Silent Auction: Complete 110 Gallon Aquarium

|   Up for Silent Auction is a Complete 110 Gallon Aquarium As Seen Here, from Our Immersed Aquaculture Art Gallery Exhibit.  our Sponsors, Fish Gallery, Marineland, Tetra, Eheim, Hagen, and Fluval…

Up for silent auction is a complete 110 gallon aquarium as seen here, from our Immersed aquaculture art gallery exhibit.  Our sponsors, Fish Gallery, Marineland, Tetra, Eheim, Hagen, and Fluval have donated this great setup to the Central Florida Aquarium Society to be auctioned off.

Bidding Closed: Congratulations Suzi McNorton, and thank you for your bid of $950!

Includes: Marineland 110 gallon glass aquarium, wooden stand, wooden canopy, heater, canister filter, ug filter, Tetra Whisper 300 air pump, 48″ Fluval dual T5HO light fixture with 6500K and 18000K bulbs, complete with aquascaping and fish from Fish Gallery, a $3,500 value. Optional delivery/installation available by Fish Gallery for $349. Bid in $50 increments.

How to bid:

Bid at the gallery, or online! Bidding ends March 1st. Submit your bid by commenting on this post below, contacting us via email, by sending us a message on Facebook or Twitter at @OfficialCFLAS, or by writing in your bid at the gallery. Be sure to include your name, phone number, and bid amount.

The winning bidder contacted to complete the sale following end of auction.

By placing a bid, you agree and fully understand that payment is due within 72 hours, or the next highest bidder will be contacted. The aquarium must remain setup in gallery through Friday, March 14th, and it must be removed Saturday, March 15th, 6pm. Any items left at the gallery after this date/time become property of the Central Florida Aquarium Society. If you require assistance with delivery and/or installation, Fish Gallery will provide this service for an additional charge of $349.

CFLAS is in no way responsible for any damages that may occur in relation to this aquarium. We recommend purchasing the delivery/installation package from Fish Gallery to ensure your tank is kept in mint condition.

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