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MACNA 21 is coming to Atlantic City, NJ September 25-27, 200
Old 08-13-2009, 10:40 AM   #11
 
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Here's JUST a BRIEF list of some of the GREEEEAT raffles you would be missing out on if your NOT going to MACNA XXI in Altantic City!!!!


Two Little Fishies:

1 - AquaStik red 2 oz
1 - AquaStik gray 2 oz
1 - CorAffix 2 oz
1 - C-Balance 32 oz
1 - ReVive
1 - PhosBan 150 Gram
1 - ZoPlan
1 - pH Balance 450 gram
1 - HydroCarbon 1 L
1 - Kalkwasser 1 lb
1 - PhosBan Reactor 150

Aqua FX:

Great White 300 gpd RO/DI Unit

Marco Rocks and Aquatinics:
Full 180g setup.
The setup includes a 180g All Glass tank and stand, a MarcoRocks custom rock creation, and an Aquatinics Constellation Hybrid light fixture.

Aquatic Life:

Aquatic Life CO2 Regulator w/Integrated Solenoid Valve
Aquatic Life pH Controller/ORP Monitor with Probes
Aquatic Life 100 GPD Computer Controlled RO/DI System

ESV:

8 - B-Ionic Calcium Buffer System 64 fl. oz. units
2 - Gallons B-Ionic Magnesium *
2 - Gallons ESV Granular Activated Carbon
2 - ESV Calcium Hydroxide (Kalkwasser Powder) 4 lbs.

Eshopps:

PSK-75H, Hang-on Protein Skimmer, designed for tanks 10-75 Gallons

Premium Aquatics:

Geo 612 Calcium Reactor

United Pet Group:

72 x 36 Red Oak Stand
72 x 36 Red Oak Canopy
72x36x27 300g Standard Tank Black
72x36 Glass Canopy
Model 4 fits- 180, 200 DD, 220xh, 250 DD, 265, 300 DD
ML high end light, HQI

Rod's Food:

10 Large Packs of their Original Blend Food

Tropiquarium:

$50.00 Gift Certificate

Allquatics:

$50.00 Gift Certificate

The Fish Factory:

$50.00 Gift Certificate

Ocean Gallery II:

TWO Wyoming White Ocellaris Clowns from C-Quest

Instant Reef:

"Instant" Artificial Reef #31

Eco Tech Marine:

Three Vortec Setups: MP10, MP20 and MP40W

Captain Nemo's Aquarium Superstore:

Nautilus EX 30 Skimmer
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Old 08-17-2009, 08:31 PM   #12
 
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We just had to share these....check out these 3 great prizes .....
But, there's just one catch----you have to BE THERE to win!!!!

Get your ticket NOW!!!! Go to Macna XXI - Home





Friday, a Nikon D40 camera with an 18-55mm lens will be among the prizes raffled off.....


Saturday, a Dell Inspiron 1525 workbook is one of the raffle prizes....


Sunday, you could walk away with a 52 inch Sony Bravia LCD TV. Just the tip of the iceburgh on Raffle Sunday!
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Old 08-21-2009, 10:31 PM   #13
 
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At MACNA XXI, NJ Reefers Club is providing for your listening pleasure: speakers, speakers, and more speakers.
Nope, not the square kind. The kind of speaker that you can learn from, learn how to better your Fish/Reef tank.!!!
These are the speakers we're talking about.....

Adams
Brightwell
Calfo
Coppolino
Credabel
Delbeek
Dieck
Fellman
Feldman
Fenner
Kayal
Grassinger
Jedlicki
Joshi
Jury
Kohen
Levenson
Michael
Marini
Sprung
Moe
Pro
Reed
Ross
Tetreault
Wittenrich
Yaiullo


One thing to remember....you have to BE THERE to hear them.

