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How do you address more than one Mr. in a business letter?

Asked by drfmj2005 (7points) April 23rd, 2008
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brownlemur's avatar

I believe it is Messrs.

softtop67's avatar

I have done it two ways each I thought acceptable

Mr. Smith and Mr. Jones
Misters Smith and Jones

wildflower's avatar

I would go with Dear Sirs – or softtops first suggestion.

scamp's avatar

Me too.

richardhenry's avatar

Dear Sirs,

A letter of total and complete enlightenment.

Yours faithfully,
Richard Henry

judochop's avatar

you could be more casual about it and just write, you dudes or you
If you do that make sure to end it with a high five!

wildflower's avatar

There’s always: Gentlemen,

itodd's avatar

Messrs. is the generally accepted (and proper) way to address two misters.

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