December 9, 2017
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I want to offer an enthusiastic “Thank You!” for joining the National Association of Asian American Professionals Detroit Chapter Inaugural Annual Meeting! Your support helped make the event a great success and your attendance was a wonderful public demonstration of support for our shared values. Our team worked so very hard on this event and it was truly meaningful to see you there with us!

It is that generous support and participation by individuals and organizations like you that will allow us to succeed in our mission of developing pan-Asian professionals as leaders in both business and community.

Thanks again for generously supporting our efforts to augment and engage with the exceptional community here in Greater Detroit and Southeast Michigan. We look forward to seeing you in person at our future events!

Yours Sincerely,

Ke Zhang-Miske (Coco)
Founder/President, NAAAP Detroit
Greetings! Thank you for supporting NAAAP Detroit. It was so nice meeting you at our Inaugural Annual Meeting. Your presence means so much to us. Thank you!

Our volunteer team is dedicated to collaborating with partner organizations, businesses, and governments to develop more meaningful programs in service of the community. In 2018, we plan to strategically expand our membership base, connecting with more accomplished professionals like you. Our goal is to help equip our members with the skills they need to succeed and become leaders in the work place. NAAAP has many more opportunities for professional growth and celebration in store.

Please enjoy your holiday! We look forward to your continued support for NAAAP Detroit, and hope to see you soon at our future events!

Kindest Regards,

Taoqu Chen
2018 President, NAAAP Detroit
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