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Use this template to describe endorsements that you have received. An endorsement is typically statement of support; it can be written or spoken or even indicated by the presence of logo or organization name. Some endorsements are paid for as in the case of famous people such as athletes and actors who are paid to recommend products or organizations or use their company identifiers on their clothing or gear. Other endorsements are voluntary but may still be quite valuable to the recipient as in the case of endorsements given to politicians by certain organizations. Introduce the topic of endorsements here. Why are they important to your organization. The most common reason to list endorsements is to foster trust in you or your organization. For example retired police officer may be more willing to vote for politician if that politician has received the official endorsement of the local police union and customer might be more willing to buy pet food from supplier that has received an endorsement from veterinary organization. Name individual or organization giving the endorsement #1 e. g. " Mayor Tom Whitehead" or " Union of Concerned Scientists" Insert any necessary details here such as quote from the endorser the significance of the endorsement or history of endorsements from this organization. Name individual or organization giving the endorsement #2 Insert any necessary details here. Name individual or organization giving the endorsement #3 Insert any necessary details here. Name individual or organization giving the endorsement #4 Insert any necessary details here. Name individual or organization giving the endorsement #5 Insert any necessary details here.