Be an Exhibitor at RootsTech 2019

February 27–March 2, 2019 | Salt Palace Convention Center | Salt Lake City, Utah

Join us as an exhibitor or sponsor at the world’s largest genealogy conference! Get ready to make sales, interact with customers, and grow your brand. Apply today!

Preparing for RootsTech 2019?

We’re excited to announce a few changes to make the conference even better. Read on for the scoop.

From informative classes to inspirational keynotes and a gigantic expo hall, we’ve got something we’re sure you’ll love.

Various hotels are offering reduced rates for RootsTech attendees. Make your reservation today!

Save the Date

Registration for RootsTech 2019 opens September 20!

Registration for RootsTech 2019, happening February 27–March 2, 2019, opens on Thursday, September 20, 2018! For a limited time, exclusive early bird pricing will be available on RootsTech passes. Mark your calendars, and be one of the first to register for the world’s largest family history event!

3 Reasons to Attend RootsTech 2019

RootsTech Attendees

300+ Breakout Sessions

At RootsTech, learning is priority number one. Choose from over 300 classes taught by industry experts, professional genealogists, and experienced storytellers. Learn about the tools, resources, and methods available to uncover and share your family’s story.

RootsTech Expo Hall

Expo Hall

The Expo Hall features more than 200 companies offering products and services designed to help you discover and connect with family. Enjoy demonstrations, free swag, and the chance to test out the latest family history tech!

Scott Hamilton

Inspirational Keynote Sessions

Be inspired and uplifted by an all-star lineup of keynote speakers. Past keynotes include: LeVar Burton, The Property Brothers, and Scott Hamilton. Stay tuned for announcements regarding the 2019 keynote speaker lineup!

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