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Invitation to receive our free goodies during Administrative Professionals Week
Dear office professional,
As an admin, you're the kind of person everyone's always looking to for help. You're the "go-to" person to fix problems, answer questions and accomplish things in the office. You have a number of diverse responsibilities that keep you on your toes at all times.
That's why I'm excited to announce that Administrative Professionals Week (April 25-29) is quickly approaching. We're gearing up to recognize you for all of your hard work and effort.
We have a full lineup of great gifts to give you during the entire week of this special event! These gifts are must-have resources, like checklists, sample templates and tip sheets, to help you strengthen your skills and advance your career.
To receive our giveaways during Administrative Professionals Week, all you have to do is register to get on the list. Registration is completely free.
Be sure to pass along this information to all of your administrative professional colleagues, so they can benefit from these skill-building resources as well.
We're looking forward to celebrating Administrative Professionals Week with you April 25-29!
Jaclyn Baldovin, Online Content Manager
P.S. During Administrative Professionals Week, you'll finally get the recognition you deserve for all of your efforts at work! Make the week even better by registering to receive all of the free goodies we're offering.
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