[Everyone] Re: FREE Christmas Dinner

Wed Dec 2 11:05:33 GMT 2009


Have you considered the impact on productivity of asking team-players
to write 140 letters to enter a competition?

Surely just one short postcard would be sufficient?

Kind regards

Executive Account Executive (Level 4)

2009/12/2 Phil :
> Hi all,
> Due to the untimely and unfortunate death of Herman in Facilities, Services,
> Resources and Amenities earlier this year his Christmas Dinner is currently
> unaccounted for.
> To aid in the festive cheer, the Executive Sub-Board thought it would be fun
> to have a competition with a FREE Christmas Dinner as the prize!!
> All you have to do is sum up what's great about Pretend Company in the style
> of a Twitter. Twitters are like very, very short emails, and so you're only
> allowed up to 140 letters to fit in everything you'd like to say!
> So, if you'd like a FREE Dinner, send in your short Twitters and the best
> one will WIN!
> Please note that while everyone who has already payed for their dinner is
> eligible to enter, pre-paid dinners are non-refundable. For complete terms
> and conditions please see the Internal\Office\Legal\Fun\ section of the
> portal.
> Thankyou.
> --
> Phil BA(Hons)
> VP of Visioning Management and Corporate Resourcing
> http//:www.pretendoffice.co.uk
> tel: +44 (0)20 7946 0372
> mob(ile): +44 (0)7700 900837
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> They make mistakes, but they don't quit." Conrad Hilton
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