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Your return address (but not  your name) Match cover  Date the thank-you is sent Name of the recipient (always ask for a business  card, so you have the correct info) Title Address Salutation followed by a colon Dear __________: (whatever the person  asked you to call him/her) General comments about writing thank-you messages:  Sending a thank-you note is polite  business practice and may help secure your interview. You can send the message via email or  snail mail—whichever mode is most strategic considering the situation (have you been conducting  business via email so far?) and the individual (is the person a recruiter who travels a lot)? Email:  If you send the thank you note via email, you’ll likely embed the thank you message within  the body of the email message. No need to include an attachment for this message. Since the “to/
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