Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Press Release: Happy 5 Year Anniversary!


Five years ago today, a3Genealogy not only began a company blog, but officially opened the doors to clients. We thank all of you who have journeyed with us!

Our first large client was a celebrated Napa Valley Vinter who has continued using our research services to plan Ancestral Trips and provide Vinter History of Napa! He has been diligently uncovering generations of family tree branches from North Carolina, Missouri and California to Germany.

We particularly loved our Aussie Forensic Genealogy case that had a happy ending. Oh, and let's not forget our clients who partner with a3Gen Research Services for their historical and family history writing projects. Our public presentation, Saving Alice: Sharing Your Family History is based on one energetic Illinois client who is a prolific family history writer and believes in saving the legacy and memory of ancestors.

In spite of being known for our Media work - History Channel, Who Do You Think You Are (NBC and TLC 2011-2013) and PBS, Finding Your Roots, our bread and butter is Military History research which recently led a3Gen to offering full Veteran Service division out of St. Louis dedicated to retrieving veteran records. One of our newest military projects concentrated on the Texas Revolution. Researchers on this project have uncovered documents and collections in the most obscure repositories.

We are looking forward to the next 5 years of blogging, researching, writing and to meeting the higher demand of our Speaker Series and Corporate and Entrepreneurial Alliances (CEA)As we grow and expand our services, we expect to see you there. You've always been there.

Thanks to the a3Gen Researchers that have made this happen! And thanks to the clients that have put their trust in a3Genealogy's Premier Services.

Five Years and Counting!

Kathleen Brandt
a3Genealogy.com
Accurate, Accessible Answers
a3Genealogy@gmail.com

5 comments:

  1. Happy 5th Blogiversary!! I celebrate my first Blogiversary in about three months. It has been a real learning experience since I joined Geneabloggers. I have learned about my ancestors and a little about how to tell people about them. Maybe we should follow each other. I like to think that people are as interested in my blog as much as I'm interested in their blog, but admit this is a bit unrealistic. But I do know we are a community. :-).

    Regards,

    Grant Davis

    http://thestephensherwoodletters.blogspot.com

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  2. Happy Blogiversary! Wishing you many more years of success!

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  3. Happy 5th Anniversary . . .woo-hoo!

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  4. HAPPY BLOGOVERSARY TO YOU, HAPPY BLOGOVERSARY TO YOU, HAPPY 5TH BLOGOVERSARY DEAR KAAAAATHLEEEENNNNNN, HAPPY BLOGOVERSARY TO YOUUUUU!!!!!

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