Tickets are available online. Check it out!
www.macnaxxi.com
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Old 08-28-2009, 08:00 AM   #14
 
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Here's a note from one of our MANY exhibitors:
"MACNA is probably one of the most important events of the year. It is a NATIONAL event that is hosted by a different club in the US each year. Reefkeepers in the tri-state area are very lucky that this year it is in New Jersey. It's really a 2 part event, both of which can be extremely valuable to reefkeepers. You'll have manufacturers and the larger vendors from all over the US at this show in the exhibit hall. This is were you can learn about the latest and greatest equipment available for your tanks. You'll be able to talk with online vendors that you usually only deal with via email. This gives you a chance to meet the people behind the scenes.
The second part of MACNA are the speakers. By far this is where you will pick up the most info. I would recommend that you take a look at the list of speakers and topics on the MACNA site make a hit list of the speakers that you want to hear. The workshops are very special in that they are up close and personal. I would highly suggest that you visit at least one workshop each day.
MACNA is also a great way to meet others in forums across the country that you have been involved in. Many forums will have a booth at MACNA and you'll find the more active members of the forums will be hanging around the booth.
If you plan ahead, you'll have plenty of time to walk thru the exhibit hall many times, listen to some speakers and join in the workgroups, making your visit to MACNA a really enlightened experience." -- Brian Griffin, Ocean Gallery Aquatics
Wondering which vendors are going to be there? Here's the floor plan... so far!
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Old 09-03-2009, 09:27 PM   #15
 
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Its getting close...real close
In just a few short weeks MACNA XXI, September 25,26,27 at the Convention Center in Altantic City , New Jersey will be here.
If you've ever been to MACNA you know what you'll be missing....
If you 've NEVER been to MACNA, you don't want to miss it!!!!

Here's why:
-30 Industry renowned Special Guest speakers
-Workshops right on the trade show floor
-Raffles ( Fri, Sat, Sun )
-Friday Night with the NERDS
-Saturday Night Banquet with Special Guest Speaker Richie Kohler
-100 Saltwater/Reefkeeping Industry Vendors


Now's the time to go to the website Macna XXI - Home and get your ticket.

You have to be there to experience it.....
and it'll be an experience you won't want to miss!!!

SEPTEMBER 10 the pre-show discounts end
Full Conference is $139, will be $159
3 Day Pass ( no evening events ) is $99, will be $109
Single Day Pass ( no evening events ) is $45, will be $55

Checks will only be accepted through September 10.
After that you'll need to use Paypal to complete your registration.

Purchase Evening event passes for your traveling companions:
Friday Night: $35
Saturday Night: $45
Both Nights: $70

Register today to save!
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Old 09-06-2009, 09:11 PM   #16
 
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We've summarized all of the MACNA topics here for you at a glance. The names below link to their bio and topic synopsis on the MACNA XXI website.

Jake Adams: Jake will be giving a overview of how water flow behaves in basic aquarium shapes
Chris Brightwell: Coming Soon!
Anthony Calfo: Coming Soon!
John Coppolino: Angelfish in Reef Aquaria: From QT and Adaptation to Pairing and Spawning
Justin Credabel: Grafting and Fusing Coral
J. Charles Delbeek : The Ultimate Living Room Aquarium: Helping to Raise Public Awareness of Coral Reefs in a BIG Way!
Jose Dieck : Calcium Reactors… In, Out and Everything in Between
Scott Fellman : Home propagation of Gracilaria for Fun and Food!
Ken Feldman : Tracking the fate of organic carbon through the marine aquarium.
Robert Fenner : The Pros & Cons of Hitchhikers in the Reef Aquarium
Lindsey Kayal : Bryopsis and Its Control in The Reef Aquarium
Richie Kohler : Shadow Divers, Searching for Hitler's Lost Sub
Jim Grassinger : Water conservation in RO/DI water making with dual membranes
Kelly Jedlicki : Coming Soon!
Sanjay Joshi : Lighting Measurement
Chris Jury : From Molecules to Monoliths, Calcification on Coral Reefs
Kevin Kohen : High-Tech Home Larvae Rearing System to raise the elusive McCulloch’s Clownfish- (Amphiprion mccullochi)
Marc Levenson : Working With Acrylics - Demonstration
Scott W. Michael : Coming Soon!
Frank Marini Ph.D. : Coming Soon!
Ray Owczarzak : Tips and Tricks for Plumbing your Reef Tank
Julian Sprung : Accidental hybridization: Sharing of genes among sea-dwelling creatures, with many evolutionary consequences
Martin Moe : Rearing an Urchin in the Florida Keys, Implications for the coral reefs and marine aquarists
Steven Pro : Propagation as a Business: From Frag Tank to Full Facility
Randy Reed : Coming Soon!
Rich Ross : Keeping Cephalopods; An Alien in your tank
Marc Tetreault : Aquascaping with Dry rock “Tips and tricks”
Matthew Wittenrich : New Ideas and Approaches in Reef Fish Propagation
Joe Yaiullo : Building and Maintaining a Sexy 20,000 Gallon Reef Tank
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Old 09-06-2009, 09:11 PM   #17
 
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We've summarized all of the MACNA topics here for you at a glance. The names below link to their bio and topic synopsis on the MACNA XXI website.

