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Store Visit 6/4/16

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Stopped by during one of our stops today to check out the inventory. Had some unique and different fish and higher end corals to select from. Didn't buy anything but was a cool stop. And again, Alex knew everyone there. Even the customers...

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Stopped by during one of our stops today to check out the inventory. Had some unique and different fish and higher end corals to select from. Didn't buy anything but was a cool stop. And again, Alex knew everyone there. Even the customers...

He only knows everyone their because I drag him with me to all the stores.

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2 hours ago, Will846 said:

He only knows everyone their because I drag him with me to all the stores. emoji12.png

Hahahaha nice! You must've been the guy "money bags" they kept asking about. JK!

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I had a very nice experience AquaWorkz this afternoon (7-10-18). Good customer service, what I felt was a fair price, and a warm reception as a NV reefer (plus the 10% discount was great!) when I flashed my card :). The staffer who assisted me was knowledgeable, friendly, and spontaneously provided me exact parameters for the water in their tanks in order to enable me to know how close I would be to facilitate acclimation. He didn't talk down to me, and made me feel like a "real reefer." Yay! I purchased an approximate 3" diameter RBTA (all tips were nicely "bubbled") with pale green speckles, one of several beautiful specimens in a display tank, and a very healthy green torch with 3 large heads. All for $170.00, less the 10%, so $153.00.  Compared to what I've paid for online for a small 2-headed Aussie frogspawn, a small 2-headed green frogspawn, and a nearly microscopic RBTA, I thought it a bargain. Being a relative newbie at all this with my tank a few months shy of 2 years, I could be mistaken on the size and quality to cost ratio, or whether I could have done better, but I'm pleased! And, given the mixed reviews of LFS hereabouts, I had pretty low expectations. But at least for me on this occasion, I was pleasantly surprised. Five stars today from me!

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I had a very nice experience AquaWorkz this afternoon (7-10-18). Good customer service, what I felt was a fair price, and a warm reception as a NV reefer (plus the 10% discount was great!) when I flashed my card . The staffer who assisted me was knowledgeable, friendly, and spontaneously provided me exact parameters for the water in their tanks in order to enable me to know how close I would be to facilitate acclimation. He didn't talk down to me, and made me feel like a "real reefer." Yay! I purchased an approximate 3" diameter RBTA (all tips were nicely "bubbled") with pale green speckles, one of several beautiful specimens in a display tank, and a very healthy green torch with 3 large heads. All for $170.00, less the 10%, so $153.00.  Compared to what I've paid for online for a small 2-headed Aussie frogspawn, a small 2-headed green frogspawn, and a nearly microscopic RBTA, I thought it a bargain. Being a relative newbie at all this with my tank a few months shy of 2 years, I could be mistaken on the size and quality to cost ratio, or whether I could have done better, but I'm pleased! And, given the mixed reviews of LFS hereabouts, I had pretty low expectations. But at least for me on this occasion, I was pleasantly surprised. Five stars today from me!


Awesome write up. By chance did you catch the employees name that helped you?


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Alas, sorry I didn't think to ask him, and he had no name badge. 

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