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Sample letters to suppliers Letter (a): Initial notification Dear Sir, E-procurement Change of Business Address Announcement Letter This package contains (1).

One of the critical parts of a successful commercial move is the business relocation letter. The letter serves as official notice of the move for customers, vendors, business partners, and anyone else that interacts with your company. Effectively planning, writing, and delivering a business relocation letter can help everything from office moving to industrial moving go as smoothly as possible.

Develop a Plan Early

The first step to writing and delivering an effective business relocation letter is to develop a plan. You may not realize it at first, but even something that seems as simple as a business relocation letter is actually somewhat involved if you want to pull it off effectively.

Develop your plan at least six weeks prior to your move date. That should give you enough time to perform all of the following functions before you distribute your letter.

Deliver your business relocation letter three weeks prior to your move date. Three weeks’ notice should be plenty of time for customers, vendors, and other individuals and organizations that your share business relationships with to note the change of address and update their records.

Once you’ve figured out the calendar dates you can start building your mailing list.

Build Your Mailing List(s)

The first component of your plan should be to build your mailing list or lists. After all, you’re going to want to make sure everyone who needs to know about your commercial move is adequately informed. To do that, you’ll need to determine who to contact and how to contact them, whether through postal mail, email, or both.

Determine Who to Contact

Companies usually interact with several different kinds of individuals and organizations, including customers, vendors, and business partners. When you’re planning on moving your business you may want to consider crafting a business relocation letter for each target audience.

For example, you may want to let your customers know why you’re moving your business. If you’re moving your business so you can have a bigger warehouse for inventory or a more central location for retail shoppers, your customers may benefit from knowing the details. This information can also be used to deliver a subtle brand message about improving your ability to serve them more quickly or conveniently.

Or you may want to let vendors and business partners know that you’re moving for positive reasons, to assuage any assumptions that you’re moving locations to save a buck because things are tight. “Business is so good that we’re expanding and moving our location to accommodate our growth” is a simple message that answers questions and delivers positive reinforcement.

Ultimately, whether you craft a separate message for each target audience, and what messaging you might want to include, boils down to several factors, including time and whether you think something like that is even necessary. Many companies simply craft one letter and mail it to everyone they need to contact. If that’s the best plan for you, do it.

Determine How to Contact Them

The next step is determining how you’re going to contact the individuals and organizations on your mailing list. The options for your business relocation letter are postal mail and email.

You’re also going to want to reach out to people on your website and through social media, depending on how you engage folks, but we’ll cross that bridge later.

Gather All Your Current and Future Contact Information

Grab a sheet of paper and write down all of your company’s current and future contact information:

  • Street address
  • Mailing address, if a PO Box or somehow different from street address
  • Phone number(s)
  • Fax number(s)
  • Email address(es)
  • Website URL
  • Social media accounts

Once you determine how you’re going to contact your mailing list(s) and gather all your company’s contact information, you’re ready to sit down and start writing your business relocation letter.

Start Writing Your Letter

When you write your business relocation letter, make sure you do two things:

  1. Include all your contact information, even if it’s not changing
  2. Keep it short

Contact information is valuable, so make sure those on your mailing list have all of it. Even if one or more pieces of your information won’t change, such as may be the case in an on-site campus move, you should still include it in your business relocation letter. That way folks on your mailing list can choose to update any holes they have regarding you contact information. And you may end up enabling someone to reach out to you in a way they hadn’t tried before, like through social media.

And make sure you’re concise. Your readers need to get the pertinent information, along with any messaging, quickly and clearly.

How to Construct Your Business Relocation Letter

When writing your letter, include the following items, in order:

  • Company name and current mailing information
  • Salutation
  • Introductory paragraph, including any downtime and closure/re-open dates due to moving
  • Follow-up paragraph, including any changes in service due to moving
  • New contact information that will take effect after the move
  • Current contact information that will not change
  • Closing paragraph
  • Signature

Deliver Your Business Relocation Letter

After you write your business relocation letter, make sure you mail or email it three weeks before your move date.

