RootsTech 2016 3-Day Pass Giveaway

How would you like to attend the biggest and most talked about family history conference in existence?

RootsTech 2016 will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, on 3-6 February 2016.  There are going to be so many wonderful presenters and excellent classes.

As a RootsTech Ambassador, we’ve generously been given one 3-day pass ticket (value of $249) to give to a lucky winner to attend next year’s RootsTech conference.

The 3-day pass to RootsTech includes access to:

(Note:  This pass does not include RootsTech add-ons like: the networking event on Wednesday, sponsored lunches and computer labs.)

How to Enter:

It’s easy!

Just post a comment on this blog post or on our Facebook page about why you Enjoy Genealogy at WikiTree.   Simple as that.  If you post both places you’ll be entered twice.

The winner will be randomly selected at 10 AM EST on Friday, November 13, 2015.

If you’ve already registered, that’s okay!  If you win, RootsTech will refund your registration fee.

The lucky winner will also get an “Enjoy Genealogy” T-shirt!

*Note: The giveaway is for the free 3-day pass.  Any other costs to attend are the responsibility of the winner.

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  5 Responses to “Get a 3-Day Pass to RootsTech 2016 for Free!”

  1. I enjoy wikitree because it is AWESOME! I’ve ‘met’ over 20 new cousins thanks to wikitree this past year and have been able to get several cousins to join in with me to collaborate on building our mutual family tree which is so wonderful as we all have different memories and family documentation to share and having it all in one place for all our family to view is so nice. The focus on documentation and sources and the ability to edit and work together make wikitree #1 in my book!! 🙂

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