How do you write a letter of endorsement?

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There are 6 things that you should do when you write a letter of endorsement. First, You want to state the name of the person that you are endorsing. Second, you want to state the reason why you are endorsing this person. Third, you want to state how long you have known this person, and any good qualities that make them great for this endorsement. Fourth, you want to include a time frame in which events should take place, if needed.
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