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Dear Team,

we will be having a free lunchout tomorrow 09/08/06 at NIPA Hut courtesy of Ms. Tesoro

kindly make your selves available at 11:45AM
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We will be having a free luch tomorrow, 09/08/06, at NIPA Hut courtesy of Ms Tesoro.

Kindly make yourselves available at 11.45am.
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Dear Team,

we will be having a free luncout tomorrow 09/08/06 at NIPA Hut courtesy of Ms. Tesoro

kindly make your selves available at 11:45AM

This seems oh-so-very-formal to me....but it might make sense, depending on who the "Team" is. If it's a football team, I would use that kind of wording.
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free lunchout tomorrow ... courtesy of Ms. Tesoro

I'm not sure I like the etiquette here.
If it's free, why mention the "sponsor"?
Either we're generous, or we're trying to advertise for ourselves?Emotion: smile

Really? I see nothing wrong with it. Just because someone is generous does not mean they desire anonymity. It seems appropriate to me.

Perhaps American customs are different.
Hi,

Does courtesy of . . . not make free redundant in this context?

Best wishes, Clive
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Dear Team,

We will be having a free lunchout tomorrow (09/08/06) at NIPA Hut, courtesy of Ms. Tesoro. Please make yourselves available at 11: 45 am.

(It's a bit brief, but I suspect that was what you wanted. Not much I would change, just watch the conventions)
Hi,

'Lunchout' is not a word. Here, just say 'lunch'.

Nona already corrected this, but no-one seemed to notice.

Best wishes, Clive
Wow I didn't notice that either...

I just assumed lunchout was much like take-out

Emotion: stick out tongue
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