Like at the end of an email... Or is it not really used?

Dear XYZ Customers,
Thanks for everything.
Your XYZ Team

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  • Although Cheers, Used in such a way is chiefly a British usage, it is less common in American English. – Sarriesfan Nov 22 '16 at 0:16

Yes, it is perfectly natural to end with

Your Personal Fitness Team
Your Health and Well Being Team
The Customer Care Team

In a recent mas mailing for the Amazon Web Services conference re:Invent, the email was signed

The AWS re:Invent Team

Using "your" is not necessary but may be a nice touch depending on context.

  • How has it taken 9 months and 8 bumps by the Community user to get a vote on this answer? :shakes head: – AndyT Aug 9 '17 at 14:31

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