08 June 2011

MyHeritage.com and Family Tree Magazine launch free family reunion contest

MyHeritage.com announced today that it has partnered with leading US family history publication, Family Tree Magazine, to host an online contest to encourage interesting family discoveries and to help reconnect family ties lost through fate and time. The contest winner will receive an expenses-paid reunion with a long-lost relative from anywhere in the world and there are other enticing prizes for runners-up.

The contest is open to all interested individuals who have discovered new living family connections or long-lost relatives through their family history research. Entrants are required to submit a few sentences describing their discovery and what this means to them.

Entries can be made via the MyHeritage.com Blog,  MyHeritage.com Facebook page or the Family Tree Magazine Facebook page. Click here for the full contest rules and guidelines.

The grand winner will receive an expenses-paid reunion with a long-lost relative, a year-long VIP subscription membership with Family Tree Magazine and a three-year Premium-Plus subscription with MyHeritage.com. Two runners-up will receive a digital subscription to Family Tree Magazine and a three -year Premium-Plus subscription with MyHeritage.com.

“Discovering a long-lost relative or simply connecting to relatives not previously known often has a profound impact on people researching their roots,” commented MyHeritage Chief Genealogist Daniel Horowitz.  “We’re very excited to partner with Family Tree Magazine to help encourage family history enthusiasts to share their discoveries and consequently inspire others with their own research. With a growing worldwide family network of more than 56 million users and offering services in over 36 languages, reuniting families around the world is a core company value at MyHeritage.com.”

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