Reunion.com, a social network for people who want to get back in touch with old friends and family (a Classmates.com competitor), has completed a $25 million funding round, which it plans to use for add-acquisitions. The funding was raised fro Oak Investment Partners. LA-based Reunion.com had previously raised $1.4 million in angel funding. It claims it has 28 million users and that it’s adding nearly one million new members each month. The company was started by Jeffrey Tinsley, founder and former CEO of GreatDomains.com.
Other investors have included Richard Rosenblatt, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Demand Media and the former chairman of MySpace; and Andy Mazzarella, current CEO of eForce Media and former CFO of iMall. Release
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