Hope these look ok. Any questions just ask. On their site is a good shot of their layout. Everything is organized into Sections/Rows. New Arrival Room, Medicine Area, RO
/Filtration Area, Shipping, area. I took a partial pic of an office, and one of the offices has 2 people. I asked to take their picture, they said sure but I was moving and they had started to move so it's blurry.
I really liked the people that work up their. If they didn't have an answer, they grabbed the closest co-worker and asked them, most of the time the buck stopped there and you got an answer but sometimes, they had to go to a few different people, cause like everyone else.....people have their "preferences" so they have more knowledge on some and not another (which was the case most of the time). Talk to an LPS
person, talk to a Poly person but don't talk to a Poly person about a fish or LPS
cause......the are off and running for an answer for you. I think this is good because you don't get a little here and a little there.
One office with 5 tanks: (No, I don't remember their names, but they were cool and funny guys.
In that office is where I took a pic of their tanks.
This tank is on the wall to the right when you first walk in. So the 3 and this one form an L shape.
Another Office with 1 tank:
Ok so I just went to their web site.....They have 7 videos of the different areas that are so much better than mine, but one good thing.....you know mine ain't touched up or professional market material. LOL
Steve in the RO
/Filtration Area, right above his head are the barrels that hold the Fresh RO
water and the Mixed Saltwater. They go through a pallet of salt a day. They do water changes to ALL tanks everyday.
Their coral "tanks" are not too deep. Everything is labeled. When we first went into the coral room, the 2 "tanks" on the end of the first row were the WYSIWYG area. I bought 2 from those tanks, but before they said yes they had to go online and make sure no one had ordered it already. The tank next to it was the upcoming day tank. Meaning that is where they took the pictures on Sunday to be posted on Monday. They have a coral there that is not named yet, I was gonna buy it but decided to wait. I gave them an idea or two for a name I wonder if they will use it. They generally go around to everyone and get their ideas for names when they doing a naming and then pick one. Real technical and sophisticated LOL
Tell me this fish ain't BIG!!
Here is a link to my PhotoBucket Album of the Diver's Den tour:
I still have to organize the album but they are out there for your viewing please. Hmm there are 5 videos and about 211 photos. FYI I think one video was an accident cause it was real short. I'll delete later, wanted to get this post in before I go to sleep.
Please visit my Album.....I didn't put them out nothing, I could have just put them on my pc
. They may not be the best pictures but they are still cool and I wanted to share some of this with you all. Hope something stands out at ya.
(The eels in the one tube scared the crap out of me and my granddaughter when we turned around and faced them LOL)