Conveying Information Through E-Mails: Examples

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Emails: Two examples Routine: Subject: Holiday schedule Dear Work Out World member: Happy Thanksgiving! Please take note of our special holiday schedule for the Thanksgiving weekend. We will close early on Wednesday at 5pm, so that our staff can have additional time to prepare their Thanksgiving feasts for their families. Thursday we will be closed. Friday we will open an hour early at 6am, for a special spinning class, lead by Cheryl, for those of you who want to balance out your feasting with a good, hard workout. Regular hours will resume on Saturday. Have a wonderful holiday! Don't over-indulge too much, and hope to see you at the gym this holiday season! Goodwill: Subject: Welcome, new member! Dear new member: Thank you for choosing Work Out World! We feel confident that you will enjoy your fitness experience with us. From our weight room to our cardio theater to our fitness classes spanning from yoga to Body Pump, we know that you will be able to fulfill your fitness needs at our facility. Whether your goals are weight loss, improving your performance at your favorite sport, or simply feeling good, we are here to help you. Please ask at the front desk about our personal training services, if you would like additional assistance in achieving your fitness goals. Have a great workout! Rationale Conveying information such as a schedule change is an example of important information that is often sent via email. The first email is clearly labeled, so
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