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“I appreciated your warm and enthusiastic greeting.
Please accept my personal gratitude.”
– consul general
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– Washington, D.C. attorney
“We would not be where are today in Indiana if not for your efforts on our behalf.”
— corp. vice president.
“The Japan-America Society of Indiana Bridges to Japan was a huge success at the Indiana State Fair thanks to your dedicated work and innovative use of traditional and social media. I wish you all the best and continued success.”
— Gregory A. Ballard, Mayor, City of Indianapolis
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– sponsor after special event
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“Good stuff – thanks for the quick turnaround” – public affairs dir.
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“This has received accolades from our leadership and foundation teams. Very well done.”
public affairs dir.
“Everyone loved the annual report!!! Thanks to all of you for your dedication in getting this to us on time” — a major youth-oriented not-for-profit
“Thanks for the great work.” corp. comm. manager
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“You’re working for one of the best in the business!” — comment from a professor to an intern.
“Thanks for all of your good advice and prep work.
Even with the nasty weather things worked out well.”
— corp. vice president