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  1. #1

    DISNEY LAND COVER LETTER

    Hey Guys..!

    I really need your help...

    Im looking to apply to Disneyland Paris as a Cast member but i really dont know what to write in my cover letter..?????

    I have worked in customer service for over 7 years but i dont know wether to mention this in my cover letter..???
    I need something short and snappy but im stuck...


    PLEASE HELP..!


    Thankyou

    x x x

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    First, you are on the right track with wanting to keep it short and snappy. You want to get their attention. If you have any relevant experience of any sort, put it in there. If not, don't draw attention to the fact. List it to a person instead of a general address/salutation.

    There are several examples here, see if one can help you format what you need:

    http://www.cvtips.com/cover_letter.html

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by lexa10881
    First, you are on the right track with wanting to keep it short and snappy. You want to get their attention. If you have any relevant experience of any sort, put it in there. If not, don't draw attention to the fact. List it to a person instead of a general address/salutation.

    There are several examples here, see if one can help you format what you need:

    http://www.cvtips.com/cover_letter.html
    Very well said lexa

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    Thank you

    [color=violet]Thank you for your reply but unfortuantly i for some reason cant view the samples...???

    Would you be able to just maybe help me on the first line..??

    I just some inspiration..


    Thanks again

    x x x [/color]

  5. #5
    i would go with something along the lines of

    "I am writing to you to apply for the role as a cast member at your theme park"

    Then i would mention the skills you have in support (2 or 3 should suffice)

    Mention when you are available for interview and when you can start.

    Finally, ensure to thank them for taking the time to read the email.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by fenno22
    i would go with something along the lines of
    "I am writing to you to apply for the role as a cast member at your theme park and Disney World Hotels"
    Then i would mention the skills you have in support (2 or 3 should suffice)
    Mention when you are available for interview and when you can start.
    Finally, ensure to thank them for taking the time to read the email.

    ___________________

    And don't forget a follow-up.
    Very important!
    Cheers,
    Edie
    Disney Tours

  7. #7
    You must proofread your work over and over and over again to insure there are NO errors. Have a couple other people look it over as well.
    Good luck!


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