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Reunion Planning can be challenging. Site selection, contracting, advertising, name tags, insurance, accommodations and transportation are among the many details reviewed over and over again. The Military Reunion Network Resources page offers Military Reunion Planners assistance on everything from event planning services to professional services, name tags, challenge coins and more.  The organizations are listed based on their reputation for excellent customer service and high standards of professionalism.  Check out the downloadable forms to assist you with your planning.

Downloadable Forms:

Event Insurance:

Green Leaf Insurance – Michelle Lenz  951-225-1083 Direct 951-225-1080 Office
Michelle is  a featured guest on Military Reunion Radio and a presenter at the Educational Summit.  She has a wealth of knowledge regarding event insurance.  Call her even if you think you are covered!

Contract Review:


Joan Eisenstodt Eisenstodt Assocs., LLC – Washington, DC
Joan has been an industry leader in the world of hotel contracts.  She has often been called as an expert witness regarding hospitality contracts
Fees, if any, are between Joan and the inquiring planner.  Military Reunion Network is not involved with fee negotiation. Please reach out to her by email should you wish to consult with her.


Diane Goodman Goodman Speaker Management Diane Goodman
860 849 1914
Diane has owned a speaker bureau for over 40 years. Currently she manages over a dozen speakers from across the country. (Fees, if any, for her time in reviewing a potential speaker contract, are between Diane and the inquiring planner. The Military Reunion Network is not involved with fee negotiation. Please reach out to her should you wish to consult with her.


Joshua L Grimes Esq., Attorney and Counselor at Law
Grimes Law Offices LLC
Main:  215-529-8700  Email:

Joshua L. Grimes, of Grimes Law Offices, LLC, is a leading attorney in the world-wide meeting, hospitality and association industries. His clients include meeting and event planners, associations, trade groups, hotels, restaurants, convention and conference facilities, and tour operators.

As a practicing attorney for over 25 years, Mr. Grimes meets the specialized legal needs of hospitality industry professionals. Mr. Grimes’ work for meeting planners, hotels and meeting facilities includes contract negotiation, franchise and management agreements, property sales, labor issues, and civil litigation. He was in charge of legal matters for the opening of the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Mr. Grimes served as Legal Counsel to the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys.

Fees, if any, are between Mr. Grimes and the inquiring planner.  Military Reunion Network is not involved with fee negotiation.

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