LEAR 2018 Frag Fest Fun Facts as of 2/15/2018
There are a total of 1,193 listings!
There are a total of 1,435 reservations!
There is still 8 days until the swap!
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Hello 2017 Reeftraders!!
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We would like to give you a quick history lesson about Reeftrader. Reeftrader got its start in 517A.D. at the request of King Arthur. Arthur had thrown his First Annual Medieval Frag Swap in 516 A.D. and it turned out to be a big flop.
Learning from his mistakes Arthur recognized the need to organize the trades and sales of coral using cutting edge technologies. He tasked the Knights of Reeftrader to create what would eventually become Reeftrader.com . The Second Annual Medieval Frag Swap of 517A.D. was a rousing success!
Few may know, but King Arthur was a bit of a penny pincher and instead of rewarding the creators of Reeftrader.com with treasure and riches, he only provided them with immortality. Now, don’t get us wrong, immortality is cool and all, but it doesn’t cover the costs to keep Reeftrader running. Thus, in 517A.D. the great tradition of asking the users of Reeftrader for contributions started.
Any contribution you wish to make to is much appreciated and will go towards keeping the lights on at Reeftrader.com . Even a contribution of $1 from each user will go a long way. So, please consider doing so. Contributions can be made here: http://www.reeftrader.com/support
Elon Musk and his Space X recently announced their plan to hold the First Annual Mars Frag Swap in 2018 and their intention to use Reeftrader.com . Elon has promised to provide transportation to Mars for the creators of Reeftrader, but like King Arthur, he is not providing any riches to keep the website going. So, with your support we hope to keep Reeftrader going well into the future!
Thank you to those that have already contributed to Reeftrader!
Please spread the word to your friends and clubs! Learn from King Arthur and use Reeftrader.com as a valuable tool in organizing a successful frag swap!
We hope to be able to provide you with additional Reeftrader history as our story continues.
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Tracking all of your sales and purchases from ReefTrader just got easier! Forget those bulky paper printouts (unless you are into that), now you can mark a trade as complete on your mobile device. Just go to the printable list (My Reservations --> Printable Reservations List) and you can mark each trade complete as it happens. Now you just have to worry about not running into anyone while updating your list when walking around the swap... seriously, don't make me drop my coral.
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