Please use the following templates to show your appreciation to long-time patrons, with a literal “thank you for your business.”
Example Template 1: For a Long-time B2B Customer
Company Name or Letterhead
City, State Zip
City, State Zip
Dear Mr. Hogarth:
Thank you for the June 3rd purchase of office furniture for your new office suite on Lily Court. We think the popular designs you chose will be both serviceable and attractive even after years of use by your employees. We were also pleased to accommodate your move-in date with our delivery service.
We have appreciated your repeat business through the years as we’ve watched your firm expand to include various offices around the city. So often businesses fail to get to know their good customers and hear only from those few who are displeased. That’s not the case with us. We never want to take your confidence in our furniture and custom design work and your loyalty for granted.
We appreciate your business and plan to keep on meeting your changing needs as you grow. Keep in touch, and we’ll try to make your wishes our commands.
Office Furniture R Us
Example Template 2: For a Business Partner
Dear Mr. Howard:
We at Timeless Travel want you to know that we appreciate your business and will continue to do all we can to ensure that your company receives personal and professional service from all our staff.
Our personal profiles on each traveler in your company will enable us to give you the fastest service available to meet your individual preferences, whatever they might be – from a nonsmoking hotel room to a special-colour Lincoln rental car.
We are very proud that you’ve chosen to give us your business, and we’re pleased that you’re in Las Vegas.
Example Template 3: For a Vendor
Thank you for the opportunity to do business with you this past month. I appreciate your goodwill and want to assure you of every effort to maintain your continued confidence and satisfaction in Forsync products.
If I can be of service to you in the future or to someone you know, my card is enclosed.
Helen @ Forsync
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