RootsTech Group on RideBuzz – Ride Sharing

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For those of you attending RootsTech in Salt Lake City, February 2-4, 2012 or if you are arriving earlier for the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy or the Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference: many have asked about sharing cabs from the Salt Lake City Airport or other ride sharing options.

I’ve successfully used RideBuzz in the past, specifically for the FGS 2011 conference in Springfield, Illinois.  So I’ve created a new group just for the RootsTech event next month – you can access it here (http://www.ridebuzz.org/events-group/rootstech-2012-16544.html) and post a ride request, answer a ride request or other information.

I am staying at the Radisson Downtown Salt Lake City and they do not provide a complimentary shuttle from the airport.  Please keep this in mind if you are also staying at the Radisson.  Your options are taking a taxi (about $18) or using one of the shuttle van services at the Salt Lake City Airport.

Please take advantage of this service from RideBuzz and please spread the word via social media and on mailing lists, etc.

©2012, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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  1. Thomas, what a great idea! I can also recommend Express Shuttle as the service we recommend to SLIG participants. It costs $8.00 per person from the airport to the Radisson (not sure on the other hotels). They run approximately every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day from the airport. Airport pickup is just outside the doors by baggage claim. For travel to the airport, a departure must be scheduled with Express Shuttle; they do not pick up automatically from the hotel. Departures should be scheduled the evening before, and the Radisson can aid you in arranging for shuttle service to the airport. The average travel time to and from the airport is twenty minutes.

    So excited to welcome the genealogy community to Salt Lake in a few weeks!

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