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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Family History Expos adds Celebrating Family History

After ten years of traveling the country providing excellent family history conferences, Family History Expos's President, Holly Hansen, has developed a new concept in providing genealogical services and support. Her new business is called Celebrating Family History and it has just been formally announced. Here is an excerpt from the news release:
Family History Expos is pleased to announce our new company "Celebrating Family History!"  
Celebrating Family History is a party-plan business where independent consultants have the opportunity to serve their family and friends with genealogy and family history products and education. We invite you to participate with us as we help individuals on a more personal basis. For all persons interested in participating as a Celebration Consultant or hosting a home Celebration, please contact us now by email: by phone: 801-821-6443
or via our website at:
I have been working with Holly and Family History Expos for the past year and a half or so and have had some wonderful experiences traveling around the country and presenting at Family History Expos. Now, through Celebrating Family History, I will have an opportunity to have even more direct contact with genealogists throughout the United States and perhaps other countries also.

Whatever your experience with or attitude towards party-plan businesses, this type of business organization fills a specific need. Adapting the local consultant-type business to genealogy is a natural evolution given the complexity of the modern genealogical community. Celebrating Family History will provide educational and research support, while at the same time providing a broad selection of family history related products.

The first consultants have already been recruited and more are being added regularly. Visit the Celebrating Family History website if you would like to know more about this new business organization.

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