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Warehouse Manager Cover Letter Sample

A warehouse manager cover letter sample will help you create your own letter when responding to a job calling for someone with experience to oversee the daily activities of a storage facility or distribution center. Warehouse manager cover letters should indicate your knowledge and experience in this area of business.

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Bruce Campbell
670 Roscoe Street
Any Village, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

Sept. 13, 20--

Mr. Lou Bates
Hiring Manager
Town and Country Warehouse
and Distribution Center
890 Sylvania Street
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Bates:

Your recent post on CareerJimmy.com indicated that you are looking to hire a warehouse manager and hope to interview several qualified and experienced warehouse managers before making your final choice.

I had five years of employment in this line of work with Barker Distribution Center on the East Coast, and would welcome being one of the individuals you meet with to discuss your expectations and the terms of employment at Town and Country here on the West Coast.

Are you available to meet? If so, please call me on my cell phone, 888-888-8888, to select a time and date that is agreeable to both of us.

Thank you so much for considering me for an interview and taking time to read my cover letter and enclosed resume which will provide further details about my experience and acknowledgment from my superior.

Sincerely,

Bruce Campbell