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Fall Consecutive Givers Mailing
Annual Giving Solicitations → FY2022 - Q4
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07-08-2022  / 1
Project Lead Project Team
not assigned CS James Baer   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
Annual GivingYoon Van HoutExecutive Director, Annual Giving
Project Description
Mail Drop Date: August 1, 2022 Count: 12,000 AUDIENCE: Consecutive Givers: Alumni and parents with 2+ years consecutive giving history to academic funds Consecutive Givers Package Mail - #10 closed envelope (2/0, bleeds), 8.5x14 letter with perforated reply card (6/6, bleeds), #9 BRE UF loyal logo incorporated into artwork Messaging “You’re perfect” “Remain UF Loyal” Yoon Van Hout as the new signer.
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Created on March 21, 2022 at  3:40 PM (EDT). Last updated by Marissa Hartman on July 18, 2022 at 11:26 AM (EDT). Owned by Hartman, Marissa.
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