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    Default Gerund and Infinitive

    I donīt know why the expression: Thank you for your dedication to serving our Customers, is correct.
    I would say; Thank you for your dedication to serv our Customers.

    Could you explain it to me

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Gerund and Infinitive

    Sounds like a thank you to the employees. I think the meaning is related to the company motto or mission:

    Thank you for your dedication to (our company's Mission, which is) Serving our Customers)

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