Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Atlanta GA: FHExpos meet the vendors



DearREADERS,
One of the best things about larger genealogy conferences is the chance to meet vendors in the exhibit hall. The FHExpos.com Atlanta, Georgia event on the 12 & 13th of November will be no exception.

This is your chance to visit with vendors, test drive the software and tour websites, asking questions as you go.

Here are the booth assignments thus far:
So register already! The Family History Expo 12-13 Nov 2010 will be held at the Gwinnett Center, 6400 Sugarload Parkway, Duluth, Georgia 30097.

Ol' Myrt will spend the better part of each day in the exhibit hall in the "BLOGGERS OF HONOR" (Booth#'s 605, 606, 607) area ready to help you set up your own blog, or learn new tricks to customize your blog.

Register for the Atlanta Family History Expo right now! Call 801-829-3295 to register by telephone. Click here for details.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
DearMYRTLE,
Your friend in genealogy.

4 comments:

  1. Look forward to meeting you at the Expos Myrt.

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  2. The vendor list was updated late today -- there are now 6 additional vendors besides those listed above (hopefully I counted correctly!)

    Family Tree DNA is one of the added vendors and will be at booth #703. I'll be there all day Friday and Saturday to help visitors learn about Genetic Genealogy -- DNA testing for genealogy!

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  3. Myrtle!!
    I can't wait to meet you! I'll be at the Atlanta Expo on Saturday!!
    BTW!! I had a turtle named Myrtle (for obvious reasons) and that next winter when my Grandma came to Fla. to stay with us from Indiana for the month of Feb. she told me that she really liked my turtle. I asked her why since she had lots of house cats, barn cats, hunting dogs, chickens, cows and pigs. And that's when she told me that HER name was Myrtle, too! She was the greatest grandma and the one who got me into family history. I still love going back and reading her notes from court houses and family stories.
    Suzan

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  4. DearHUGGER,
    What a great Myrtle story. The REAL Gramma Myrtle in my family was my Dad's mom. She's the jam maker, and the one who had retired so we spent overnights at her home in Puyallup, Washington.

    Looking forward to seeing you in Atlanta as well!

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