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Checkpoint: Short case Organization Page 1 University of Phoenix December 6, 2011
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Checkpoint: Short case Organization Page 2 216 N. Falls Street, Lansing, Michigan 49251 1(800) 695-6981 – www.naturalspring.com December 6, 2011 To: Senior Management Department From: ---- Subject: Water contamination To all senior management at Natural Spring Water INC understanding the most recent incident that has occurred within our company is vital. An ex-employee of our company has entered in a chemical agent in which has contaminated about 120,000 bottles of spring water. Since our most recent advertisement and marketing team has promoted our fresh spring water, some of these bottles have already been shipped out and are in stores. My strategy to relieve our company of this stress is to make the consumers aware of this
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Unformatted text preview: chemical agent, and explain to them how it has been mixed with the spring water. Making our consumers aware that this chemical agent is only present in minute amounts and those customers would have to ingest the water in excess of 10 gallons of water per day, over a long period of time. I also want to make it known that any customers that have purchased this water will receive a one time slip offering them with a free gallon of our spring water with fluoride. This will create an understanding of how much we appreciate our customers. I hope that we have all came to an understanding with this situation and that we will only be moving forward from here on out. Thanks-1(800) 695-4220...
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