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Discussion in 'Pay It Forward' started by Jeff Rehling, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Jeff Rehling

    Jeff Rehling Supporting Member

    Thanks to all who set up and managed the CFM today. This was my first and I'm very proud to be associated with BAR.
     
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  2. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Oh was that today? Surprised no one with pictures of what they grabbed.
     
  3. grizfyrfyter

    grizfyrfyter Guest

    It was good to put some faces with names.

    Grabbed some frags while I was there.
     
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  4. Klems

    Klems Supporting Member

    Here are a few of mine... Couple of acans, neon toadstool, blue hornets, bi color hammer and ring of fire zoas
     

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  5. grizfyrfyter

    grizfyrfyter Guest

    I got a bunch of sps from Your Reef, an grafted Monti and a rainbow acan. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  6. xcaret

    xcaret Guest

    I got an old school single polyp of Purple Death, couple Purple People Eaters; from Mike, Mistic Sunset (giving it a second try) Green Polyp Toadstool and from Jess, Green-Orange mushrooms.
    Also from Bruce, a something something Jason Fox.
    Did win some from the raffle, fish food.
    No pics for now...
     
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  7. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Glad to hear Your Reef was there, I know someone broke into their shop not too long ago.
     
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  8. MolaMola

    MolaMola Supporting Member

  9. :) Jason Fox Fox Flame
     
  10. I appreciate that, but you folks manned the table all day. Thanks to all the volunteers. We had a huge turnout of volunteers this time around for set-up, during the show and after. That was the real success -- the club coming together.
     
  11. He was there and because of an illness in the family he (john) was alone to set-up and run his tables. We were able to get a bunch of club volunteers to help him all day long and to get him set-up. As @Coral reefer said "it's good when the club helps good people." Bonus -- all BAR members now get a 10% discount at his store on non-sale items and with a few hard good restrictions. Extra Bonus -- I think his store is my favorite store for low cost frags and HUGE selection
     
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  12. Rostato

    Rostato Supporting Member

    It was a great idea to have the BAR table out front. That really helped with the foot traffic. I only worked the tab,e for an hour and I bet the club pulled in at least $200 during that time.
     
  13. Mozby

    Mozby Supporting Member

    We made a killing with raffle tix sales! I didn’t get much at the market except a hammer frag and a fire shrimp, but it was fun to hang out and see everyone!
     
  14. Ashalye

    Ashalye Guest

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    Great raffle! And it was nice to see everyone!
     
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  15. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

    By far, This was the most successful show for us since Steve started the CFM a couple of years ago! It was great to get all the support for this event which allowed us to raise funds for future events.
     
  16. The changes we made with Steve on location and how we do the raffles now helped tremendously. Having our banner right there as people came in was great!
     
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  17. Mozby

    Mozby Supporting Member

    Looks like your booth did well too!


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  18. For a first time learning experience I was pleased.
     
  19. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Glad all went well, I remember that first CFM I manned the booth for a few hours and we literally had like some salt and other dosing items to raffle that were donated to us by vendors, plus they said we couldn't raffle corals because it would conflict with the vendors who are trying to sell corals, glad they changed their mind on that.
     
  20. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Supporting Member

    Remember how small and hot that room was?
     

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