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    brianna is offline Newbie
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    Default Should I put an article?

    Hi, I'm glad that I found this site and ask English teacher if my sentence is grammatically correct.
    I'm writing a introduction part of a online survey.
    To encourage customers' feedback, I want to introduce myself and want to tell them how I got their names.
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    My name is Gloria Yang, ----- product manager at XXX company

    Here at XXXX, we are currently going through a process to evaluate XXXXX product and I was given your name by sales reps as a professional whose opinions and concerns would be of great value to this survey.
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    Should I say "a" product manager or it is okay to say "product manager" without an article.

    Your answer will be very appreciated.

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    hanky is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Should I put an article?

    I suppose that A or the is needed. (BTW I will replace "at" by "of")
    Not a teacher

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