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04-02-2010, 08:36 PM
Originally Posted by ReeferRob
Sorry guys for the lame question, but what's the big deal with MACNA anyway? Isn't it just a mega coral swap? What am I missing?
Here is a summary, from their website.
The Marine Aquarium Conference of North America, (MACNA) is the largest and oldest marine aquarium conference held in the US and Canada.
Hobbyists at all skill levels have been enjoying MACNA for over twenty years. Aquarium enthusiasts and avid reef keepers will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with peers and professionals. Learn from leading researchers in the fields of aquaculture, marine biology, diving and oceanography. Discover new technologies and purchase cutting edge equipment. Conference attendees will have an opportunity to purchase some of finest handpicked corals from over 100 vendors.
But that's s not all! Get ready for a huge raffle. Marine reef keeping equipment, supplies and countless other highly sought after items will all be raffled off. You can purchase your raffle tickets when you register for your full conference pass. Enjoy the open bar and reception dinner Friday night, as well as the spectacular Saturday night banquet!
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