Tyler Stahle | Sep 6, 2018

Get Ready for RootsTech with the All-New Road to RootsTech Video Series!

What We Learned

RootsTech 2019 is only a few short months away! If you’re ready for four huge days of excitement, learning, and family discovery, then this is the place to be. Happening February 27-March 2, 2019 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, RootsTech is the perfect place to connect with friends in the family history industry, get hands-on experience with the latest genealogical tech, and learn how to uncover your family story like never before.

Since we’re already counting down the days, we want to help you get ready for RootsTech like never before. We’re excited to announce that our new video series, Road to RootsTech, is now available!

What is the Road to RootsTech?

The Road to RootsTech is the best place to learn all you need to know about RootsTech. The video series, which is hosted by members of the RootsTech planning team, will give information on all things RootsTech, such as:

  • The conference schedule
  • RootsTech logistics
  • Attendee tips
  • Special events
  • … and more!

These videos are designed to get you the information you need to know in order to have an incredible RootsTech experience. Get the latest news, offers, and conference tips. New videos will be published monthly or bi-monthly and will be available on the Road to RootsTech YouTube playlist, and the RootsTech Facebook and Twitter pages.

Episode 1, featuring Jen Allen, RootsTech event director, is already available to view. You can watch the video above.

We’re looking forward to sharing the journey to RootsTech with you!

Tyler Stahle

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