Sample Reunion Letters

 

Sample Reunion Letters - How to compile a reunion letter.


Sample reunion letters - letters are frequently written to announce class reunions, family reunions and employee reunions. When writing a reunion letter, keep everyone reading to the last line by putting energy and enthusiasm into your writing. The purpose of the letter is to sell the need for the recipient to show up to the reunion and reunite with old coworkers, classmates or family members.

Start the letter by providing all the contact information needed. Explain the purpose of the letter such as celebrating the 25th anniversary after graduation. Include sample reunion lettersthe location where the event will be held, the time and the date.

The letter should also clearly state what actions the letter recipient has to take. Most often, the attendants will be required to RSVP a certain amount of time in advance. A deposit to help cover the cost of the event is also typically requested. You also want the letter to explain the type of event being held such as a simple luncheon or a formal dinner party. The recipient will also need to know if guests are allowed and if so, how many.

Think about this audience as you set the tone for your letter and try to include wording or language that will remind the audience of the good memories they shared and convince them to come. For example, if writing a 25th anniversary letter you might want to mention your championship winning basketball team or the funny senior prank you pulled.

Retired or past staff get togethers. They are important ambassadors of the company. Keep in touch and ensure that they stay positive about the company.

You can also have a reunion for employees who worked on an important project. They can be shown updates on how the project progressed.

 

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