It's not Pattaya Beach, but the 2017 reunion is on!


WHERE: Orlando, FL.


1. Click Here to Update Your Reunion Plans!

You will have to be logged in to the website.

2. Click Here to Reserve Your Hotel Room!

If you haven't reserved your room, now's the time! Rooms at the beautiful Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel & Resort are $105/night using the group code GRPUSSVI.

3. Click Here to Register for the USSVI Convention.

We are benefiting from their group room rate, so sign up and support the USSVI. Join the USSVI, if you aren't already a member, and register for the convention as well.

4. Click Here to keep up with REGROUPEX 17 planning!

New information will be provided as plans are finalized. Watch for new Familygrams periodically.

5. Click Here to Log In to the website

Update your email, update your reunion plans, and keep your user profile up-to-date!


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