Letter: convey negative information
Audience: Wholesale grocery distributor
Purpose:convey negative information
You work for a wholesale grocery distributer. Within the past month you have received five complaints from retailers about damaged packages, poor quality and spoiled contents.
Format really matters in this course. This is a formal letter so the inside address (where it’s going) and the senders address (where it’s coming from) ARE REQUIRED.
You can be creative with the name of the supplier and the mailing address. The person sending it should have your name and a fictional address.
In business writing, a bad-news message is a letter, memo, or email that conveys negative or unpleasant information—information that is likely to disappoint, upset, or even anger a reader. It is also called an indirect message or a negative message.
The body of your letter should be single-spaced and left-justified. There should be a blank line between paragraphs.
Write a letter to the wholesale supplier. Submit your letter for grading.write on APA
Attached is an example of a block letter format. Your letters should always have 3 paragraphs at the minimum.
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