Wow! It’s been an exciting 10 days as entries for the RootsTech + Innovator Summit 4-Day Pass flowed into my inbox! For those of you who entered, THANK YOU! I hope that you also visited my fellow ambassadors’ sites, looked around, and entered their giveaways as well. As RootsTech Ambassadors, we may be a bit biased, but I believe our collective experience says that if you attend RootsTech 2017 you’ll up your game and be a winner in researching your family history!
Before I announce the winner here at the Single Leaf, I want to mention that there are 3 additional giveaways that continue today:
- Legacy Tree Genealogists is giving way a #RootsTech + #InnovatorSummit Pass. Deadline for entry is Tuesday, November 29, 2016. The winner will be selected at noon TODAY so enter NOW!
- Fellow Ambassador Nicole Dyer has another #RootsTech + #InnovatorSummit Pass to giveaway at the Family Locket blog. Answer 1 of 3 questions for your chance to win! Deadline for entry is Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 11:59PM MST.
- Fellow Ambassador Allison Kimball is giving away a #RootsTech + #InnovatorSummit Pass at Allison Kimball.com. Leave her a comment about what you hope to learn at RootsTech 2017. She is giving away 8 awesome journals, too! Winner(s) will be chosen on November 30, 2016.
Now, for the announcement you’ve been waiting for!
The WINNER of the RootsTech + Innovator Summit Pass here at the Single Leaf is
Congratulations, Susan! We look forward to seeing you at RootsTech 2017!
Just an FYI, RootsTech 2017 discount pricing continues with passes starting at $49 for the 1-day Getting Started pass. Check out the price comparisons and the class schedule for further information. Have questions? Just drop me a line and I’d be happy to assist you!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I am designated as an official ambassador to the RootsTech Conference and, as such, I am provided complimentary admission and other services, opportunities, and meals to accomplish my duties. Nevertheless, I have been with RootsTech since its inception and with its predecessor, the BYU Computerized Conference on Family History & Genealogy, for many years as a paid participant. As always, my coverage and opinions are my own and are not affected by my current status. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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