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Invitations

Informal and formal invitation styles may be used, depending on the nature of the event.

Formal:

For occasions such as commencement, the dedication of a building, a presidential reception, and the like, use a formal invitation style.

Vistasp M. Karbhari

President of The University of Texas at Arlington


and


Ron Elsenbaumer


Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs


request the pleasure of your company


at a reception


to honor the members of the

 

Carlisle Society

 

on
 Wednesday, the eighteenth of October


from six-thirty to eight-thirty o'clock

E.H. Hereford University Center


The University of Texas at Arlington


300 W. First St.


Arlington, Texas

 

Valet Parking

RSVP Card Enclosed

Map Enclosed


The RSVP card and other enclosures cite the date, time, and other elements in the same formal style.

For details, consult Letitia Baldrige's New Complete Guide to Executive Manners.

 

Informal:

Printed invitations for more casual gatherings may follow an informal style.

The University of Texas at Arlington

is proud to present the

 

Maverick Speakers Series

 

Sports in America: Is it Still Only a Game?

 

Bob Costas

talks about his career as a sportscaster

 


Monday, April 13, 2015


8 p.m.

 

College Park Center


601 Center St.

Arlington, Texas

 

RSVP card enclosed


Book signing following the lecture


Limited seating

 

Again, enclosures are worded similarly to the invitation.

For details, consult Letitia Baldrige's New Complete Guide to Executive Manners.

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