PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- One of the most well-known spring break destinations is now marketing to the family reunion crowd.
The News Herald of Panama City reports the Panama City Beach Convention and Visitor's Bureau is hoping to become a "one stop shop" for reunion planners.
The agency's director of sales Ann Gager says they offer a destination that caters to everyone -- from children to grandparents.
They've hired Chip Seal to assist in reunion planning. So far, the bureau has assisted in planning six reunions -- three family reunions, two military unions and one high school reunion.
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