Dear (Mr./Mrs./Miss/Ms.) followed by last name,
In your introductory paragraph, explain your reason for writing. Quickly get to the point by introducing yourself and explaining that you are writing in support of a person, product, company, etc.
The main body of your endorsement letter should offer reasons and substantiate your endorsement. Explain what the person/company/product did for you or your business, how they benefitted your company, increased sales, solved your networking needs, etc. If the endorsement is for employee reasons, include details about the person’s employment with you or your knowledge of their skills, accomplishments and qualifications.
In closing, state your recommendation of the person/company/product once again, and suggest that the recipient consider your endorsement. Offer your contact information so that the recipient may contact you with any further questions or enquiries.
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Be sure to sign your name directly above the typed signature. Proofread your document for spelling or grammar errors, and to make sure that all information contained in the letter is correct. The tips and guidelines above will help you create an endorsement letter that is clearly and professionally written.