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Sample Thrill Performer Cover Letter






A thrill performer cover letter displays the applicant's experience at entertaining the audience at fairs, carnivals, and circuses by performing daredevil feats, which might include diving from a high diving board into a tank of water, parachuting from an airplane, or being shot from a cannon onto a net. All thrill performer cover letters should include such specific details as these in order to attract a hiring manager.


Alan Monroe
903 Cynthia Street
Any Place, USA 33333

July 12, 2007


Mr. Wink Walters,
Hiring Manager
United Performers, Inc.
17 Compton Drive
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Walters:

I've had five years of experience as a solo thrill performer and two years on a team of thrill performers while employed by ABC Circuses. I am now eager to be employed by an agency--and I hope it will be yours--so I can get a variety of bookings for different types of venues, including county fairs, exhibitions, and carnivals. I am no longer interested in doing the amount of travel that is required by full-time employment with a circus.

I have a number of feats in my repertoire, including: diving from a high diving board into a tank of water, parachuting from an airplane, and being shot from a cannon onto a net.

May we meet in person to discuss what you are looking for and the kind of bookings you receive for people with my ability? If so, please phone me at 777-777-7777 so we can arrange a date and time that suits you. I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have, as well. Thank you for considering my cover letter and resume.

Sincerely,


Alan Monroe

Enc: resume and cover letter