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Section 2.4.7

Trip Reports

Trip reports are a common part of organizational communication. They generally follow the format of a memorandum, addressed toone or more members of a group of associates. They should include the reason for the trip, whatwas found, and one or more conclusions.

In the following example of a trip report take note of these elements:

Memo heading

Purpose statement

Topics

Header

Recommendations

Distribution list


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