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Congratulations on Annual Report
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  • Express your congratulations.
  • Just a note to congratulate you and your fine firm on the completion of the acquisition of the Harper Engineering Division, which I read about in your recent annual report.
  • I’ve just read your annual report. It’s always a pleasure to learn of such success in our industry. The financial results were most impressive.
  • Congratulations on another great year so well documented in your annual report. The diversity of your projects and the scope of your activities are really impressive.
  • Thanks for sending along the annual report. Just by coincidence I bought some of your stock last week for both me and my son. We’ll be reading your future reports with great interest.
  • Althouth I’m sure you as CEO are never fully satisfied with the way things are going, you can take real pride in the kind of results that your company achieved last year. Congratulations.
  • Your recent annual report shows remarkable achievement. There are few organizations in the U.S., or in fact in the world, that are able to show the progress apparent in your report. Additionally, I think it has been achieved in one of the most difficult, highly competitive industries in the world. My sincerest best wishes.
  • Your annual report is certainly an outstanding presentation of interesting and diversified operations. I read it from cover to cover and want to compliment you and the other decision-makers on a job well done.
  • Someone obviously deserves a lot of credit for the evident stability and paced growth of earnings detailed in your latest annual report. Since the man at the top gets the blame when things go wrong, the praise for the good should belong to you as well. Sincerest congratulations.
  • I know you must be well pleased with the results reported in your latest annual report. My best wishes to you and your associates.
  • As a happy and proud stockholder, my heartiest congratulations on a fine year and quarter just past.
  • Congratulations on a successful year-end result. Your dramatic increase in earnings over the previous year is astounding. I’m afraid some of the rest of us are going to be scrambling this next year.
  • Be specific in your praise, mentioning at least one detail about the company’s achievements.
  • It appears the Casper project will present a great challenge for the coming year. Best of luck with it.
  • I am delighted to see the extent of your participation in the Asian project. You have the dedicated management and special equipment that will prove this a success.
  • I thought your letter to the shareholders was very informative; it outlined your policies very clearly with regard to the lending operations.
  • I have to say I was somewhat bemused by your taking over the treasurer’s role while you were looking for a CEO. My hat’s off to you for that three months.
  • I noted the impressive increase in new work contracted in the second quarter. This amount of backlog, with your new bidding procedures, certainly bodes well for the future.
  • I was delighted to see the new recruitment policies we discussed last year are paying off handsomely.
  • I agree with your statement that…
  • I was especially interested in some of your comments about profitable contracts and your shying away from the “monuments.” That philosophy is close to our own.
  • I want to compliment you on the quality of your stockholder and employee publications in general. I see a lot of these, and I think yours are as good as the very best, which I’m sure are in many cases much more costly to produce.
  • Congratulations to you on acquiring Spencer Inc. The transaction makes a really logical “fit.”
  • I’d like to compliment you on the brightness of your photos. The offshore pictures and the photographs of the Arctic were of particular interest to me. In fact, I felt cold all over.
  • I think your new design services will really broaden the capabilities of your company, and of course, you already have such a fine reputation in related fields.
  • Your earnings look very good indeed. I hope some of the new business and the backlog will all be profitable. Volume is important.
  • You and Frank and the others are doing a fine job, and it looks to me as though you have turned things around–particularly in the software division.
  • Be sincere; effusive flattery sounds stilted and insincere.

Example 1: Annual report achievement letters

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Dear Jean:
Congratulations on your outstanding annual report. And I don’t mean only your financial results!
The report itself is an impressive document that reflects well on your management skills. The balance of text and photographs was good. I was especially impressed with the description of your various product lines. Your company being so varied, such a series of short descriptions could easily turn into a laundry list. Instead, these descriptions molded themselves very nicely and gave the reader an excellent overview of your varied interests.
Believe me, I know how difficult such reports are to write. Congratulations again.
Sincerely,

Example 2: Annual report congratulation letters

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Dear John:
Thank you for sending me a copy of your annual report. It looks as though you had a great year and one of which you can be very proud.
I was especially interested in your emphasis on foreign operations. On a much smaller scale, of course, we have a problem at Belton determining how much we should emphasize domestic versus foreign activities. Sometime I’d like to talk that over with you.
Hope to see you soon when you’re in Atlanta again.
Sincerely,

Example 3: Sample of congratulation letter on outstanding annual report

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Dear Max:
I read your annual report with particular eagerness this time. The results you are getting are excellent, and I know this is a source of great satisfaction, particularly under the prevailing circumstances of strain and wear that seem to be the rule in most companies in the industry at this time.
It’s always a pleasure to work with you and your staff. Please call on us any time we can be of service. All good wishes.
Cordially,

Example 4: Compliment letters

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Dear Jolene:
I continue to be amazed, but also quite pleased, at the growth and performance of Hartford International, and I congratulate you most heartily on the leadership you have offered in the aerospace industry.
With every good wish for your continued success.
Sincerely yours,

Example 5: Congratulation business letters

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Dear Kenneth:
I’m glad to see your company’s results are so strong. Last year was obviously a very good year for Hadley International, and it looks like 19– will be even better.
I must confess your comment about there being “more sure profit in our backlog than at any time in the company’s history” has me a bit envious!
Cordially,

     

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