Hurry! Enter to Win a Family Tree University Virtual Conference Registration

Please see the press release below to enter to win a Family Tree University Virtual Conference Registration. Hurry! Registrations must be received by FTU by February 23 at 11:59 Eastern Time. Please direct all questions to

But, if by chance you forget to enter, you can still get a bargain on a Virtual Conference ticket: Family Tree University is giving all readers of this blog $40 off registration. Enter coupon code LALZO when registering.


Win a Family Tree University Virtual Conference Registration

Online learning program will give away one three-day pass for March 9-11 event in sweepstakes

CINCINNATI, February 15, 2012—Family Tree University’s Spring 2012 Virtual Conference will feature three days of online genealogy learning, with 15 downloadable video classes, live chats and discussions, daily contests and more. And one lucky genealogist will get to experience it all for free.

Enter the Virtual Conference Sweepstakes at for a chance to win a free registration to the March 9-11 conference, a $199 value. You don’t have to travel across the country or even across town to participate: The conference takes place entirely online, with classes and discussions led by an all-star cast of genealogy instructors. Class topics include:

» Using Steve Morse’s One-Step Site to Get Ready for the 1940 Census with Thomas MacEntee

» Using Your iPad for Genealogy with Nancy Hendrickson

» 3 Cool Tools to Help With Your Newspaper Research with Lisa Louise Cooke

» What’s in a Civil War Pension File? with Diana Crisman Smith

» Online Resources for Polish Research with Lisa A. Alzo

» Using Guardianship Records in Genealogical Research with Marian Pierre-Louis

For more details and a full list of classes, visit

Sweepstakes entries must be received by February 23 at 11:59 Eastern Time; the winner will be announced February 24.

Media contact:

Allison Dolan, (513) 531-2690 x11484

About Family Tree University

Family Tree University is part of the Genealogy Community at F+W Media, Inc., which also encompasses Family Tree Magazine—America’s most popular family history magazine—the Family Tree Books imprint and the online store. These publications and products are devoted to providing engaging, easy-to-understand instruction that makes genealogy a hobby anyone can do. In addition to the virtual conference, Family Tree University offers more than 30 online genealogy courses and monthly live webinars.

Disclosure Statement: I will be working for the FTU virtual conference as paid freelance instructor.