[APG Public List] Tree Chart Printing...?
sherifenley at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 00:34:11 MST 2010
I second Steve Danko's suggestion. I purchased a chart from Janet at the
So. Cal. Jamboree. It is over 13 ft! I was and still am very pleased with
the product and the customer service. Janet will give your project the
attention it deserves.
On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 10:31 PM, Stephen Danko <stephen at stephendanko.com>wrote:
> I recommend that you take a look at Generation Maps at
> http://www.generationmaps.com/ . You can see a wide variety of Family Tree
> Charts on their website and get an instant quote. A number of my friends
> have had Family Tree Charts printed by Generation Maps and are quite happy
> with the results.
> Janet Hovorka, Development Director for Generation Maps, maintains a blog
> called The Chart Chick at http://thechartchick.blogspot.com/ . I met Janet
> for the first time at the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree in 2007 and
> I can tell you that she is a delightful person who shows genuine interest in
> the projects that Generation Maps works on with their clients.
> Stephen J. Danko, PhD, PLCGS
> *From:* Kate Foote <kate at comm1net.net>
> *To:* APG <apgpubliclist at apgen.org>
> *Sent:* Fri, February 5, 2010 8:37:46 PM
> *Subject:* [APG Public List] Tree Chart Printing...?
> *Hi all,*
> *I am in need of a good online source for printing large Family Tree
> Charts - for display at a family reunion. Have any of you used one of these
> printing companies? Is there one, or more, that you would recommend? Respond
> off list if you wish. Thanks in advance.*
> *"Hey, is this heaven?" "No, it's Iowa!"*
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