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Sample Disc Jockey Cover Letter






The job applicant in this disc jockey cover letter makes sure the hiring manager knows about his five years of experience as a 'deejay' playing for weddings, parties, and other celebrations as well as a one-year apprenticeship as a radio disc jockey for a small local station. Disc jockey cover letters should include practical information as well as personal traits so the applicant will be noticed and win an interview.


Glen Parkinson
23 Murray Drive
Timber Lake, USA 98989

May 23, 2006


Mr. Hugh Barbour
Hiring Manager
Party Planners, Inc.
479 Black Hills Drive
Timber Lake, USA 98989

Dear Mr. Barbour:

I'm in the market for a job as a disc jockey for weddings, parties, business events, and other gatherings. I have experience as an assistant 'deejay' on radio station ABCD in Timber Lake and I have done a number of gigs for various celebrations, working part-time with other disc jockeys.

I was glad to run into your ad on JobBankUSA.com at just the right time. May I visit your office and meet with you in person to see what you have in mind for me if I were to be hired?

Please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 so we can arrange a date and time that suits you. Thank you for taking a moment to consider me through this cover letter.

Sincerely,


Glen Parkinson

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