Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Sharing the Wealth - Genealogy Goodie Giveaway

Members of the Geneabloggers were given a Welcome Bag containing way cool stuff provided by vendors and others (thank you, thank you!). Having now had the opportunity to go through everything, there are a number of items that I am offering to members of the genealogical community. These include Legacy Family Tree CDs (I attended the seminars) and two AtAGlance research guides (on topics outside of my research areas).

I will be accepting requests for these items by email sent to: denisesgiveaway AT gmail DOT com. Please identify by name the item you would like. I will use the randomization tool at random.org to determine who will receive each item and announce the winners in a blog post on June 30, 2011. I'll also individual emails to the winners. SPREAD THE WORD TO ALL YOUR GENEALOGY FRIENDS!

The items available are:

Webinar CDs:
Google for Genealogists by Thomas MacEntee
Sharing Genealogy Electronically by Geoff Rasmussen
Chasing Women: Finding Your Female Ancestors by Leland K. Meitzler
Blogging for Beginners by DearMYRTLE
More Blogging for Beginners by DearMYRTLE
Backing Up Your Genealogy Data by Thomas MacEntee
Mapping Software for Genealogists by Geoff Rasmussen
Building a Research Toolbox by Thomas MacEntee
Preserving Family Photographs by Maureen Taylor
Dropbox for Genealogists

Genealogy at a Glance guides:
African American Genealogy Research by Michael Hait
French-Canadian Genealogy Research by Denise R. Larson

ALSO: Geoff Rasmussen of Legacy Family Tree has created a special coupon code that you can use until June 30, 2011, for 20% off anything in Legacy's store. The code is: genblog20.

I'm looking forward to passing these items along to you!

Disclaimer: All Geneabloggers who indicated they would attend Jamboree received Welcome Bags. I have chosen to share these items through this giveaway. Although I am enrolled in the affiliate programs associated with the vendors who produced these items, I receive no compensation for writing about them on this blog.

© 2011 Denise Spurlock, Ancestral Trees Research

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