Some businesses have the capability to handle the production, postage, and mailing of the letters (or the email production and blast) themselves. If not, there are other companies that can handle the entire process for you.

Syndicate Your Business Relocation Letter

When you mail your business relocation letter, make sure to syndicate the information if doing so could be beneficial. Syndication means posting information from the letter on your website and using whatever social media channels you have to announce the move and start a conversation or drive traffic back to your website, where they can read about the move in more detail.

Syndicating your letter will maximize your chances of reaching customers or others that may not have been on your mailing list and maybe even generate some buzz or conversation about your business and its pending move. Just make sure that if you start a conversation about your move on your website or social media that you participate in the conversation.

Syndication is ideal for some companies and overkill for others. It depends on your business and how you engage customers, vendors, and business partners. If you don’t have the time, resources, or need, you can avoid this step entirely.

Sample Business Relocation Letter

Here’s a sample business relocation letter that takes into account everything we’ve talked about. It’s just an example, so feel free to use it as a template that you can customize for your own letter:

Company Name
[Current Street Address][Current City, Current State] [Current ZIP]

Dear [Firstname Lastname/Organization],

Business is so good that we’re expanding and moving our location to accommodate our growth. We will close our office Friday, April 4, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. to begin the moving process and will re-open at our new location Monday, April 7 at 8:30 a.m.

Our business, including website, email, and telephones, will be fully operational during the moving process and you will not experience any changes or delays in service, production, or shipping during that time.

Please update your records with our new contact information:

Company Name
[Street Address] [City, State] [ZIP] [Telephone] [Fax]

Our other contact information will remain the same:

Website: [website URL] Email: [email address] Facebook: [Facebook page name] LinkedIn: [LinkedIn page name] Twitter: [Twitter handle]

As a valued [customer, vendor, business partner] we thank you for taking the time to update your records. Please feel free to contact us at [phone number] with any questions.


Ready To Make The Move?

Let us handle your relocation needs so that you can keep working.

Very formal (for official business letters) Use only when you do not know to whom you must address the letter, for example, when writing to an institution.

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This page will teach you the how to properly format a business letter, as well as provide a wealth of examples, templates, and writing guides to help you write yours.

Table of Contents

  1. Business Letter Examples
  2. Sample Business Letter Template
  3. Business Letter Format & Writing Guide

1. Business Letter Examples: Common & Career-Specific Types

We’ve provided extensive how-to guides for writing the following common examples of business letters. Just click the images below to download our free letter templates.

2. Sample Business Letter Template

The business world is filled with intricate behavior guidelines and overly formal communication styles. A business letter allows multiple parties to exchange relevant information professionally. It can also be more impactful to a reader than an email, due its formalized structure, content, and tone.

Our general business letter template can be used for any kind of professional communication/correspondence, including cover letters and letters of interest. Simply decide if you want a letterhead, click the download button, and let our template guide you through the writing process.

Business Letter Template: Click to Read in Text Format

Business Letter Format – Without Letterhead (Text Format)

[1234 Street Address]

[City, State, Zip]

[Email Address]


[Today’s Date]


[Addressee Name]

[Addressee Title]

[Company Name]

[1234 Street Address]

[City, State, Zip]


Dear [Name],

In this paragraph, deliver a friendly and clear introduction. State the main point of the letter here. Keep this section short and to the point.

In this paragraph, explain the importance of the main point by providing compelling and persuasive reasoning.

In this paragraph, continue to provide background information to back up your reasons. You can use facts, data, and other quantifiable metrics to support your claim.

Close by restating the main point of the letter, and if you can, include a call to action.




[Your Signature]

[Your Name]

3. Formal Business Letter Format & Writing Guide

When it comes to how to format a letter, you need to pay attention to the format of both the page and the content. Both are essential for creating the professional look that is the foundation of any proper business letter.

