We plan reunions everywhere!
We provide all the services necessary to plan, schedule and produce the perfect reunion for your organization of 30 to 3,000 people. Some of our services include:
hotel discounts & wholesale pricing,
free hospitality room, comps and upgrades for the group,
gala banquet dinner & entertainment planning,
tour planning & contracting,
registration packets & mailings,
customized color name badges,
on-site representative during the reunion (some restrictions apply)
We plan reunions of all sizes and all branches!
Military Reunion Planners has been planning armed forces reunions for over 20 years and have planned hundreds of military reunions all over North America. Navy Reunions, Army Reunions, Air Force Reunions - chances are that we have already planned a reunion in the city that you are considering. Why waste time and money when we have already developed relationships with the hotel and vendor contacts you'll need? Even if you like doing it yourself - we can help. Don't start from scratch; we've already done the work for you!
We can plan your reunion in ANY City!
We'll book your Reunion hotel,
arrange for hospitality and banquet rooms,
plan your tour program including buses & guides,
mail all the reunion information to your members,
prepare custom color name badges for everyone,
be at the hotel for registration & problem solving
Join the gang and “kickoff” the reunion in style, with a sumptuous all you-can-eat, buffet feast from around the world. Dining stations will be set up representing foods & desserts from different port cities. We also have some special surprises in store, and you have to eat somewhere, so come join your mates for a night of fun. Don’t miss the kickoff!
This grand tour has something for everyone & will show you why this is one of the most popular cities in America. Your superb tour guide will first give you a riding tour of all the wonderful city sights. Then you’ll embark on a private boat tour of the famous Riverwalk. Next you will have some time to explore the incredible Institute of Texan Cultures showcasing the history & diversity of Texas. Lunch will be on your own, after which you’ll ride down to the Queen of Spanish Missions to see a documentary film and explore the grounds. This will be an exciting and informative day!
Put on your boots, we’re headin’ for a rootin’, tootin’ good time! Enjoy a chuck wagon supper of smoked brisket, sausage or turkey breast, BBQ sauce, pinto beans, potato salad, homemade drop-biscuits, brownies, iced tea/coffee. (Beer, wine & soda are at the cash bar) The Cowboy Show features cowboy songs, a performing Longhorn, trick roping, six-shooter exhibition and more.
Fredricksburg & Museum of the Pacific War
Renowned for it's rolling vistas and beautiful natural serenity, the Texas Hill Country will capture your heart and attention throughout every moment of this intriguing tour. You’ll arrive in the quaint German community of Fredericksburg. There you will find historic homes and shops, wooden sidewalks, old-tyme soda fountains, and uniquely Texan curios. You will have your Memorial Service at the brand new National Museum of the Pacific War. The museum is the world’s leading institution dedicated to preserving the history of WWII in the Pacific.
Also, of interest is the Pacific Combat Zone and the Nimitz Museum tracing the days of Admiral Nimitz's youth, his early years in the U.S. Navy, the years during WWII and finally the post-war years leading up to his death in 1966. You will have time to browse the shops, have lunch on your own and we recommend a stop at the vintage ice cream parlor. Bring your cameras – this is a great tour!
Remember the Alamo Tour
This is an important tour and says a lot about the determination and spirit of Texans and Americans in general. As this is an historic tour, you’ll start with a bus ride down to Alamo Plaza for a tour of the famous Menger Hotel. You’ll learn of the fascinating history and see where Teddy Roosevelt gathered his original group of Roughriders. Then, you’ll view an award winning IMAX movie presentation of “The Price of Freedom” which chronicles the story of the battle of the Alamo. With fresh images and the story in your mind, you’ll then proceed to the Alamo itself. See where it all actually happened and walk the hallowed grounds of history. Afterwards, you’ll have lunch on your own back at the Riverwalk or the Rivercenter Mall and time for boutique browsing or souvenir shopping around Alamo Plaza.