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    help on how to write the addressee

    I am writing a cover letter for my resume. I am applying for a university program wherein only 30 applicants will be chosen out of 200 applicants. I wrote an email to the contact person on who to address the letter to and found out that there are three people who will be reading this letter. The people involved are from the university admission's office and from a company who will be paying for the tuition.

    My question is: how do i write this letter knowing there are three people involved in making the decision with regards to my application? I know their names. How do i write these names on the addressee line of this letter?

    Any help will be greatly appreciated......thanks.....

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    Re: help on how to write the addressee

    Use their names. If there's an order of importance, then follow that order.

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