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    Is this acceptable?:

    "Do ask for me during your next visit."

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    Re: "Do"

    I think it is fine.

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    Re: "Do"

    Not only acceptable, but comes across as a warm, friendly way of suggesting that you would be more than happy to be of assistance on their next visit. It conveys the idea that they are no longer 'nameless faces' soon to be forgotten after being served, or having stayed at your hotel, or whatever, but that a 'personal' acquaintanceship has been established.

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