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You could always try the simple (どうぞ)よろしくお願い致します. The bits around it might change based on context, but at a basic level it's just fine, and I'm pretty sure in most situations it would be there regardless. The verdict seems to be out on the appropriateness of どうぞ. There are sites that say it is acceptable to use it, but user @Rilakkuma has personal ...
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