It's best to NOT Date an announcement (so extras can be handed out for some time without appearing "stale"). It's always wise to include, at the bottom - or bottom of the first page, a brief description of your firm's services. Never assume a recipient is aware of ALL the services you can provide, and be sure to add new ones as capabilities evolve.

Most professional announcements are driven by "events" which dictate the "amount" of copy included. These examples below cover the most common situations.

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Opening a new firm:

 

Opening a new office:

 

Relocation of a firm:

 

Partnership or name change:

New Partner Information: 

 

Achieving certified specialist status: 

 

Death of a prominent partner: