Thursday, October 20, 2011

Awesome RootsTech Registration Cost



I've written about the RootsTech Conference scheduled for Feb. 2-4, 2012 in Salt Lake City. It's an awesome conference and a wonderful opportunity for us to learn about all the new things in technology and genealogy that are available to help with our research. Larry and I registered last month when an offer came up for $99 each. Today we got this notice that Consultants are able to register for $89 if you register before Nov. 30.  After Nov. 30 the cost will be $189!!!! Please check it out and give it some thought. This is an exciting opportunity! The web site is http://rootstech.familysearch.org/


Important RootsTech Information

We are excited to announce the second annual RootsTech conference, sponsored by FamilySearch. It will be held on February 2–4, 2012, at the Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.

The RootsTech conference will have something for everyone. Genealogists of all skill levels will learn new technology-based approaches to their research. Researchers with a strong interest in technology will have the opportunity to test new products or solutions and provide feedback for technology creators.

The conference will also feature an exciting blend of speakers, workshops, and demonstrations. The speakers include D. Joshua Taylor, Lisa Louise Cook, Stephen P. Morse, Dan Lynch, Geoff Rasmussen, and others, as well as many experts from FamilySearch.

For Consultants

As a consultant, you can save on your conference registration fee if you register by November 30. The fee for early consultant registration is $89 (a savings of $100). The code to use for early registration is RT89. Just click here to register, click on Full Conference Pass, and use the above code.

There will be a limited number of free classes announced at a later time for consultants who do not wish to participate in the full conference.  Details on those classes will follow in a future notice.
We look forward to your participation in this second annual RootsTech conference.
 

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