Get ready to give the gift that will go down in history. Literally!
The new AncestryDNA Kit From Ancestry.com will help you or your loved ones discover new details about their family history including their ethnic mix, close and distant relatives and more! Visit AncestryDNA for more information.
If you are looking for a unique gift idea that is personal and special, give them the gift of being able to interpret their own DNA. It’s becoming increasingly popular to search for family history to learn more about where we come from, thanks in part to shows like TLC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?” and PBS’ “Finding Your Roots.”. We sit back and watch big celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Lisa Kudrow, Cindy Crawford, Ginifer Goodwin and more discover their real roots and we want to do the same.
Well now you can.
With the AncestryDNA Kit from Ancestry.com ($99) you or your loved one can uncover their ethnic mix by going back multiple generations to discover close or distant relatives from Ancestry’s 1 million+ other users. It is amazing that you can find new details about your family history with just a simple saliva sample. It is a truly personal and thoughtful gift that keeps on giving for years – maybe even a lifetime. This small box will bring your family together in new ways you didn’t even know was possible.
See AncestryDNA Kit for more information and enter for a chance to win an AncestryDNA Kit worth $99 below!
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