Business Lunch Invitation Wording?

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A business lunch invitation can be sent to employees, management, clients, potential customers. A person should decide how many people they would like to invite to this lunch. The body of the invitation should include the purpose of the lunch, topics that would like to be discussed, time, location, and another other important details related to the lunch. This invitation can be sent through email or in a letter. A person may want to include a RSVP card.
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There's no real easy way to do this. At the start make up some excuse about low funds, if this isn't an option just put it out there they really have no choice. Good luck!
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