RootsTech 2017 takes place February 8 – 11, 2017 in Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, home of the amazing Family History Library.
It’s the world’s largest family history event with over 200 classes for all family history and technical skill levels. There are classes to help you bring your ancestors’ stories alive, as well as classes to help you discover more about them. Regardless of your research experience, there are classes and labs for you!
RootsTech is an amazing time with 200+ classes, the Innovators Summit, the large Exhibition Hall with so many interesting vendors and many, many genealogists! Meeting up with online genealogy friends is always an amazing highlight!
The pass includes keynote and general sessions, over 200 classes, including Getting Started classes, the Innovator Summit, and evening cultural events.
So what do you need to do to be in the draw ( done using a random number generator) from the entries received. If you have already paid your registration and you are the winner you will be refunded your registration.
So to enter you need to go to the site have a look around and then tell me a class you want to attend and why you want to attend it.
Email your response to HVSresearch@bigpond.com by 25th November midnight (New York time)
Your entry must contain :
1. Your name
2. Your email
3. The presentation you want to attend and why it interests you
By entering you give permission for your name to reported on this blog and on Facebook and Twitter.
Good luck to everyone!
As an Ambassador and speaker I also get a complimentary pass for myself. I have to pay for my travel, accommodation and other expenses as will the lucky winner of this free RootsTech Pass.
The RootsTech’s 2017 cultural opening evening will be at the beautiful Conference Center at Temple Square and listening to featured musical guests: Oscar “Andy” Hammerstein III and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir with the Orchestra at Temple Square.
These are just some of the exhibitors you will find in the Expo Hall.