Legacy Keepers Hosts First Ever Legacy Summit

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Personal Historians, Legacy Services Professionals Gather to Connect, Share Ideas

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Legacy Keepers, the nationwide legacy and family history preservation service, will be hosting its first-ever “Legacy Summit” on April 27, 2012 at its Bloomington, Indiana headquarters. The event will bring together personal historians and legacy services professionals to share ideas and develop strategies to help raise awareness of the importance of legacy preservation.

For the event, the Legacy Keepers team has prepared discussion sessions and group presentations designed to enhance the skill sets of its personal historians. Topics will include: “The Legacy Gap” and “why every family needs legacy preservation,” and will provide personal historians an opportunity to network and share their own experiences and ideas with the group.

“Our personal historians are really the heart of Legacy Keepers,” said Jessica Jacobs, acting director of Legacy Keepers and the host of the Legacy Summit. “They’re the ones helping families document their histories, photographs and mementos, and we’re pleased to create this opportunity for learning and connecting with other historians.”

Through a team of talented personal historians, designers, filmmakers and editors, Legacy Keepers helps families celebrate and preserve their histories though Spoken Legacy audio sets, beautiful Legacy Books and high-definition Video Legacies.

For more information about Legacy Keepers, or to schedule an interview with a personal historian, call 877.444.3607 or log on to http://www.legacykeepers.com.


About Legacy Keepers
Legacy Keepers is one of the only companies with a national network of Personal Historians and other heritage-preserving professionals who capture your story and turn your words and pictures into professionally produced audio, print and video legacies to share with present and future generations. With our private and professional services, Legacy Keepers makes it simple to record your personal legacy or that of a loved one.

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