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River View Plaza New Services Memo

Date: June 12, 2009
To: Steve Taylor, facilities manager
From: Heather Reinders, DigiFast employee
Subject: The advantages of a new service in the building

This memo presents my ideas for adding a new service to the building. I propose we add a second break room, a gaming cafe, to the third floor of the building.

How does this benefit the building?

The most important advantage is that it will increase profit for the entire building. People from all over the building will be able to use this room. This means that they will be buying snacks, lunch, and drinks which will provide a significant amount of increase in funds for the building.

A second advantage is that it will increase productivity throughout the businesses in the building, particularly for those businesses on the third and fourth floors. Currently those of us on the third and fourth floors are having to take longer breaks because of the time it takes to get to the break room on the first floor. By placing another break room on the third floor this will reduce the amount of time employees will take for breaks; therefore becoming more productive. The increased productivity is sure to increase profits for the entire building, thus providing validity for the first advantage listed above.

How would the break room be set up?

The new break room would be set up, as previously mentioned, as a gaming cafe. There would be a small restaurant; which restaurant could be agreed upon by the committee. In another part of the room there would be several stations set up with couches, televisions and gaming consoles. The consoles would have demo versions of DigiFast games that employees could play in their breaks if they wanted to. Employees would also be able to buy the full version of these games at the cafe.

Can we make the break room happen?

I know that it will take some time, but I assure you that this break room can happen. The job will get done, and get done right. We are all dedicated to making this work. I look forward to speaking with you about this possibility at your next available time.

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