Reunions magazine

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Reunions magazine is a nationally circulated U.S. quarterly magazine founded by Edith Wagner in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and first published in 1990. Circulation is to 15,000 persons each issue, who are planning family reunions, class reunions, military reunions and similar events. Most readers are qualified as reunion organizers by a survey they complete on the magazine’s web site, http://www.reunionsmag.com.[1][2]

The magazine and web site address details, concerns, and issues involved in planning reunions, and provides tools to use in planning them. Subject areas include travel (primarily family travel), genealogy and family history, choosing places and dates for reunions, and what to do at reunions.[3] The magazine is reader-driven with submissions, suggestions, requests, questions and comments from reunion organizers. Persons dedicated to helping reunions add answers, ideas, leads, tips, trends, inspiration, encouragement, motivation and information.

In addition to extensive copy online, the web site also offers podcasts about planning issues[4]

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