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Cover Letter Thanks and Clarify

Job Offer Clarification

100 Campus Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056
April 23, 20XX

Mr. J. B. Price
Personnel Manager
Golden Enterprises, Inc.
P.O. Box 675
Columbus, OH 43701

Dear Mr. Price:

I want to thank you for extending an offer to work with Golden Enterprises, Inc. Before
I can make a decision regarding this position as a sales trainee with your company, I need
some clarification on the following two points.

First, I would appreciate it if you could advise me as to where I will be initially assigned.
While I am aware that the majority of your sales trainees begin in the Columbus and
Cleveland offices of Golden Enterprises, I am unclear about my potential placement.

A second consideration is that of salary. You indicated an annual salary of $33,500;
however, I would appreciate it if you would advise me as to when I can expect to be
converted to a straight commission.

Finally, I must add that this position requires exactly the kind of work I want to do. I
trust that clarification of these two points will make your offer all the more attractive.

I look forward to hearing from you before May 10th.

Sincerely yours,

Mary Miami

Post-Interview Thank-You 

9066 Butternut Street
Apartment B
Oxford, OH 45056
April 29, 20XX

Ms. Katherine Ortiz
Director of Development
WLMR-Channel 57
10659 Columbia Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45219

Dear Ms. Ortiz:

Thank you for the opportunity to meet with you to discuss the Assistant Director of
Development position at WMLR-Channel 57. I enjoyed our interview very much.

This opportunity sounds exciting and challenging for someone with my energy level and
commitment to public television. The Assistant Director of Development position offers
an experience ideally suited for someone with my skills and abilities.

I would be happy to provide any additional information you may need regarding my

Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely yours,

Laurie Jones