Page Format – 5 Key Rules

Before you begin writing, decide which layout you want to use. There are two common formatting styles: block and modified block. The block format has a left-aligned address and closing, while those in the modified block are right-aligned. While the block format is used more often, both are acceptable for a formal letter.

The following are the standard rules that should be adhered to when formatting the page of a formal letter:

1. Alignment:

All proper business letters should be left-aligned, any other type of alignment is considered unacceptable in most professional settings.

2. Spacing:

Your letter should be single-spaced. In addition, there should be a space between the date, address, salutation, and each paragraph. Include four line breaks between the closing and your printed name to leave space for your signature.

3. Font:

The standard font style is Times New Roman, size 12. However, you can use other sans-serif fonts such as Helvetica, Arial, Courier, or Geneva, also at size 12. Sans-serif fonts have been credited with increased readability because of their balanced typeface.

4. Lines:

When using a letterhead, be sure to add a horizontal line underneath it. You can refer to our letters above to see some examples.

5. Margins:

Keep your margins between 1 to 1.5 inches. Generally speaking, 1-inch margins are the most widely accepted format for professionals.

If you want to be taken seriously, make sure all of your punctuation is used correctly.

Content Format & How To Write a Business Letter

The following tips cover all the parts of a business letter in order from top to bottom.

Part 1 (a). Letterhead – Formal Letter Format

Most professional business letters include a letterhead – which is comprised of your name, address, phone number, and email address. 

Letterheads are meant to make your letter unique, as well as help verify its authenticity to the recipient. Likewise, you can include your company’s logo on the letterhead for brand recognition and a more trustworthy appearance.

Check out the example letterheads below — both of which are acceptable methods for displaying your name and contact information. For more ideas, you can check out ourcover letter templates. See the letterhead sample:

Part 1 (b). No Letterhead – Formal Letter Format

Using a letterhead is always preferable when writing a business letter. However, if you decide to not use one, you must use the following format to maintain a professional appearance:

  • Write your contact information on the top left of the page, just above the date.
  • Do NOT include your name in this section — when selecting this style, it simply looks better to sign off with your name at the end of the letter.
  • Only include your street address, city, state, and zip code.
  • Double check our business letter sample to make sure yours is perfect.

Example of format when not using a letterhead:

Part 2. Date

The date should be the day on which you completed the letter, written in standard U.S. format (eg. October 28, 2017). It should be written underneath the letterhead, or underneath the address on the top left of the page.

Part 3. Addressee – How to Address a Letter in 4 Steps

Write the recipient’s (or “addressee’s”) address on the top left side underneath the date. Begin with the name of the addressee on the first line. Some research may be necessary to find the name (LinkedIn, the company’s website, even Google search are all great tools).

  • Step 1: Address them properly as Ms., Mrs., or Mr. Also, make sure to include their title — such as Dr. — if it applies.
  • Step 2: Beneath their name, write their current title. If you are unsure what their title is, do the necessary research to find out if possible. If they have no title, leave it blank.
  • Step 3: Include the name of their company underneath their title.
  • Step 4: Write out their company’s street address, city, state, and zip code. If they are located outside the United States, include the country name after the city.

Even if you’re sending your letter as an email attachment, you should still include the address to maintain a professional appearance.

Part 4. Salutation

The salutation you will use depends on the title of your addressee, your familiarity with them, and also the context of the letter.

If you are familiar with the addressee, then use their first name (unless they have specifically asked you otherwise).

  • If the addressee has earned a Ph.D. or an MD, then refer to them as Dr. (or Professor).
  • Military titles such as General, Colonel, Major, etc., should be honored as such.
  • If you do not know the contact person or you are addressing a group, use an appropriate salutation such as Sir or Madam, Hiring Manager, Director of Human Resources, Members of the [Name] Committee (hiring committee, organizing committee, acceptance committee), Board of Directors.

When it comes to salutations, it is always better to err on the side of caution and be polite as possible.

Part 5. Body

The body of the letter is located underneath the salutation, and is the field where you get down to business and discuss the reason you’re reaching out to this person. Usually, the body includes several strategic paragraphs meant to inform, persuade, and convey gratitude.

