Why is Smith’s name included in return address

So a friend shows me this the other day. It was a fundraising letter from the Pavilion. We were both curious as to why Smith felt the need to include his name on the return address. If it is some kind of marketing strategy, we are both confused by it’s purpose.



5 comments ↓

#1 Confused on 05.18.19 at 7:19 pm

Maybe the office was lonely and wanted someone to pay attention to it? When the office demands attention might it mean the the officeholder is ignoring it?

#2 Timbuktu on 05.18.19 at 8:13 pm

Q-Tip wants to seem important as the Pavilion continues to cost the taxpayers.

#3 King Archie (That has a ring to it...) on 05.19.19 at 3:06 pm

“…..Celebrating 20 years of being in the red…”

#4 Obviously.... on 05.19.19 at 6:21 pm

They no doubt have multiple envelopes, and since fundraising falls on the President, they use this one… There’s probably about 5 or 6 departments that have their own letterhead and envelopes

#5 Trump's hair on 05.21.19 at 3:35 pm

All he is missing is some congressional franking.

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