Is the conference excitement level making you think about these things to do . . .My mind is spinning with all the great things to do at the conference. Read on for more details on five important parts of the conference
- About all the things to do, browse, buy, and learn in the Exhibit Hall? Check out the long list of exhibitors at http://www.fgs.org/2006conf/conf-exhibitors.asp.
- About being one of the vendors in the Exhibit Hall? Even with that long list of exhibitors, there are some spaces left in the Hall. Join the long list of vendors to show your wares or describe your genealogical services to genealogists, librarians, historians, editors and others from six countries. If you are interested in exhibiting at the conference you can get details at www.fgs.org/2006conf/conf-exhibitor-information.htm or contact exhibits co-chair Pat Oxley at email@example.com.
- About registering for the conference so you won't be left out of the on-site excitement? Just go to the FGS website and register online via the secure site or mail your registration to the FGS Office.
- About staying at the conference hotel so that both day and evening you will be close to the action, the people, have a nifty place to drop off purchases, and won't have to be in the middle of rush hour traffic in the city? Call the Boston Sheraton at 1-800-325-3535 to reserve your room and identify yourself as a registrant for the FGS/NEHGS Conference. Don't forget that the conference hotel is conveniently in the same complex as the Hynes Convention Center -- so you don't have to venture outside!
- About details on area transportation, hours to pick-up your registration materials, Exhibit Hall hours, area shopping and restaurant info, what clothing to pack and other things? Keep checking this blog at least weekly to get all those details as they are posted over the next 4.5 weeks leading up to the conference.