Happy Fourth of July! On this day, as we honor our soldiers and freedom fighters, let us use it as a reminder to treat one another with loyalty and respect and to work each day to be the best citizens we can be for our country.
Just a quick heads up—since we’ll be out celebratin’ the nation just like you this 4th of July, our office will be closed from [date] to [date]. But fear not—we will open back up and running on [date]. However you’re celebrating, stay safe and don’t forget the reason for the season!
Just a note to wish all of you a wonderful Independence Day. But hey—this day isn’t easy for everyone. To the friends and families of fallen soldiers: We see you. We support you. We commend you for staying strong and proud—just as your loved one would want.
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Quick tips for your 4th of July messages to clients
In the spirit of togetherness and celebration, we thought we’d reach out to you today to wish you a happy Independence Day. Stay safe, enjoy your time with friends and loved ones, and don’t forget those who made this day possible!
- Keep it short: Think Twitter length. That is, 360 characters or less.
- Stay sensitive: Put yourself in the shoes of any veterans, military members, or families of fallen soldiers in your audience. Make sure your message will sit well with them.
- Include an image or graphic: Makes all the difference! Use the images in this post or my 4th of July Instagram images or Memorial day Instagram images.
- Make it conversational. Please please please don’t use “valued customers” or write like a corporate robot. Use these examples of conversational tone for help.
The 4th of July is a time for togetherness and celebration. Well, maybe not for everyone.
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The [Company] Team