Dear Mr. Harris,
Mr. Mark Morgan and I are planning a small dinner in honor of John Smith, Executive Vice-president and Chief Technology Officer of the American Auto Company. The dinner will be held at the Hilton Hotel, Detroit, beginning at 6.30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 15, and dress will be informal business wear.
We hope that you will be able to join us in this opportunity to meet the senior executive of the American Auto Company.
We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, January 15.
Chief Executive Officer
Dear Mr. Miles,
I am very pleased to accept your kind invitation to the dinner party in honor of John Smith, Executive Vice-president and Chief Technology Officer of the American Auto Company. It will be a great honor to meet the senior executive of one of the largest companies in our country.
Thank you very much for the invitation, and I am looking forward to seeing you in Detroit next Wednesday.
Dear Mr. Stevens,
Thank you very much for your kind invitation to the party celebrating the 24th anniversary of your company. Please accept my hearty congratulations on this remarkable occasion. We are very pleased that you have achieved great success in your sales during the past decades.
Unfortunately, my schedule in February will not allow me to attend this significant celebration. Urgent matters that cannot be rescheduled make it necessary for me to be in Berlin at that time. I certainly hope you understand the reasons preventing my attendance.
Thank you for the invitation again. I’m looking forward to the long-term smooth and close cooperation between our two corporations.