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2016 Bob Moore Frag Swap in Tukwila (Seattle)

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Come one - come all... It is frag swap time!

 

Planning is near final for the annual Bob Moore Frag Swap, and I'd like to personally invite all our southern members to join us! As is typical, we have a littany of sponsors, vendors, and fun lined up.

 

Did I mention we have a national speaker?? Meet Marc Levenson! Who doesn't love Marc? 

 

Full info; schedule, and your chance to buy tickets online is here: http://bobmooreswap.com

 

Over $3K in raffle items to be given away; and 10 vendors!!  Also; we are doing a promotion - if you can drop off one of our event flyers at your LFS, and tag yourself there, you can get a coupon code for 50% off your entrance ticket... Info here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/563759013781234/585932481563887/

 


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I have decided I am going too and I'm going to bring a flyer to your shop today so I can get the discounted tickets if that's okay with you!????

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Bob Moore Swap 2016


February 20th, 2016 Prepaid Entry @ 10AM Hours: 10:30AM - 4PM


Tukwila Community Center  12424 42nd Ave South  Tukwila, WA 98168



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And thanks for dropping off the flyer at Cuttlefish & Corals! :D

You are welcome! This is a great event and there are other stores people can drop of flyers to to save money! Tickets are bought!

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how long of a drive is this from Vancouver near PDX?

It's a little over 3 hours from my place. It's a little bit past Seattle. So my guess is about 2 hours 40 minutes from Vancouver. Well worth going. I have gotten some pretty cool zoas from trades I did in the past from Washington.

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yeah we are going to go ahead and grab a few zoa for fillers. I will try to make it. I wont have anything to trade so just hoping to get a good deal

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I don't think I can make that one. What's the chance I can possibly get someone to bring back some goodies

 

 

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Want to all meet at my house and then head up?

 

 

You mean like a convoy over Roy? I would be interested. It would be early though as I would like to get there right at 10am.

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what if your a new guy to the coral world and don't have any frags to swap; will there be corals to buy and people to meet?

There will be plenty of vendors that will be selling their treasures. Bring some plastic bags and a cooler to help transport them home.

 

 

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I'm so mad, I really wanted to go and trade. I had ten frags already to go and had hoped to frag another ten for trading.

Maybe I'll go and buy some zoas.

 

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I'm so mad, I really wanted to go and trade. I had ten frags already to go and had hoped to frag another ten for trading.

Maybe I'll go and buy some zoas.

 

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why are you not going?

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I'm not happy to say it but I have found

montipora eating nudibranch and I think a zoa nudi.

 

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For those with nothing to trade; the vendor's don't care! And, if you do want to trade; we will have a "trade table" setup so you have a meeting place for people to hookup and trade with you for pre-arranged trades, or you can hang in that area and hope to find a nice trade with a random attendee. Its a bit of chaos for those wanting to trade, as the swap as evolved to much more of a "sales place" over the years, but carry your cooler with you and offer up trades with anyone you meet!

 

You'd be surprised at the awesome stuff I've traded before... funny, things that are common in your area, are rarities to those up north, and vice versa!!

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We need people at the PNWMAS Table!  We need volunteers. Who is going? Let's get some ride shares going!!!

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I'd like to get an idea of about how many people are going to the Bob Moore Frag Swap. I know that I will be there!

 

We have an idea of how many people have said they are unable to attend. We need to know how many are going!

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