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You are writing to alumni of fraternity raising money for a scholarship. if you cannot personalize the letters, what would be the best salutation?
A) Dear Brother
B) Dear Sir
C) Dear wealthy Alumnus
D) Dear Alpha Kappa Psi Member

My answer is D, but i am not really sure.

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    I agree. D is by far the best answer.

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    Thank you

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