Houstory’s Heirloom Registry Scavenger Hunt: Week Celebrating Family History, Antiques and Genealogy Ending Soon

The third and final leg of the online scavenger hunt hosted by Houstory® – creator of The Heirloom Registry™ – started today. Participants have until March 10 to enter the contest for a chance to win the remaining $300 in prizes – including a Flip-Pal® mobile scanner.

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People still have a few more days to take advantage of this opportunity to win some great prizes.

Ferndale, Wash. (PRWEB) March 08, 2013

The third and final leg of the online scavenger hunt hosted by Houstory – creator of The Heirloom Registry – started today. Participants have until March 10 to enter the contest for a chance to win the remaining $300 in prizes – including a Flip-Pal mobile scanner.

The weeklong event, which started this past Monday, included three separate hunts, a total prize pool of more than $500 and 12 popular family history, antique and genealogy sponsor blogs.

Remaining prizes include family history and genealogy research products from Marian Pierre-Louise, Janet Hovorka and Denise Levenick; “Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2014”; “Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2013”; Heirloom Registry Standard Stickers and the Flip-Pal mobile scanner.

On Thursday, Houstory announced a winner for the first leg of the hunt: Kimberly Nagy of Downers Grove, Ill. Nagy claimed a family history prize package valued at approximately $100 – including products from The Heirloom Registry, Family Tree Magazine, genealogists Hovorka and Pierre-Louis.

“It’s been a lot of fun this week,” said Dan Hiestand, Houstory marketing director. “And people still have a few more days to take advantage of this opportunity to win some great prizes.”

About The Heirloom Registry
The Heirloom Registry is a new service from Houstory. Record a family heirloom’s history in The Heirloom Registry, and its story travels with it. Always. Inexpensive, simple: Tag heirlooms with Registry IDs, and share stories in words and pictures at heirloomregistry.com. Registered stories are permanently accessible to future owners. http://www.heirloomregistry.com

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