RootsTech Conference ready to provide 'world-class forum' for family history

by | Mar. 11, 2013

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RootsTech, which since its beginning two years ago has rapidly become the largest paid family history conference in the United States, will again convene in the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City March 21–23, this time with an increased focus on and appeal to beginners.

“RootsTech has something for everyone, whether an avid genealogist or someone just getting started and interested in telling and sharing personal and family stories or simply to discover the latest technologies and solutions to better connect the family,” said Paul M. Nauta, marketing manager for FamilySearch, the Church’s organization providing service to family history enthusiasts worldwide regardless of religious persuasion.

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