[APG Public List] Tree Chart Printing...?

Sheri Fenley 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.

Sheri Fenley
Stockton, California

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.*
> **
> *Blessings,
> Kate*
> *"Hey, is this heaven?"  "No, it's Iowa!"*
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