Don’t miss Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine at RootsTech 2020

By Guest, 20 February 2020 - 2:05pm

The world's biggest family history show opens its doors in Salt Lake City from 26 to 29 February - come and meet us there!

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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine are looking forward to meeting readers at RootsTech 2020 in Salt Lake City.

The world’s biggest family history event is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Salt Palace from Wednesday 26 to Saturday 29 February.

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine will be at Booth 127 in the RootsTech Expo Hall for all three days.

If you’re attending RootsTech, please come and say hello!

We’ll be selling our latest issue at a discounted rate, plus a collection of back issues covering every aspect of family history, and we’ll have a special deal on subscriptions to our magazine.

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams will be there to answer all your questions about family history and the magazine.

Founded by free family history website FamilySearch, RootsTech offers a packed schedule of family history talks, workshops and more.

This year’s keynote speakers include FamilySearch CEO Steve Rockwood, Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Emmitt Smith and Leigh Anne Tuohy, whose relationship with her adopted son Michael Oher was depicted in the Oscar-winning film The Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock.

In addition, there are more than 300 family history breakout sessions and classes, including the latest news on FamilySearch, Ancestry and DNA testing.

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Families enjoy the RootsTech Expo Hall (Credit: FamilySearch)

More than 200 family history companies and organisations will be exhibiting at the Expo Hall, with hands-on activities and the chance to discuss family history queries and try out new products.

Passes start at $99 for one day or $229 for the whole event.

If you can’t attend RootsTech, you can watch livestreams of selected talks for free and follow the action on social media at #RootsTech, #RootsTech2020 and #NotAtRootsTech.

 

 

 

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