Company Incentive Inquiry Letter.
Purpose: To stimulate the imagination and challenge the decision maker to contact you.
Dear Mr. Smith,
Have you thought about a cruise?
Traditionally, companies have favored hotels and resorts when they wanted
to reward top performers. Providing contest winners, top-selling salespeople,
and employees with vacations in sunny places (Arizona, Florida and Hawaii)
seemed like the thing to do.
Cruise ships have entered the meeting and incentive market with a vengeance.
There is good reason for this … not the least being a lot of complimentary meetings amenities
that are known to cost thousands of dollars when scheduling land-based affairs.
With companies trying to hold the line on expenses while trying to remain creative,
executives are learning that the cruise venue is an attractive option.
Perhaps it is time for you and your team to consider cruising.
I can identify the pros and cons of a meeting at sea for your company along with a
preliminary budget in a quick fifteen-minute meeting. I will call you next week to check
your availability to meet with me for this brief exploratory meeting. In very short order,
we will either be moving toward or away from further discussions.
Your next meeting is simply too important to rely on “the same ole, same ole.”
Let’s try to meet. It will fun, informative and painless. I will be prepared and brief.