Reunion planning resources ensures every getaway is full of rest and relaxation
This year, Labor Day will fall on Monday, September 2nd. A celebration of American social and economic achievements, workers are given the day off to relax and rejuvenate. This means a three-day-weekend, which is often used as an opportunity to spend some quality time with friends and family.
Destination Reunions aims to help all Americans enjoy their time off, holiday or otherwise. Planning a reunion trip can be stressful, especially when many are using holiday breaks to reunite with loved ones. With time-tested tips and advice, Destination Reunions can make any reunion feel like a holiday.
The annually published issue hits on all aspects of reunion planning, from hotel hacks to detailed Site InSpections. A digital edition can be found on the Destination Reunions website, which features articles on handling reunion stressors and advice on saving money. This easily accessible online content is straightforward and available for every group leader to utilize.
A step-by-step guide to planning and executing a perfect reunion is highlighted in the 2019 issue. “Establishing a Timetable for Your Reunion” walks readers through each stage of the planning process to guarantee smooth-sailing when it comes time for the event, so that every group member is able to enjoy their time away with friends and family. It is accessible here: http://destinationreunions.com/establishing-timetable-reunion/.
To access more planning resources or learn more about our upcoming issue, visit www.destinationreunions.com.
ABOUT DESTINATION REUNIONS: Destination Reunions is the leading reunion resource for friends and families that want to reunite. Their planning guide that has helped countless reunion planners, group leaders and destination marketers plan and execute memorable reunion experiences. Via the company website, e-newsletter and annual print guide, consumers have access to engaging feature articles, in-depth Site InSpections, and tried-and-true planning tips. For more information, visit http://destinationreunions.com/, contact publisher Jeff Gayduk at [email protected] or call (630) 794-0696.