This e-mail promotes personal attention as a selling point for a business, preferable a service business.
Personal attention is growing more and more rare these days. As the world gets busier and busier, it's hard to find someone who will take the time to listen to what you need, to give you personal service, or just to chat for a few minutes as the day rushes by. Are you having trouble finding a <business type> who'll do those things? Not anymore, you're not.
I've been giving just that kind of personal, one-to-one <description> service to people from all over the <regional area> area for <years in business> years. There's nothing I enjoy more than taking the time to talk with a customer about the weather, local arts, politics, the kids...anything! It's why I've stayed in business so long. People know they can come in and I'll remember their names, their families, and a lot more. In short, I treat all my customers like people, not robots with money. There is a difference. Ironically, I'm telling you about my business through an impersonal machine. Funny, isn't it? But I'm hoping that the wonders of the Internet will get you interested enough to drop by and see me. Let's talk about what you need from your <business type>. I'm willing to bet I can give it to you, and I'll bet that once you become a customer, you'll never want to go anywhere else. Give me a call to make an appointment, or just drop by. I can't wait to meet you!