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Please Welcome Our Newest Sponsor
« on: February 21, 2011, 21:14:01 »
We are pleased to announce that Gerber's Saltwater Warehouse has joined Ohio Reef as our newest sponsor. 

Gerber's has a large and diverse selection of saltwater fish.  In addition to the usual specimens of fish we put into our reef tanks, there's also sharks, stingrays, harlequin tuskfish, pipefish, seahorses, and others to select from.

Like freshwater?  Gerber's has a large, diverse selection of freshwater fish available, including many rare and unusual specimens.  If you have friends and they are into freshwater fish, please tell them about Gerber's.  The more freshwater fish that are sold, the better it is for the saltwater side, as this allows more diversity in corals, fish, and inverts to be carried.

Gerbers's has over 1500 lbs of live rock at any given time, as well as live brine shrimp, corals, frags, inverts, clean-up crews, and drygoods in inventory.  They also carry a full range of aquariums and Nano-cubes.

Please stop in and see John, Bryon, Brian, Adam, and the rest of the crew.   They are located in Moraine, Ohio, and you can see thier website at http://www.saltwaterwarehouse.com/Gerbers_Saltwater_Warehouse/Home.html
« Last Edit: February 21, 2011, 21:21:23 by kattz »
90g SPS and LPS reef tank, 35g sump, ceramic rock by The Alternative Reef, Neptune Apex w 2 X EB8's, Moonlight module, ATI Sunpower Dimmable 8 X 39W T5's, Octopus Extreme 160 skimmer, PM Kalkwasser Reactor, 2 X Vortech MP40's, Geo 618 Ca reactor

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