Jake Adams: Jake will be giving a overview of how water flow behaves in basic aquarium shapes
Chris Brightwell: Coming Soon!
Anthony Calfo: Coming Soon!
John Coppolino: Angelfish in Reef Aquaria: From QT and Adaptation to Pairing and Spawning
Justin Credabel: Grafting and Fusing Coral
J. Charles Delbeek : The Ultimate Living Room Aquarium: Helping to Raise Public Awareness of Coral Reefs in a BIG Way!
Jose Dieck : Calcium Reactors… In, Out and Everything in Between
Scott Fellman : Home propagation of Gracilaria for Fun and Food!
Ken Feldman : Tracking the fate of organic carbon through the marine aquarium.
Robert Fenner : The Pros & Cons of Hitchhikers in the Reef Aquarium
Lindsey Kayal : Bryopsis and Its Control in The Reef Aquarium
Richie Kohler : Shadow Divers, Searching for Hitler's Lost Sub
Jim Grassinger : Water conservation in RO/DI water making with dual membranes
Kelly Jedlicki : Coming Soon!
Sanjay Joshi : Lighting Measurement
Chris Jury : From Molecules to Monoliths, Calcification on Coral Reefs
Kevin Kohen : High-Tech Home Larvae Rearing System to raise the elusive McCulloch’s Clownfish- (Amphiprion mccullochi)
Marc Levenson : Working With Acrylics - Demonstration
Scott W. Michael : Coming Soon!
Frank Marini Ph.D. : Coming Soon!
Ray Owczarzak : Tips and Tricks for Plumbing your Reef Tank
Julian Sprung : Accidental hybridization: Sharing of genes among sea-dwelling creatures, with many evolutionary consequences
Martin Moe : Rearing an Urchin in the Florida Keys, Implications for the coral reefs and marine aquarists
Steven Pro : Propagation as a Business: From Frag Tank to Full Facility
Randy Reed : Coming Soon!
Rich Ross : Keeping Cephalopods; An Alien in your tank
Marc Tetreault : Aquascaping with Dry rock “Tips and tricks”
Matthew Wittenrich : New Ideas and Approaches in Reef Fish Propagation
Joe Yaiullo : Building and Maintaining a Sexy 20,000 Gallon Reef Tank
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:50 AM   #18
 
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Pssssttttt…. There’s still time before the webmaster has a chance to update the pricing. Get your MACNA XXI Ticket NOW, before the discount ends!
Its getting close...real close
In just a few short weeks MACNA XXI, September 25,26,27 at the Convention Center in Altantic City , New Jersey will be here.
If you've ever been to MACNA you know what you'll be missing....
If you 've NEVER been to MACNA, you don't want to miss it!!!!

Here's why:
-30 Industry renowned Special Guest speakers
-Workshops right on the trade show floor
-Raffles ( Fri, Sat, Sun )
-Friday Night with the NERDS
-Saturday Night Banquet with Special Guest Speaker Richie Kohler
-100 Saltwater/Reefkeeping Industry Vendors


Now's the time to go to the website Macna XXI - Home and get your ticket.

You have to be there to experience it.....
and it'll be an experience you won't want to miss!!!

SEPTEMBER 10 the pre-show discounts end
Full Conference is $139, will be $159
3 Day Pass ( no evening events ) is $99, will be $109
Single Day Pass ( no evening events ) is $45, will be $55

Checks will only be accepted through September 10.
After that you'll need to use Paypal to complete your registration.

Purchase Evening event passes for your traveling companions:
Friday Night: $35
Saturday Night: $45
Both Nights: $70

Register today to save!
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Old 09-14-2009, 05:11 PM   #19
 
Is the Trade Show floor open to non-registrants ?

We'll be in NY for most of the weekend but would like to swing by the Conference late Sunday afternoon. Is it possible to visit the show floor w/o being registered for the daily session ?
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Old 09-15-2009, 05:10 AM   #20
 
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Is the Trade Show floor open to non-registrants ?

We'll be in NY for most of the weekend but would like to swing by the Conference late Sunday afternoon. Is it possible to visit the show floor w/o being registered for the daily session ?

Tickets will be required for anyone entering the trade show floor. They will be available for purchase at the registration desk throughout the weekend.
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