The SCGS welcome bags were reusable shopping bags with the SCGS logo on it. They contained mostly informational handouts, but also had some very useful items such as a couple of "Genealogy at a glance" research cheat sheets put out by the Genealogical Publishing Company. I got one for French-Canadian research, and one for African American research. I'm excited to have both. Also in the bag was a gift certificate for a free social media class or 50% off of a methodology class through the National Institute of Genealogical Studies, a free subscription to Archives.com, a sticky note packet from the Ohio Genealogical Society, my Heritage Family Tree Builder software, and a Jamboree edition of The Searcher.
In addition to the SCGS Jamboree welcome bag, Geneabloggers also had a welcome bag. In it I got some fancy beads (as is their tradition, I guess), a one year professional membership to Geni.com, a 6 month trial of worldvitalrecords.com, a USB adapter outlet from FamilySearch.org, an offer for one free record or methodology class from the National Institute of Genealogical Studies, and a 10 disc webinar series from Legacy Family Tree!
There were several other things in each bag which I can't think of off the top of my head. Not in either of my bags, though, were the t-shirts I got from Wikitree.com and Geni.com. Cool deal!
Jamboree wasn't about the stuff, but it sure was nice to get it. I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the welcome bags, for both SCGS and Geneabloggers.