Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Invites Families to Plan their 2014 Reunion in Greater Fayetteville

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While enjoying reconnecting with family during the 2013 family reunion, don't forget to consider greater Fayetteville for the 2014 reunion. Below are five reasons to choose Greater Fayetteville in 2014.

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Fort Bragg Communities of Cumberland County offer a number of unique attributes for attendees,” says John Meroski, Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau President and CEO.

While enjoying reconnecting with family during the 2013 family reunion, don't forget to consider greater Fayetteville for 2014. “Fort Bragg Communities of Cumberland County offer a number of unique attributes for attendees,” says John Meroski, Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau President and CEO. “Plus, our tourism department will work with you to make event planning a snap.”

Below are top reasons to choose Greater Fayetteville in 2014.

One: A reunion in America's hometown provides an opportunity for families to come together to commemorate a family's past, present and future. The community offers venues that engage and enlighten family ties and traditions. The vast majority are free.

Two:    Greater Fayetteville offers lots of natural spaces. Many of the region's parks offer large picnic pavilions and have amenities such as 18-hole disc golf course, nature trails, boat rentals, football, soccer and baseball fields, tennis courts and playgrounds.

Three: In America's Hometown, families can explore the contributions of our military heroes from the Revolutionary War era to today. Consider a group visit to Fort Bragg for a unique experience that may consist of watching airborne training, a jump tower visit, parachute packing demonstration, and maybe lunch at a dining facility. Afterwards, tour the Airborne & Special Operations Museum and NC Veterans Park in downtown Fayetteville. Travel the Patriots Past & Present Cultural Heritage Trail for a full list of sites that explore the community's military past and present.

Four:    Greater Fayetteville offers an array of special events throughout the month - many free of charge. Of particular interest to groups is Fourth Friday - a free downtown Fayetteville arts crawl held every month except December. For a full list of special events: http://www.visitfayettevillenc.com/events

Five:    The Fayetteville Area Convention (FACVB) stands ready to help you plan the perfect reunion. Available online, our planning checklist and budget worksheet provide assistance with budgeting and a timeline for planning. With nearly 6,000 hotel rooms at more than 55 hotel properties and a range of meeting space options - space for all budgets and needs.

Ready to move forward and secure spaces and rooms for your event? Contact Shannon Deaton, our Tourism Sales Manager at 910-483-5311 or submit your Request for Proposal online.

About the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau :
The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is a private, not-for-profit organization responsible for positioning Fayetteville/Cumberland County as a destination for conventions, sporting events and individual travel. For additional information, visit http://www.visitfayettevillenc.com or call 1-800-255-8217. Cumberland County is America's first military sanctuary. Through the Army's Army and other volunteer groups, our citizens and businesses are dedicated to “watching over those who watch over us ©.”

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