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Response to Congratulation





Guidelines : Response to Congratulation

Responding to Congratulations

Guidelines and Alternate Phrases

  • Thank the reader for his or her thoughtfulness in taking the time to recognize the achievement or mention the occasion.
  • Thanks so much for taking the time to drop me your kind note.
  • How thoughtful of you to write about the Draper Award.
  • Your note about the Draper Award was particularly special to me.
  • The primary benefit of publishing that article was to hear from old friends like you—thanks so much for writing.
  • You’re always so thoughtful to take note of what others are doing in the industry.
  • Your letter came today. Thank you so much for recognizing our efforts toward the Fullerton cause. I do think it’s a worthy effort on the part of the community here.
  • With your busy travel schedule, how did you ever find time to drop me a note about this special time in my life? Thanks so much for thinking of me.
  • You have such class—how nice of you to write me about the sales record.
  • Thanks for your vote of confidence. From your kind words, it’s too bad you weren’t on the award selection committee years ago!
  • Avoid “telling your story” about the achievement or distinction. Be modest.
  • As you well know, such work is not the result of solo efforts.
  • We all had a part in the results; I simply was the one lucky enough to be singled out this time.
  • It was a team effort, I can assure you.
  • As you may have guessed, I had much support from our organization.
  • From the very beginning, your advice and direction were invaluable in turning me on to this job.
  • Colleagues like you make the work so worthwhile.
  • If appropriate, extend your own hospitality or wish for further contact.
  • Maybe we can visit further when you have the time.
  • Would you call me when you get caught up from your travels?
  • Please feel free to drop in on me whenever you’re here in the area.
  • Let me know when you have time to chat about your own situation.
  • Perhaps we can get together before too long. I’ll be in touch.
  • Give me a call when you have the time to sit down for a long visit.
  • I welcome any further ideas from you on the subject: your insights have been invaluable to me in the past.

Example 1: Response to Congratulation

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
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Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Mr. Hightower:

Thank you for the kind comments in your recent letter about my new responsibilities at Sitco, Inc. There have always been giants in the industry such as you who have led the way for the inroads the rest of us are now making.

Thank you for your thoughtfulness in writing. Perhaps you’ll let me call on you again for advice in this new position.

Sincerely,

Example 2: Reply to congratulation letters

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
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Dear Virginia:

Thank you so much for your nice note about the Draper Award. The recognition takes on another special meaning when colleagues like you are so complimentary and supportive. I’d love to renew our acquaintance with a luncheon date when you’re in town again.

Sincerely,

Example 3: Response to congratulation letters

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
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Dear Matthew:

How nice of you to take the time to write about seeing the Futura article on our company. We just hope that report is a prophet. Best wishes to you and your staff also, and keep me posted on how the Middle East project shapes up.

Cordially,

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