  1. In the first paragraph, get to your point quickly and state it concisely in the first line. Do not wait until the second paragraph to tell your audience what your main point is – they most likely won’t get that far.
  2. In the second paragraph, use evidence and persuasive reasoning to justify your main point. If needed, use an extra paragraph to further support your point via empirical evidence.
  3. The closing paragraph should restate the point of the letter, and most importantly, include a call to action. A call to action is a passage that compels your reader to do something. Ask yourself, “what do I want my reader to do right after reading this letter?

Examples of calls to action:

  • Please call me at [phone #] or email me at [email address] at your earliest convenience.”
  • Please get in touch with me at your earliest convenience to schedule a meeting.”
  • Please let me know how I may be of assistance during this period.”

Part 6. Closing

You should always close with a positive sign-off, such as “Thank you,” “Sincerely,” or “Respectfully.” Remember to only capitalize the first word of this closing  line, and to leave four lines of space between the closing line and your typed name to make room for your signature.

Part 7. Enclosure

An enclosure note is an often neglected aspect of letter writing in the digital era. In fact, not many people actually know what ‘enclosure’ means. When you write “enclosure” in any letter you’re implying that another document is attached to the file.

Think of it as something akin to a “see attachment” note in an email. It alerts the reader to another part of your correspondence – and helps prevent them from overlooking a crucial document.

The image below shows where the word “enclosure” should be placed:

6. Conclusion

Knowing how to write a business letter is a fundamental skill for your professional life. A proper one will have most or all of the elements mentioned above. Be sure to carefully review the grammar, spelling, and format of your business letter numerous times before you send it out, to avoid leaving a poor first impression with your correspondent.

Looking for some more ideas on how to write a letter? Our experts have written of guides on how to write various types of formal letters. Check out our comprehensive letter of recommendation sample libraryfor more inspiration!

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Business Letter Format: Templates, Examples, & Writing Guide

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When you are applying for a job, how you format your cover letter is important because the letter is one of the first impressions you'll make on an employer. In fact, how you format your letter is almost as important as what you write in it. A cover letter that is formatted incorrectly, or is difficult to read, can quickly eliminate you from the pool of candidates, so it's critical to pay just as much attention to the formatting of your letter as to its content.

Remember, "formatting" includes factors such as page margins, font type and size, line, paragraph and section spacing, and document type. For example, a letter without the correct spacing between paragraphs, or with too much text on a page, is going to look cluttered, or a letter saved as a file type that is not meant for a text document (such as a .jpg or a .png) may prevent the reader from opening and viewing it. 

Adhering to typical standards in formatting is especially important considering that communication skills are important in nearly every field, and failing to compose a readable cover letter will certainly not inspire confidence in your abilities. On the other hand, a cover letter that is saved correctly and uses sufficient white space, a simple, reasonably sized font, and an appropriate salutation and closing will make a positive impression on your potential employers.

Here's information on cover letter formatting guidelines including setting page margins, choosing a font style and size, paragraph and section spacing, and more tips on how to format cover letters for employment.

Cover Letter Format Example

Employer Contact Information (if you have it)
City, State Zip Code

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name,

  • Cover Letter Greeting Examples: Note: If you do not have a contact name, you can skip the salutation entirely. Or, you can use Dear Hiring Manager, To Whom It May Concern, or one of the other examples listed in the link. Ideally, you will be able to address your cover letter to a specific person. Doing research can help you figure out who is the most appropriate person to receive the letter. Note: If you do not know the gender of your contact, you can write out the person's full name, e.g., "Dear Cory Smith"or "Dear Jordan Parish."

