Dear [Ms./Mrs./Mr. Last name],
We are excited to be in the running to bag your contract to supply flowers and fruit baskets to your chain of hotels for the 2012-2014 financial years.
As our presentation last week must have made you aware, we are the West Coast's leading flowers and fruits business.
We employ 8,248 employees in 39 locations. If we bag your contract, we will be required to hire 984 more employees and extend our operations to 14 more locations. This, in turn, will provide indirect employment to 12,893 men and women in California, Oregon, Washington, and even faraway Hawaii.
We are also fortunate to have many other hospitality businesses as our clients. The hotels, restaurants, country clubs, and the like we now serve number 97.
Our founder Antonio de la Salvador started the flowers and fruit baskets business in his native Mexico way back in 1840. He moved his business to California at the end of the US-Mexican War.
His great-great-grandson now heads this $38 billion business, which makes us the #3 supplier of flowers and fruits in the world in terms of revenue.
Following your request to provide more favorable pricing, we are now pleased to inform you that instead of cutting the price the board has decided to freeze the pricing for the entire duration of the contract, regardless of the expenses we may incur in the bargain.
We are looking forward to bagging the contract very soon.
Meanwhile, please acknowledge this letter by getting in touch with the undersigned, who will also answer any questions you may have.
Thank you for your time.