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    Help with advertising the frag swap

    Does anyone have any reef or tropical fish magazines that advertise things like frag swaps, and if you know of any could you please send me any info on them
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    Google the past frag swaps and see what pops up. They were advertised in different places and even places I didn't even contact. They caught wind of it and put it up in places. Also if you haven't, take the time and read through the club gmail email. You can reach out to past people that had been involved in the past.

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    I will look when I get home at my magazines. I have Reef Hobbyist, Coral, and Tropical Fish Hobbyist.
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    Find anything?
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    Reef Hobbyist Magazine has a contact us link on their website for clubs. Since we are MASNA members they should help us advertise and they might even send magazines to hand out at the swap.

    Coral Magazine contact Mike Tuccinardi at Michael.tuccinardi@reef2rainforest.com

    Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine contact James Craven at jcraven@tfh.com

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cub21rak View Post
    Google the past frag swaps and see what pops up. They were advertised in different places and even places I didn't even contact. They caught wind of it and put it up in places. Also if you haven't, take the time and read through the club gmail email. You can reach out to past people that had been involved in the past.
    Sending every member an email about the swap will be HUGE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatCoralGuy View Post
    Sending every member an email about the swap will be HUGE.
    Once we nail down all the details, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlott132 View Post
    Once we nail down all the details, yes.

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    This looks like it is going to be an Awesome Frag Swap.

    I Can't Wait

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    I think we can get on a couple of radio stations too 105.5 runs things like this too
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    Any luck with the postcards to pass out at businesses?

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