As a business owner, you rarely ever get vacation when you have a lot of business. What a lot of people who work 9-5 jobs don’t realize is that when you own a business, it’s a lot of work and your vacation days are nearly 0.
However, when you do feel the urge to go on vacation, you need to be nice enough to inform your customers of where you plan on going and how long you plan on being gone.
Let the customer know that for an x amount of days, you will be unavailable.
Let them know where you are going and when they can expect you to be back.
Thank them for their business and don’t tell them exactly why you plan on going. Most customers won’t care why you plan on leaving for a while.
Dear Satisfied Customer,
As I have finally caught up on orders, I will be taking a vacation for the week to the Bahamas with my wife. I will be unavailable for the next 8 days and will resume operations on next Tuesday for the earliest convenience.
I’d like to thank you for being a valuable customer, as we truly appreciate your business, we just wanted you to know where we’ll be.
Scott with Miracle Solutions