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Sample Bottom Wheeler Cover Letter






In this bottom wheeler cover letter, the job seeker shows the hiring manager that he knows the basics of this work--imprinting designs, lines, or notches on the bottom of the outsole to decorate, finish, or mark the shoe sole. All bottom wheeler cover letters should display the applicants' knowledge of what the job involves and their experience and aptitude for it.


Monty Vargas
74 North Road
Cityville, USA 56734

November 12, 2006


Mr. Nate Gable,
Hiring Manager
Marshall and Sons Shoe Company
45 Grant Blvd.
Landsville, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Gable:

Thank you for posting the opening for a bottom wheeler on JobBankUSA.com. This is a job I can do with confidence, as I have worked with other bottom wheelers for three years, imprinting designs, lines, or notches on the bottom of the outsole to decorate, finish, or mark the shoe sole. You can see details regarding my previous employment on my enclosed resume.

I would like to start this new job the first week in January, as you requested on your listing. Could I schedule a meeting with you to go over my resume and to learn more about your company and the work you have for the person you hire?

If you are interested, please call me on my cell phone: 675-980-9898 so we can arrange a meeting time that works for you. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and considering me to fill this job.

Sincerely,


Monty Vargas

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