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I wrote a letter to a community council regarding a presentation I wish to make. I am writing a follow-up letter asking if they have an interest in meeting in person. (They indicated by phone that they did.) I want to state in my second letter what the points are that I want to bring out at the face-to-face meeting. How do I say that without saying "As a reminder, these are the benefits I feel my company can bring to your community"? It's the "as a reminder" that I don't care for. "I would like to point out that..." also seems like I think the readers are morons. Help?

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I like using "to summarize" in those cases.

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If you are hesitant on using the phrase you can omit it entirely as the information itself should bring enough attention. If you feel the need for a phrase then try "To give an overview" or "I'd like to highlight" as neither sound too arrogant.

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