The applicant in this retail salesperson cover letter acknowledges her ability to sell anything anywhere. She's a natural and she doesn't mind letting the hiring manager know it. She increases her chances of winning the job by anticipating the woman's needs and making sure she can fill them. Retail salesperson cover letters with this kind of helpful information will result in applicants being hired.
980 Kenora Lane
Cityplace, USA 99999
September 13, 2006
Ms. Jeanette Sterrett
Buttons and Bows Boutique
10 Village Way
Any Town, USA 99999
Dear Ms. Sterrett:
I've been passing your store for months, admiring the beautiful clothes and jewelry and wishing I could work there. But until now it wasn't possible. Today, however, I'm in a position to apply for the retail salesperson job you advertised in your window.
I decided to write a cover letter to introduce myself and then ask for an in-person meeting to discuss what you are looking for. I have worked in retail sales in the past, selling home furnishings, but my heart is in women's clothing and accessories.
Perhaps you've had a string of retail salespersons vying for this job. But I hope not because I'm envisioning it as mine, bold as that may sound.
If you'd like to schedule an interview with me, and I hope you do, please call me at 678-456-3465 and state a time and date and I'll be there.