Body of Cover Letter
The body of your cover letter lets the employer know what position you are applying for, why the employer should select you for an interview, and how you will follow-up. Organize the body of your cover letter into the following paragraphs:

  • First Paragraph
    The first paragraph of your letter should include information on why you are writing. Mention the position you are applying for and where you found the job listing. Include the name of a mutual contact, if you have one.
  • Middle Paragraph(s)
    The next section of your cover letter should describe what you have to offer the employer. Mention specifically how your qualifications match the job you are applying for. Think of this section of the cover letter as where you're making a pitch for your fit as an employee and show what makes you a great candidate.
  • Make the connection between your qualifications and the job requirements clear. Use this section to interpret your resume—don't repeat from it verbatim.
  • Final Paragraph 
    Conclude your cover letter by thanking the employer for considering you for the position. Include information on how you will follow-up. Optionally, you can briefly restate why you would be a good fit for the position.

Complimentary Close
Respectfully yours,

Handwritten Signature (for a hard copy letter)

The Easiest Way to Format a Cover Letter

The easiest way to format a letter is to write the letter first, then format it. Once you have all the content (contact information, why you are applying and qualified, signature, etc.) on the page, you can then easily adjust the margins, font, and alignment. Here's an overview of each section.

  • Contact Section: How you include your contact information will vary based on how you are sending your cover letter. If you are uploading or mailing a letter, put the information at the top of the page. With an email cover letter, your contact information should be below your signature.
  • Employer Address: How you address the cover letter will depend on how much information you have about the employer. 
  • Salutation: A salutation is the greeting you include at the beginning of a cover letter. Here's how to write a salutation, including what to use if you don't have the name of a contact person to list.
  • Body: The body of a cover letter includes the sections where you explain why you are interested in and qualified for the job for which you are applying. Here's what to include in each section or your letter.
  • Paragraphs and Bulleted Lists: A more traditional cover letter contains written paragraphs describing your qualifications.
  • Closings: When you're writing a cover letter or sending an email message to apply for a job it's important to close your cover letter in a professional manner. Here's how to close your letter with class.

Formatting Options for Cover Letters

Here are some formatting tips to keep in mind when you are writing your letter:

  • Email versus hard copy: The example letter above is formatted for a printed out hard copy. If you are emailing your cover letter, you'll need to pay particular attention to the subject line of your email. See more tips for formatting your email cover letter.
  • Font choices: The details count when it comes to cover letters, so choose a professional font in a 10 or 12 point size. This is no time to break out emoticons or emojis!
  • Spacing: Your letter should be single-spaced. Include a space between every paragraph, and in general, a space between each section of the letter. (That is, there should be a space between the address and the date, and then again between the date and the salutation.) In an email cover letter, where many sections are left off, you will want to include a space between the salutation and between each paragraph, and another space before your complimentary close. 
  • Proofreading: Remember that note about details counting in cover letters? Make sure to avoid errors by carefully proofreading your letter. Use your word processor's spell check to catch common errors, and then consider reading your letter aloud—or having a friend review it—to catch additional errors. Here are guidelines for proofreading your cover letter.

Sample Cover Letter

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Sample Cover Letter (Text Version)

Molly Smith
21 Spring Street
Anycity, NY 12000

August 1, 2018

John Brown
Sales Manager
Acme Corp.
321 Main Street
Anycity, NY 12000

Dear Mr. Brown,

I wish to apply for the sales position advertised on Monster.com. Terry Johnson suggested that I contact you directly, as we have worked together, and he felt that I would be a good fit with your team.

For the past two years I have been working in sales for Goodman & Co.. I have consistently exceeded my targets and I was recognized last quarter for outstanding service. As an avid cyclist and user of many of your products, I'm aware that Acme Corp. is a company with tremendous potential. I am confident that my experience, communication skills, and ability to convey product benefits effectively would enable me to excel in the sales role.

I would be delighted to discuss with you how I might be an asset to the Acme Corp. sales team. Thank you for your consideration; I look forward to hearing from you.

Respectfully yours,

Molly Smith

Keep in mind that employers will be more interested in what you can do for them over a list of your work experience.

Of course, if you have worked in a service industry, it’s best to recount a personal time when you were able to provide service above and beyond what the customer expected.

