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I recently recieved an award thanking me for my hard-work. First award with my company and also my first year. Below is what I wanted to send to my co-worker who nominated me, but I was unsure if it is wrong to repeat "Thank you/appreciated" as I have done. Below is my message:

 Thank you very much! I can’t stress enough how much I appreciate the fact 
 that you took the time out of your busy schedule to submit this and 
 noticed my hard-work. It is extremely appreciated. Thank you.

Thank you very much.

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    no biggie. don't sweat it. May 24, 2016 at 19:36
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    There is nothing wrong with this. It is a nice thing to do, and it comes across as a thoughtful, professional note. Also, If you can think of a concrete example of how this co-worker contributed to your success as an employee, it might be kind of nice to throw in a thank you for that too.
    – djohnson10
    May 24, 2016 at 19:45
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    @djohnson10 sounds like an answer to me...
    – mcknz
    May 24, 2016 at 20:21

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There is nothing wrong with this. It is a nice thing to do, and it comes across as a thoughtful, professional note.

Also, If you can think of a concrete example of how this co-worker contributed to your success as an employee, it might be kind of nice to throw in a thank you for that too.

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