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  • Sample Letter of Business Closure

    How to close a business: Just one step in company closure or business closure is to send a letter notifying your clients and customers that you are going out of business. You should also notify your suppliers and other business associates so they are aware as well.

  • Sample Letter of Business Closure - Purpose

    The actual purpose of the letter of business closure is to make everyone aware of your company closure, to thank them for their business or services (as is the case with suppliers and other associates), and tell them anything they may need to do as a resule of your business closure. This is the professional way to close business, and you do want to be professional in how you handle it.

  • Sample Letter of Business Closure - Next

    Here's a sample letter of business closure: Dear Customer: (or Customer's name if possible) We will be closing ABC Foods Company on May 1, 2009. Thank you for your continued patronage over the years. We truly appreciate having had the opportunity to serve you. (New Paragraph)If you need to contact us for any reason, please do so before May 1, 2009. Again, thank you for your support over the past ten years. Sincerely, Mary Smith, Owner, ABC Foods Company.

  • Sample Letter of Business Closure - Step 4

    You can also include a paragraph on what, if anything, customers need to do as a result of your company closure. For example, if it was a drycleaner, customers would need to pick up their items by a particular date (or an appliance repair business). Also explain what will happen to items not claimed by a particular date (such as they will be donated to charity). You don't want people calling you for months at home after you've closed your business - for any reason.

Tips & Warnings

  • Sample Letter of Business Closure Hint: Send letters to suppliers and creditors at least 60 days prior to business closure. Letters to customers should be sent at least one month prior to the day you'll be closing your doors to give then some notice.
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