Sample letters to announce a new business location. Our new address is Main Street, Springfield, Kansas. Our telephone and fax numbers remain the.

A page full of sample addresses for your parsing enjoyment!

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A page full of sample addresses for your parsing enjoyment!

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    711-2880 Nulla St.
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    (257) 563-7401
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    Frederick Nebraska 20620
    (372) 587-2335
  • Celeste Slater
    606-3727 Ullamcorper. Street
    Roseville NH 11523
    (786) 713-8616
  • Theodore Lowe
    Ap #867-859 Sit Rd.
    Azusa New York 39531
    (793) 151-6230
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    7292 Dictum Av.
    San Antonio MI 47096
    (492) 709-6392
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    Ap #651-8679 Sodales Av.
    Tamuning PA 10855
    (654) 393-5734
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    191-103 Integer Rd.
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    (404) 960-3807
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    P.O. Box 887 2508 Dolor. Av.
    Muskegon KY 12482
    (314) 244-6306
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    511-5762 At Rd.
    Chelsea MI 67708
    (947) 278-5929
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    935-9940 Tortor. Street
    Santa Rosa MN 98804
    (684) 579-1879
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    P.O. Box 929 4189 Nunc Road
    Lebanon KY 69409
    (389) 737-2852
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    5587 Nunc. Avenue
    Erie Rhode Island 24975
    (660) 663-4518
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    Ap #696-3279 Viverra. Avenue
    Latrobe DE 38100
    (608) 265-2215
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    P.O. Box 132 1599 Curabitur Rd.
    Bandera South Dakota 45149
    (959) 119-8364
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    347-7666 Iaculis St.
    Woodruff SC 49854
    (468) 353-2641
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    666-4366 Lacinia Avenue
    Idaho Falls Ohio 19253
    (248) 675-4007
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    P.O. Box 147 2546 Sociosqu Rd.
    Bethlehem Utah 02913
    (939) 353-1107
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    557-6308 Lacinia Road
    San Bernardino ND 09289
    (570) 873-7090
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    Ap #285-7193 Ullamcorper Avenue
    Amesbury HI 93373
    (302) 259-2375
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    5543 Aliquet St.
    Fort Dodge GA 20783
    (717) 450-4729
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    5037 Diam Rd.
    Daly City Ohio 90255
    (453) 391-4650
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    6351 Fringilla Avenue
    Gardena Colorado 37547
    (559) 104-5475
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    935-1670 Neque. St.
    Centennial Delaware 48432
    (387) 142-9434
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    414-7533 Non Rd.
    Miami Beach North Dakota 58563
    (516) 745-4496
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    778-9383 Suspendisse Av.
    Weirton IN 93479
    (326) 677-3419
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    P.O. Box 360 4407 Et Rd.
