Elizabeth Miller | Oct 16, 2019

Welcome to RootsTech 2020! Road to RootsTech, Season 2 ep. 3

Welcome to another episode of Road to RootsTech! Can you believe registration for RootsTech 2020 is already open? We can’t! RootsTech 2020 will take place February 26–29, 2020, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. RootsTech is the epicenter for the collaboration of genealogy and technology. At RootsTech you can make new connections, find family and belonging, and learn more about the story of you.

In this video Jonathan Wing is back as our magnificent, charismatic host. Jonathan and our fearless leader, events manager Jen Allen, invite us in on their chat about all things new at Rootstech 2020. Check it out:


What? You’ve never watched Road to RootsTech? Here’s what’s coming up:

Road to RootsTech is a video series that will take you behind the scenes with the RootsTech team as we work to bring you a world-class family history experience at the world’s largest family history and genealogy conference. The series will feature members of the team and information such as:

  • Changes coming to RootsTech
  • Tips for a great experience
  • The conference schedule
  • Get to know the RootsTech team
  • … and more!

Keep an eye on the RootsTech blog and our social channels for new videos to help make your RootsTech experience the best this year. New videos will be published a few times a month on the Road to RootsTech YouTube playlist and the RootsTech Facebook and Twitter pages.

We’re excited to share the journey with you as we all travel the Road to RootsTech!

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Elizabeth Miller

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