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01421374 MINNIE 01420362ANTICO 01420136 TERESA

To :Su Hotel
From:DAE Company
Date:March 27
Re:The Craft Of Memo Writing

Mr. Su Hotel is going to build a Hotel in Yangshuo, which the target is to get the middle-class customers to the resort to get away from the busy city. Since Yanshuo locates in remote area,the transportation become a serious issue.Therefore our advice is to provide convenient shuttle bus system in order to avoid the sight-seeing crowds.On the other hand,Yanshuo’s weather is extremely obvious,so we have to make some solution to overcome these problems. For example,to paint the hotel white.Abd each room has electronic heater.And also,using the furniture that will not rot. To attract more people,we have some suggestions.First,we coorperate with tourist company,then they can sell the group-buying ticket to lower the price and people will be willing to buy it.Second, we offer one day tour that includes the private river tour, since there is a very beautiful river goes along Yangshuo. Lots of crowds goes for it.And if you live in our hotel ,then we offer the customers to the scenic river without the crowded tourism. Third, the best service is the basic, since customers are here to relax, the hotel have to offer the most efficient service, whatever customers need, we can offer. Above are our advices, hope you will like it and give us a chance. Sincerely , DAE…...

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