Friday, 12 December 2014

Rootstech 2015 in 50 Words

The following can be found on Jill Ball’s blog at

Where GeniAus gets a chance to play Santa.

Rootstech 2015

Rootstech Ambassador

One of the nice perks of being a Rootstech Ambassador is that I get to give some lucky person a nice Christmas present.

The kind folk at Rootstech have given me "One complimentary RootsTech 2015 3-day pass ($239 value) for one of your lucky subscribers." If you have already registered for Rootstech you can still enter this competition as I will supply a code to the winner and, if you have already registered, you will get a refund from Rootstech. If you haven't registered yet winning this competition might just change your mind about attending this premier event in Salt Lake City in February 2014.

This prize only covers your entry to the event, you will be responsible for all travel, accommodation and incidental expenses.

So what do you have to do to win this prize?

You need to tell me in 50 words or less using as much Geneajargon as you can from my Geneadictionary why you are or why you would like to attend Rootstech 2015. Of course you could use newly created geneajargon that can be added to the Geneadictionary. As a condition of entry you give permission for your entry to be posted in the Geneadictionary.

Jill has requested that entrants email their entries the closing date is today 12th December 2014. As it coincides with my day to post here I decided to add what would have been my entry as this month’s post.
The reason I do not have to enter can be found here.

I am going on a geneajaunt to Rootstech 2015 to get a genealogy overdose. I expect to wear blogger beads whilst meeting with other geneabloggers, doing some geneatweeting and joining a geneawebinar.
Then back across the pond to WDYTYA Live by which time I will need to join Ancestors Anonymous.

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