RootsTech 2014

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Last Day for RootsTech Limited Time Offer for Past Attendees

September 9th, 2013 is the last day for RootsTech's Limited Time Offer of complete registration for $139. Here is the announcement:

Registration is now open for RootsTech 2014, which will be held on February 6-8, 2014, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

This annual family history conference, hosted by FamilySearch, is a unique global event where people of all ages learn to discover and share their family stories and connections through technology. 

As a past attendee you've helped make RootsTech the largest family history event in the United States!

Limited-Time Discount for Past Attendees
For a limited time, you can get a Full Access Pass for just $139. Simply use the promotional code RT14EXCLSV before it expires on September 9, 2013. Register today! 

With a full-access conference pass, you can:
  • Choose from over 200 classes, including classes offered in the Getting Started track and Developer Day on Wednesday, February 5. RootsTech 2014 will be in the east wing of the Salt Palace, with bigger classrooms and easier access throughout the venue.
  • Visit the huge Expo Hall, with over 125 exhibitors who will help you with such things as recording your story, scanning photos and books, creating a visual family tree, and more.
  • Purchase a reserved seat for activities such as a sponsor-hosted lunch, evening event, or a hands-on computer lab. These add-on activities are hugely popular at RootsTech and fill up fast. Don't miss out!
RootsTech has something for everyone. Whether you're just beginning your family tree, an avid hobbyist, or an experienced researcher, RootsTech is the perfect conference to help you connect with your family-past, present, and future! 

Get more information and register at rootstech.org!
Hope to see you there!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks James. I hope to register today.

    Regards, grant

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