RootsMagic at RootsTech: Discounts, Exhibit Hall, Instruction, and a Prize Patrol!


This week is the famous RootsTech conference, which has grown into the largest genealogy event in the world. It’s being held Thursday, February 12 through Saturday, February 14, 2015 at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah. We’ve been a part of it since the beginning and this year we’ll be more involved than ever.

Expo Hall

Don’t miss the free expo hall with the largest gathering of genealogy products and services in the country. Be sure to visit the RootsMagic booth (#719) to meet the RootsMagic staff, ask questions, and get special discounts on RootsMagic products.


Expo Hall hours (subject to change) are:

  • Thursday, February 12, 2015, 10 am – 6 pm
  • Friday, February 13, 2015, 10 am – 7 pm
  • Saturday, February 14, 2015, 10 am – 4 pm

RootsMagic Class

For registered RootsTech attendees, we are offering a special class (RT1778), “RootsMagic: Sharing and Publishing Your Family Tree” on Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 11 am in Ballroom G. You’ll learn how to add pictures, create beautiful charts, publish books, make shareable CDs, design stunning websites, and share your research with others.

RootsMagic Ribbons and Prize Patrol

We always like to have a little fun at RootsTech and this year, we are excited to introduce our new RootsMagic Badge Ribbons and the RootsMagic Prize Patrol.

RootsMagic Ribbons and Prize Patrol

Here’s how it works:

  1. Stop by the RootsMagic booth (#719) in the Expo Hall and pick up your free RootsMagic Badge Ribbon.
  2. Stick the ribbon to your name badge or someplace visible on your person.
  3. Throughout the RootsTech conference, the RootsMagic Prize Patrol will be hanging out in a random spot. The first person they see wearing a RootsMagic ribbon wins a prize!

Prizes include RootsMagic software, bags, books, flash drives, Amazon gift cards, and more! So make your first stop at RootsTech the RootsMagic booth (#719), pick up your ribbon, and wear it with pride. You could win some pretty cool stuff!

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Reader Comments

Someday, I hope to attend. I love the ribbon. Maybe you could do a treasure hunt like last year for those of us that can’t attend.:-)

Are you going to make available for a webanar of the RT1778 class at the conference. I think that all users of RootsMagic 7 who are unable to atted the conference would welcome this information in a webanar presentation by the WIZZARD himself.

Reply: This class will be similar to our video – Fun Family Gifts with RootsMagic, Personal Historian and Family Atlas
Renee, RootsMagic

I hope The special Roots Magic class (RT1778) will be recorded and made available for viewing on the Roots Magic website.

Reply: This class will be similar to our video – Fun Family Gifts with RootsMagic, Personal Historian and Family Atlas
Renee, RootsMagic

I was planning on stopping by the booth to find some shortcuts to adding pictures, but now I can go to a session as well and prizes too! I love Roots Magic even though I’ve been using it less than a year. So much more to learn!

Thank you!

Very helpful info at the Roots Tech booth.
I’m Looking forward to trying out Personal Historian.

I work at a Family History Center and am a huge advocate of RootsMagic. I encourage everyone I work with to have their own personal genealogy program and when asked share my preference for RootsMagic as it is a very comprehensive program that is user friendly to beginners but also offers tools for anyone who wants to work with more features. To me it is essential to have and use your own genealogy program if you are serious in doing any genealogy research and especially if you plan on sharing your information with family now and yet to come.

Thank you for being so helpful to me during Roots Tech when you were at your busiest. Immediately following I went to visit my brother, Marvin Baker, and he upgraded to Roots Magic 7 largely because of my experience. I appreciate how quickly you have returned my calls in the past as well.
Bonnie Fox
Family History Director
Greenville, NC