Accepting an Invitation?

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When writing a letter accepting an invitation to an event or speaking engagement, the letter should be brief as well as timely. The body of the letter should address three important issues. It should first inform the inviting party of the appreciation that is felt upon receiving the request. There should also be a brief section outlining the confirmation of the details of the event including the date and time. Outlining the event will allow the invitee to place the person on the guest list and shows an understanding of what is going to be happening. The last part of the letter should inform the invitee that the person will be attending.
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