Ompose in letter format a Good News Message Letter

USING THE FORMAT IN THE NOTES, COMPOSE A GOOD NEWS MESSAGE IN LETTER FORM. Block, times news roman, letter format, Also see rules on what not to write (Never use There is, There Are, There was) rule below on errors not allowed.

Response: Good News Letter:
The receiver is Dwight Todd. He lives in Wilmington, N.C., at 3428 New Davies Drive. His zip: 28365.
Please construct a letter using the following information:
We are going to accept his proposal to supply us with uniforms for the re-enactment of a medieval battle scene of the Charlotte Renaissance Fair. The fair is held on October 29 at the Reynolds Amphitheatre. We choose his costumes because of the authenticity of them. We also liked the colors provided, and we liked the quality of the sewing. We also liked the fact that he provides costumes in plus sizes. We need to inform him that we will send a representative to his company on September 20th of this year to choose the costumes we need delivered to our facility in Charlotte. (4500 Slocomb Ave.). The name of his company is Sophies Stitches. Our company is Pitt Information Processing located at 3304 Sherwood Dr., Greenville, N.C. 27858. Please inform Mr. Todd in the final segment of the letter that we look forward to working with him and appreciate the time he took to visit us in Greenville. We look forward to doing more business with him. We have another fair in December in Roanoke.
YOU NEED TO ADD/DELETE/IGNORE INFORMATION TO COMPLETE THIS LETTER.
THIS IS IN GOOD NEWS FORMAT. PROBABLY, SINCE THIS IS A LETTER, YOU WILL NEED TO COMPOSE A LETTER OF AT LEAST TWO PARAGRAPHS.
YOU ARE THE SENDER OF THIS LETTER, SO SIGN YOUR NAME.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE IN BLOCK STYLE.
THE LETTER FORMAT EXAMPLE BELOW

INSIDE ADDRESS: Complete address Jefferson Gas Company
of the sender as a return address. 102 Main Street
Garland, NC 53421

DATELINE: Date the letter was written. 15 June 2015

LETTER ADDRESS: Professional Ms. Wanda Persall
(for example, Dr., Rev., Capt.) or courtesy title 3304 Finta Lane
(Mr. or Ms., or Mrs.). Name here should Newton Grove, NC 35452
match the name used in the salutation.

SALUTATION: Name of the person you want Dear Ms. Persall
to read your letter. Typically uses professional title
(for example, Rev., Capt., Chief) or courtesy title (Mr. or Ms.)

SUBJECT LINE (optional): Focuses on the topic of the letter. RE: Your Gas Leak

BODY: Usually two to five paragraphs long. The letter should XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
look balanced on the page. The body of most letters is single-spaced XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
with a double space (one blank line) between paragraphs.
Organization depends on the type of letter you are writing. XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
In block letter style, all lines begin at the left margin. In modified XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
block letter style, all lines generally begin at the left margin except
the date and the closing lines, which begin at the center of the page. XXXXXXX

CLOSING: Friendly but businesslike ending. Common closings Sincerely
include Sincerely, Yours truly, and Cordially (never Thank you).

SIGNATURE LINE: Keyed name and title with space for handwritten Tommy Jefferson
signature above. Tommy Jefferson

REFERENCE INITIALS: Initials (in uppercase) of the person TJ/meb
who dictated the letter followed by the initials (in lowercase)
of the person who keyed the letter. The two sets of initials
maybe separated with a slash or a colon. Sometimes only
the lowercase initials are used.

ENCLOSURE NOTATION: Indicates additional documents Enclosures (2)
in the envelope. Often the word Enclosure is followed by a
colon and the titles of the enclosed documents are listed.

COPY NOTATION: Indicates that a copy has been sent to another c: James Tomas
person or to other people. Maxwell Hammer

Spelling Errors -10 points per word. If you can do nothing else, you can spell correctly.

Contractions -5 points per contraction. Do not use contractions in college writing.

Second person -5 per you. Use first or third person, never second.
There isare -5 per word. Do not ever write There isThere are..There was.
Do not put these words in the middle of a sentence. They are useless
words which weaken your writing.

Example
There are many reasons for writing well. N0)
Many reasons exist for writing well. (yes)

I know there are people who will not like this rule. (no)
Some people will not like this rule. (yes)

Run-ons, fragments, comma splice -3 per

Comma errors -3 per

Pronoun reference error (indefinite pronouns) -3 per