    Santa Monica FL 30309
    (746) 679-2470
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    P.O. Box 813 5982 Sit Ave
    Liberal Vermont 51324
    (455) 430-0989
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    P.O. Box 886 4118 Arcu St.
    Rolling Hills Georgia 92358
    (490) 936-4694
  • Nevada Ware
    P.O. Box 597 4156 Tincidunt Ave
    Green Bay Indiana 19759
    (985) 834-8285
  • Margaret Joseph
    P.O. Box 508 3919 Gravida St.
    Tamuning Washington 55797
    (662) 661-1446
  • Edward Nieves
    928-3313 Vel Av.
    Idaho Falls Rhode Island 37232
    (802) 668-8240
  • Imani Talley
    P.O. Box 262 4978 Sit St.
    Yigo Massachusetts 50654
    (477) 768-9247
  • Bertha Riggs
    P.O. Box 206 6639 In St.
    Easthampton TN 31626
    (791) 239-9057
  • Wallace Ross
    313 Pellentesque Ave
    Villa Park Hawaii 43526
    (832) 109-0213
  • Chester Bennett
    3476 Aliquet. Ave
    Minot AZ 95302
    (837) 196-3274
  • Castor Richardson
    P.O. Box 902 3472 Ullamcorper Street
    Lynchburg DC 29738
    (268) 442-2428
  • Sonya Jordan
    Ap #443-336 Ullamcorper. Street
    Visalia VA 54886
    (850) 676-5117
  • Harrison Mcguire
    574-8633 Arcu Street
    San Fernando ID 77373
    (861) 546-5032
  • Malcolm Long
    9291 Proin Road
    Lake Charles Maine 11292
    (176) 805-4108
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    Ap #643-7006 Risus St.
    Beaumont New Mexico 73585
    (715) 912-6931
  • Hedley Ingram
    737-2580 At Street
    Independence Texas 87535
    (993) 554-0563
  • David Mathews
    1011 Malesuada Road
    Moscow Kentucky 77382
    (357) 616-5411
  • Xyla Cash
    969-1762 Tincidunt Rd.
    Boise CT 35282
    (121) 347-0086
  • Madeline Gregory
    977-4841 Ut Ave
    Walla Walla Michigan 82776
    (304) 506-6314
  • Griffith Daniels
    6818 Eget St.
    Tacoma AL 92508
    (425) 288-2332
  • Anne Beasley
    987-4223 Urna St.
    Savannah Illinois 85794
    (145) 987-4962
  • Chaney Bennett
    P.O. Box 721 902 Dolor Rd.
    Fremont AK 19408
    (187) 582-9707
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    P.O. Box 567 1561 Duis Rd.
    Pomona TN 08609
    (750) 558-3965
  • Willow Hunt
    Ap #784-1887 Lobortis Ave
    Cudahy Ohio 31522
    (492) 467-3131
  • Judith Floyd
    361-7936 Feugiat St.
    Williston Nevada 58521
    (774) 914-2510
  • Seth Farley
    6216 Aenean Avenue
    Seattle Utah 81202
    (888) 106-8550
  • Zephania Sanders
    3714 Nascetur St.
    Hawthorne Louisiana 10626
    (539) 567-3573
  • Calista Merritt
    Ap #938-5470 Posuere Ave
    Chickasha LA 58520
    (693) 337-2849
  • Craig Williams
    P.O. Box 372 5634 Montes Rd.
    Springdale MO 57692
    (545) 604-9386
  • Lee Preston
    981 Eget Rd.
    Clemson GA 04645
    (221) 156-5026
  • Katelyn Cooper
    6059 Sollicitudin Road
    Burlingame Colorado 26278
    (414) 876-0865
  • Lacy Eaton
    1379 Nulla. Av.
    Asbury Park Montana 69679
    (932) 726-8645
  • Driscoll Leach
    P.O. Box 120 2410 Odio Avenue
    Pass Christian Delaware 03869
    (726) 710-9826
  • Merritt Watson
    P.O. Box 686 7014 Amet Street
    Corona Oklahoma 55246
    (622) 594-1662
  • Nehru Holmes
    P.O. Box 547 4764 Sed Road
    Grand Rapids CT 87323
    (948) 600-8503
  • Quamar Rivera
    427-5827 Ac St.
    Schaumburg Arkansas 84872
    (605) 900-7508
  • Hiram Mullins
    754-6427 Nunc Ave
    Kennewick AL 41329
    (716) 977-5775
