Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A Chance to Win A Copy of RootsMagic 4 from We Tree Genealogy

If you don't already use RootsMagic 4 but would like a chance to win a free copy of the software program along with the companion book Getting the Most Out of RootsMagic 4, please head on over to The We Tree Genealogy Blog where Amy Coffin is giving away, through a draw, a copy of RootsMagic that she received at the recent RootsTech conference.

As Amy says, "The fairest way I can think of to give everyone an equal chance is a random drawing. Send me an email at amybean2 at gmail dot com with RootsMagic in the subject line. You can enter now through 11:59PM Central Time on Tuesday, March 1, 2011. Each email will be numbered in the order in which they landed in the email box. On Wednesday, March 2, I will randomly draw and announce the winner.

This little event is open to blog readers in the U.S. and Canada only. Sorry, but postage rates make it so.

Anyone who does not already own a copy of RootsMagic 4 is eligible. Owners of earlier editions of RootsMagic are welcome to enter the drawing, as RootsMagic 4 is completely different than what you own."

RootsMagic 4 is the genealogy software that I use as it not only provides easy to use, great source citation templates but also provides the RootsMagic-To-Go feature that allows the software to be run off a USB memory stick/thumb drive. My 8GB USB thumb drive not only allows me to run the software with my full database but allows sufficient room for me to carry all my birth, marriage, death and census records, family photos, and digital books in my pocket. The thumb drive can be plugged into any computer to allow access to your database without the need to first install the software.

The chance to win great free software for the price of an email. Great deal!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing the word, Ian! I'm a RootsMagic user, too. I appreciate all the support Bruce Buzbee (Mr. RootsMagic) gives his software users. This giveaway exists because of his support and care for the genealogy community.