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Seattle Firefighter Pipes and Drums Message Board › Basic band RSVP ettiquette- Read me!

Basic band RSVP ettiquette- Read me!

Spencer N.
Seattle, WA
Post #: 1
To make life easier on Raul or whoever is organizing an event lets all try to follow a few basic policies regarding RSVPing....RSV Peeing.

1. You should RSVP within the first two days of receiving an invitation

2. You should update your RSVP as soon as your plans change. If that's within 24 hours of the event, you should personally contact the Organizer via email or phone to tell them about the change

3. If you RSVPed Yes, you show up to the event. If you can't show up, you change your RSVP accordingly and explain to the Organizer why you couldn't attend

4. If you RSVPed No, you can still attend the event if plans change just try and let someone in charge know.

5. If you RSVPed Maybe, you change your RSVP to Yes or No at least 48 hours before the event and inform the Organizer of that change

That is all. Pog Mo Thoin.
user 10787107
Tenino, WA
Post #: 1
One more time again, slowly please, for those of us who are truckmen...
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