My Rootstech 2019 GIVEAWAY!

My Rootstech 2019 GIVEAWAY!

Enter to Win a 4-Day Pass to Rootstech 2019 from FamilyCherished! [Note: I am a paid speaker and an ambassador for Rootstech 2019. Please read full disclosure information down below.] Click HERE to enter! I am so excited about Rootstech 2019! Each year it gets better and better, and I know they have some great new things planned for 2019! Rootstech has given me a FREE 4-Day Pass to give to one of my followers and I hope it is you! The 4-Day Pass gives you the opportunity to attend Rootstech 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah, February 27 through March 2, 2019, valued at $299 USD! Click HERE for information about Rootstech 2019. Winner will have access to: Over 300 classes Keynote and General Sessions Expo Hall with so many genealogy related vendors Evening Entertainment Events This pass DOES NOT include: any paid lunches paid labs airfare hotel coverage of other expenses. Note: If the winner has already registered for Rootstech 2019, the original Continue reading

Rootstech 2015 and Is It Worth Attending Again?

Rootstech 2015 and Is It Worth Attending Again?

Rootstech 2015 is over and definitely one for the record books. I wanted to take some time before posting,  as I definitely needed the space to process it all. After all, over 23,000 people were in attendance, and FGS Conference was also being held in conjunction, which meant lots of classes, lots of genealogists, lots of vendors, and lots and lots of people. FamilySearch really pulled out all of the stops with outstanding keynotes from Laura Bush and her daughter Jenna, writer and cousin to all A.J. Jacobs and the innovator Tan Le. Genealogy's top execs from FamilySearch's CEO Dennis Brimhall, My Heritage's  Mkle Mallin and Find My Past's D. Josh Taylor also spoke. Icing on the top for me was to have had Donny Osmond finally sing to me, while my daughter was thrilled to have had David Archuleta sing to her. Comedy troupe, Studio C also showed up on stage, which my husband particularly enjoyed. Rootstech was huge! For those who regularly attend national conferences this came Continue reading