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Clams at The Lansing Swap?


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    Default Clams at The Lansing Swap?

    Does anyone no the name the of company that was selling those really nice 90.00 clams. They were on the left side when u walked in right by the bar? Thanks

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    pacific east aquaculture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tankster View Post
    pacific east aquaculture
    Thanks im gona pic up some of those clams.

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    Here's a link:
    Pacific East Aquaculture

    I think he had the swap special going on the pricing. But they did just post a sale in their vendor forum.

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