ has been happy to serve you, however as our company's needs change and grow, we will now be called _____. You will still receive the kind, dependable work that we offer, but under a different name.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us at _____.
I send out "how are we doing" letters from time to time " 2 x a year "
I use much stronger words... superiour quaility, Excellent service,
2nd to none.
Just my 2cents worth.
I would put together a flyer format "introducing" the new name and include a promo or special in it with all your contact info and your new artwork/logo. You could say formerly known as... or we've changed our name.
Or watch TV..... Comcast, AT&T, Cingular are allways changing there names.
watch how they do it.......