22 February 2016

Is Jamboree 2016 Coming to Your Area? Societies: Do You Want to Swap "Stuff"?

Jamboree is hitting the road and traveling the countryside, telling one and all about the upcoming fun at Jamboree. So far, we have been in Salt Lake City for RootsTech, Whittier for WAGS, and the Queen Mary ScotsFest in Long Beach and have plans to visit Orange County at the Genealogy BASH, the Conejo Valley Genealogical Society, Discover Your Roots, and the CAAGS 30th Anniversary Conference.
In addition to the in-person appearances, we will be sending material for the registration bags and/or freebie table to other genealogy events near and far. 

If you're not on this list and would like one of our ambassadors to visit, please send us a note at scgspackandship@gmail.com and we'll see what we can do to get someone there. 

If you are hosting a full-day seminar or multi-day conference and would like to have SCGS information available for your participants (particularly the SCGS webinar information, which is relevant no matter where you live), please send us a message with the following information:

1. Number of copies you need

2. What you would like:
           Jamboree postcards
           German and Eastern European Research Track flyers
           African American Research Track flyers
           Webinar flyers
           All of the above
3. The shipping address
4. The date these need to be in your hands.

The "send stuff" offer is good for genealogical events outside of California, as well. Thanks for helping us spread that word.

If you would like to send YOUR information to be added to our freebie table at no charge, please send between 200-400 copies to the following address. Send between April 1 - May 20th to make sure your materials are included. 

Jamboree Freebie Table

Southern California Genealogical Society
417 Irving Drive
Burbank, CA 91504

Thanks for helping us make this the best Jamboree ever!!

1 comment:

Lise Harding said...

Correction - The Conejo Valley Genealogical Society Seminar is on March 12, not 19.