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“Would it be possible to push our meeting back to 3:00?”
“Let me know if that works.”
“I'd like to take off the week of March 10th - 14th. Let me know if that presents a problem.”
“I look forward to hearing from you.”
“Hi Isabella, It’s great to hear from you!”
“Hi Trisha, Hope you’re well!”
“If you get questions that should be fielded by Ops, this will help you determine which Ops staffer is responsible for which sales division.”
“We tee off at 9am sharp. See you there!”
“Do you have any preferences as to the ages, genders, ethnicities, etc. of the actors?”
“Please refer any payroll-related questions to Jared going forward.”
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