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Event Coordinator Cover Letter

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Event Coordinator Cover Letter

 

TEXT VERSION OF THE EVENT COORDINATOR COVER LETTER SAMPLE

(Date)

(Name of Hiring Manager, Title)
(Name of Company)
(Address)
(City, State, Zip)

Dear (Mr. or Ms.) (Last Name),

When I saw your posting for a Corporate Event Coordinator I knew instantly that I would be the perfect match. As a self-described social butterfly, coordinating an idea into an event that captures the mood, message and individualistic style of each client is a personal and professional passion that drives me creatively.

I have a comprehensive background that includes multimedia communications and publicity with extensive expertise in radio, web, video and print marketing which allows me to conceptualize, develop, promote and execute a successful event experience that generates consumer interest and increases company recognition.

Through my well established relationships with vendors, distributors and local hotels, I have negotiated significant savings which allows me to execute events well under budget – a cost savings that directly impacts your financial objectives.

With a flexible, adaptable, get it done attitude, I welcome the challenges that inevitably arise in all stages of event planning. Not one to shy away from a problem, I seek out creative solutions many others overlook. I would love to demonstrate my expertise for (company name) as your Corporate Event Planner.

I would welcome an interview so we can discuss in depth the quality, service and exceptional style I bring to each and every event. I have enclosed my resume, which further details the career achievements and accomplishments that I would bring to (company name). I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Jane Smith