  • Kim Fletcher
    Ap #345-3847 Metus Road
    Independence CO 30135
    (368) 239-8275
  • Rigel Koch
    P.O. Box 558 9561 Lacus. Road
    Laughlin Hawaii 99602
    (725) 342-0650
  • Jeanette Sharpe
    Ap #364-2006 Ipsum Avenue
    Wilmington Ohio 91750
    (711) 993-5187
  • Dahlia Lee
    1293 Tincidunt Street
    Atwater Pennsylvania 76865
    (882) 399-5084
  • Howard Hayden
    P.O. Box 847 8019 Facilisis Street
    Joliet SC 73490
    (287) 755-9948
  • Hyatt Kramer
    1011 Massa Av.
    Kent ID 63725
    (659) 551-3389
  • Sonya Ray
    Ap #315-8441 Eleifend Street
    Fairbanks RI 96892
    (275) 730-6868
  • Cara Whitehead
    4005 Praesent St.
    Torrance Wyoming 22767
    (725) 757-4047
  • Blythe Carroll
    7709 Justo. Ave
    Princeton TX 77987
    (314) 882-1496
  • Dale Griffin
    P.O. Box 854 8580 In Ave
    Revere South Dakota 43841
    (639) 360-7590
  • McKenzie Hernandez
    Ap #367-674 Mi Street
    Greensboro VT 40684
    (168) 222-1592
  • Haviva Holcomb
    P.O. Box 642 3450 In Road
    Isle of Palms New York 03828
    (896) 303-1164
  • Ezra Duffy
    Ap #782-7348 Dis Rd.
    Austin KY 50710
    (203) 982-6130
  • Eleanor Jennings
    9631 Semper Ave
    Astoria NJ 66309
    (906) 217-1470
  • Remedios Hester
    487-5787 Mollis St.
    City of Industry Louisiana 67973
    (614) 514-1269
  • Jasper Carney
    1195 Lobortis Rd.
    New Orleans New Hampshire 71983
    (763) 409-5446
  • Vielka Nielsen
    Ap #517-7326 Elementum Rd.
    Fort Smith North Dakota 79637
    (836) 292-5324
  • Wilma Pace
    Ap #676-6532 Odio Rd.
    Darlington CO 06963
    (926) 709-3295
  • Palmer Gay
    557-2026 Purus St.
    Watertown TN 07367
    (963) 356-9268
  • Lyle Sutton
    Ap #250-9843 Elementum St.
    South Gate Missouri 68999
    (736) 522-8584
  • Ina Burt
    Ap #130-1685 Ut Street
    Tyler KS 73510
    (410) 483-0352
  • Cleo Best
    282-8351 Tincidunt Ave
    Sedalia Utah 53700
    (252) 204-1434
  • Hu Park
    1429 Netus Rd.
    Reedsport NY 48247
    (874) 886-4174
  • Liberty Walton
    343-6527 Purus. Avenue
    Logan NV 12657
    (581) 379-7573
  • Aaron Trujillo
    Ap #146-3132 Cras Rd.
    Kingsport NH 56618
    (983) 632-8597
  • Elmo Lopez
    Ap #481-7473 Cum Rd.
    Yorba Linda South Carolina 28423
    (295) 983-3476
  • Emerson Espinoza
    Ap #247-5577 Tincidunt St.
    Corpus Christi WI 97020
    (873) 392-8802
  • Daniel Malone
    2136 Adipiscing Av.
    Lima RI 93490
    (360) 669-3923
  • Dante Bennett
    481-8762 Nulla Street
    Dearborn OR 62401
    (840) 987-9449
  • Sade Higgins
    Ap #287-3260 Ut St.
    Wilmington OR 05182
    (422) 517-6053
  • Zorita Anderson
    1964 Facilisis Avenue
    Bell Gardens Texas 87065
    (126) 940-2753
  • Jordan Calderon
    430-985 Eleifend St.
    Duluth Washington 92611
    (427) 930-5255
  • Ivor Delgado
    Ap #310-1678 Ut Av.
    Santa Barbara MT 88317
    (689) 721-5145
  • Pascale Patton
    P.O. Box 399 4275 Amet Street
    West Allis NC 36734
    (676) 334-2174
  • Nasim Strong
    Ap #630-3889 Nulla. Street
    Watervliet Oklahoma 70863
    (437) 994-5270
  • Keaton Underwood
    Ap #636-8082 Arcu Avenue
    Thiensville Maryland 19587
    (564) 908-6970
  • Keegan Blair
    Ap #761-2515 Egestas. Rd.
    Manitowoc TN 07528
    (577) 333-6244
  • Tamara Howe
    3415 Lobortis. Avenue
    Rocky Mount WA 48580
    (655) 840-6139
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