Enter to Win a 2019 RootsTech Pass!

***The contest is now closed! Thanks for entering. The winner has been notified!***

RootsTech registration opened this week, and now I have an exciting opportunity for you: the chance to win a FREE 4-day pass to the conference!

What is it: If you haven’t heard of RootsTech, it is the largest family history and genealogy conference. Over 300 classes and 200 vendors, geared towards beginners and experts alike! Learn more about the conference HERE.

When is it: February 27-March 2, 2019

Where is it: Salt Lake City, Utah

If you have already bought your pass, you can still enter! You will be refunded the full amount of a 4-day pass.

Aside from classes and vendors, RootsTech has great speakers (to be announced!) and evening events. It will be a fun conference, and I hope you join us in Utah!

You can come back every day to enter, now through September 30th at 11:59 PM PDT. I will reveal the winner both here and on my Facebook page.

The prize: one 4-day pass to RootsTech 2019 (a $299 value). No transportation, accommodations, or other expenses will be included.

ENTER HERE: 

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Full disclosure: I am an ambassador for the 2019 RootsTech conference, and have received a pass in exchange for this post (and others that will be upcoming) and giveaway.

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10 thoughts on “Enter to Win a 2019 RootsTech Pass!

  1. I really don’t have a family recipe from the ages. There was a dish my Mom made that I loved, but isn’t for everyone. Boiled red cabbage and cheddar cheese. You’d boil a full head chopped in half then sliced thinly, in a large pot full of wster and salt. Boil until cabbage is dark purple and soft. Drain excess water and then add shredded cheddar cheese, about a pound for extra cheesiness (but obviously to your tsste), and mix until evenly dispersed then cover and let sit for a few minutes to allow cheese to melt. Serve and enjoy.

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  2. I followed the instructions in the “visit the RootsTech page” field that said do this again tomorrow . . . (The link to the page is broken, BTW. I went to the RootsTech page independently.) When I looked today, my first and second visit had disappeared from my entry count. I just tried it again and only the visit today shows. I’m worried that it too will disappear. After each visit I entered a different class I want to attend. Did I misunderstand the instructions?

    Adding a recipe as insurance:

    Mom’s Christmas punch
    In October, start draining and freezing the juice from the summer’s bottling as we eat the fruit. On Christmas Eve, mix and heat the juices. Serve with popcorn.

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      1. Thanks, I looked just now and my third attempt to “visit the RootsTech page” disappeared also. Each time it showed just after I did it but somehow it keeps getting lost. If they were all counted I’d be over the max now, and I don’t want to get disqualified for that either.

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  3. My favorite family history recipe is a recipe for German cookies that are in the shape of little hearts called herzia. I just learned how to make them this past summer!

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  4. My Grandma’s chili sauce is wonderful:
    24 tomatoes, peeled and chopped
    4 medium green peppers
    1 apple ground
    5 tsp salt
    3 cups brown sugar
    3 cups vinegar
    1 tsp ground cinnamon
    1 tsp ground cloves
    1 tsp ground allspice
    Cook in a roaster or crock-pot with lid off, so it can cook down into a thick sauce. Either bottle or freeze. In crock-pot it usually takes 12-24 hours.

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  5. My Grandma Smith’s Chili sauce is our favorite!
    24 ripe tomatoes peeled and chopped
    4 med green peppers
    6 onions ground
    1 apple ground
    5 tsp salt
    3 cups brown sugar
    3 cups vinegar
    1 tsp ground cinnamon
    1 tsp ground cloves
    1 tsp ground allspice
    Cook in roaster or crock-pot for 12-24 hours until cooked down into a thick sauce. Bottle or freeze

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