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Hey Austin reefers! I'm sure we've all seen crazy pictures and scenes of absolute disaster and flooded neighborhoods in Houston. Thousands of homes are flooded and lots of Houston reefers are/will be negatively affected. It sounds like a lot of reefers haven't lost power, or have a backup generator to keep their tanks running, but I'm sure some did not have that luxury and will lose their reef livestock. I will be putting together some free frag packs to take down to Houston when the crisis is over and people have had a chance to rebuild. If you would like to participate in showing generosity to those who lost their tanks in Houston by donating some coral frags or fish post here and we can organize a delivery to Houston in the future.
Have you been checking out the ReefCurrents.org page? Especially the raffle page (big announcement coming soon). Choose from 9 tanks. Several worth thousands: --- 1. Showcase Planet Aquarium 60 gallon, 24" cube w/ high-end LED, skimmer, sump, etc. (Details soon.) --- 2. Marineland 220 Reef Ready with stand & canopy --- 3. Red Sea 350 series (73 display, 91 gallon total) --- 4. Planet Aquarium tank (44g) --- 5. Red Sea NanoMax (20g) --- 6. Innovative Marine (20g) --- 7. JBL 10g with filter & LED light --- 8. JBL 8g with filter & LED light --- 9. JBL 6gL with filter & LED light Keep checking the ReefCurrents.org website for the latest updates and sign-up for the newsletter to keep up to date.
The Marine Aquarium & Reef Society Houston (MARSH) in conjunction with Steve Tyree's Coral Farmer's Market (CFM) are again organizing Reef Currents Sat March 19th, 2016 at the Sheraton IAH. See the website: ReefCurrents.org Please click the more "info button" to see updates on the speakers, vendors, raffle items, information about the venue and room discounts.
Is anyone here planning to attend the inaugural Reef Currents conference in Houston? Is hearing John Coppolino (Copps), Matt Pedersen (again), or Bob Fenner, or visiting the list of vendors not worth it? Many of the vendors will bring items you order to the event, so you can save on shipping and any shipping losses/mistakes, etc. Post, so we know how to make next year's event more enticing?