Business Invitation Letter
June 12, 2012
Mr. Paul Peterson
2516 Oak Road
Boulder, CO 80012
Dear Mr. Paul Peterson:
I would like to extend an invitation to you as well as a guest of your choice to attend a dinner in your honor at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel and Resort on Friday, October 22, beginning at 7:00 pm.
Please complete the enclosed card by October 15.
We are looking forward to a amazing evening to bring in the new team and spirit that will carry our company into the future.
John R. Smith
Chief Financial Officer
December 2, 2012
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Davidson
210 Franklin Avenue
Boston, MA 90123
It would be my privilege to have you and Mary be my personal guests at our annual Christmas Party on December 22, 2012, at 7:00 p.m.
This years celebration will be held on the roof top of the Hilton Towers which will provide an excellent view of the entire city.
The dinner menu will offer you a choice of prime rib or salmon. Please R.S.V.P. to Jodi Samuels at 456-9701 before December 19th.
I truly look forward to having you there.
Daniel T. Williamson
President and CEO
The key to an invitation is to be brief but personal. Unless of course it is a general invitation to hundreds of individuals.
The point behind a formal invitation is to show the importance of the event. Just like a wedding or graduation where a formal invitation is sent even to the closest of family members.
This will make people feel important and adds a since of class to the event.
Take advantage of the event!