Tyler S. Stahle | Feb 1, 2017

6 Can’t Miss Exhibitors at RootsTech 2017

For many RootsTech attendees, one of the biggest highlights of the conference is the massive Expo Hall—a place to discover helpful solutions to genealogy problems, view demonstrations, interact with the newest family history technology, and even win prizes.

For many RootsTech attendees, one of the biggest highlights of the conference is the massive Expo Hall—a place to discover helpful solutions to genealogy problems, view demonstrations, interact with the newest family history technology, and even win prizes.

But exciting demos and free giveaways aren’t the only things that make the Expo Hall great; it’s the size of the hall and the number of exhibitors. Just how big is the Expo Hall? This video will give you an idea.

Being exposed to hundreds of different ideas, technologies, and products can help reenergize you in your family history efforts and spur new ideas of creativity. This year, more than 300 exhibitors will pack the Expo Hall. While you may not be able to visit every booth, here are six you won’t want to miss:

E-Z Photo Scan

Booths: 1216, 1212, 1113, 1210, 1117, 1111

Since 1955, E-Z Photo Scan has been making an art of imaging photos and documents. E-Z Photo Scan has worked with dozens of community centers, historical societies, museums, and individuals to organize and preserve historical photos and documents.

As a special treat for RootsTech attendees, E-Z Photo Scan announced that conference attendees will be able to personally scan their prints and slides for free anytime during Expo Hall hours.

If you have a collection of photos or documents you’ve been meaning to scan, bring them to the E-Z Photo Scan expo booth at RootsTech. There you’ll have the opportunity to use professional-grade, high-speed scanners to digitize your family memories.

E-Z Photo Scan will also offer free consultations with professional personal photo organizers.

TMC Place Audio, Video, Film Transfer, and Duplication Specialist

Booth: 1436

Since 1973, TMC Place has been helping families and companies save valuable memories found in all types of media recording. TMC Place will transfer most audio recordings, videos, film, slides, or printed photos to various formats, including analog, digital, DVD, CD, Blu-Ray, MP3, MP4, and others.

Story2Ink

Booth: 1845

Story2Ink was founded to foster creativity and help people take ideas from imagination to physical creations that can be preserved forever. Stop by the Story2Ink booth and meet with two live artists who will facilitate your creative desires.

Family Heritage Publishers

Booth: 738

Do you have a large collection of photos or documents you would like bound in a quality book? Family Heritage Publishers pride themselves on keeping up with the very latest technology to print high quality books from your digital files.

Fjor Films, LLC

Booths: 1837, 1936

Fjor Films assists families and individuals in documenting and preserving life stories by producing affordable, professionally edited, full-length documentaries on individuals and families. Additionally, Fjor Films offers families a secure, simple way to digitize, store, and share family documents, photos, and videos.

Legacy Tree Genealogists

Booths: 1218, 1119

Legacy Tree Genealogists is a full-service genealogy research company that helps clients connect with their past through custom research, DNA analysis, and family history books and charts. Legacy Tree Genealogists is the recommended research partner of MyHeritage, Genealogy Gems, Extreme Genes, and Your DNA Guide.

Register for RootsTech 2017 today!

Tyler S. Stahle

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