Kitchener Sportings Goods

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Kitchener’s Sporting Goods
3456 Cedar Hill Crescent
Kitchener, Ontario
K2H 3L2

October 29, 2012

Susan Riley
239 Weber Drive
Kitchener, Ontario
M7B 2F8

Dear Susan,

As part of the local community recreational programs for youth, I am pleased that you’re organizing a soccer team for girls. A soccer team for girls will provide young girls the opportunity to learn valuable teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship skills.

However, as the owner of Kitchener Sporting Goods and a member of the local community recreational programs for youth, I will not be able to donate $1,000 for uniforms and equipment to the girl’s soccer team for the following reasons: * The economy is currently in a recession * The increase in property and business tax * Many small businesses affected by the recession, property and business tax

These following reasons have affected many small businesses both internally and externally, and are suffering from sales.

Furthermore, due to inflation prices of uniforms and equipment have increased * Uniforms have increased from $30.00 to $55.00 * Equipment’s range from $30.00 to $200.00
In addition to the previous figures, I would like to provide assistant for selecting team uniforms and equipment for the soccer team. Parents and players can come in for fittings, and from Monday to Friday we are open from 9:00am to 8:00pm.

Please log on to our website <KitchenerSportsGoods.com> for store hours and promotions. Please let me know if you need any additional information. You can email me to Name@KitSportsgoods.com. I look forward to keeping in contact and possibly doing business with you.…...

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