Martins Pet and Garden Center - 56K Warning!
Hey Indiana! I work at a small locally owned pet store (yes, they do still exist) called Martins Pet and Garden in Elkhart. We specialize in freshwater and saltwater tanks, reptiles, birds and small companion animals, along with a number of gardening and outdoor supplies. This is my shameless plug for the store :biggrin:.
I'll keep this thread updated with our current sales and let you guys know what we have in stock worth mentioning. Here's a few pics:
If you're in the area, come stop by!
-All Saltwater Livestock and Rock - 25% off!
-All fish food (including frozen) - 10% off
-Electric Blue Rams
-Striata and Queen Botias
We got a big shipment of new fish in earlier today! Lots of interesting species that we've never had before.
-Labidochromis sp. "Perlmutt"
-Aulonocara jacobfriedbergi "Red"
-Samurai Gouramis (Sphaerichthys vaillanti)
-Chocolate Gouramis (Sphaerichthys osphromenoides)
-Sparkling Gouramis (Trichopsis pumila)
-Rummynose Rasboras (Sawbwa resplendens)
-Blue Tetras (Boehlkea fredcochui)
-Celebes Halfbeaks (Nomorhamphus sp.)
-Apistogramma borelli "Blue"
and lots more I'm sure I'm forgetting about ;)
any relation to martins aquarium the used to be in PA?
Nope, unless my boss opened in a new location without telling me ;)
no the martins aquarium i was thinking of was in PA but closed many years ago. it was a sad day when that place closed. it was a really nice store with lots of exotics. i used to go there as a kid. i was hoping they just opened up shop in another state.
If i wasn't 230 miles away I'd love to check the place out! :)
Haha, me too
Car pooling up there would be a good idea... cut the cost down and gives a chance hang out and get to know each other better.
Lego, we'd probably be getting more stuff from you that from than from the shop. But I'd love to come and check it out.
When i finally get my 75 set up, i will definitely be stopping by to pick up some cool fish!
New shipment today!
-Banjo Cats (Bunocephalus coracoideus)
-Blue Acaras (Aequidens pulcher)
-Cardinal Tetras (Paracheirodon axelrodi)
-Rummynose Tetras (Hemigrammus rhodostomas)
-Threadfin Rainbowfish (Iriatherina werneri)
-Festivum Cichlids (Mesonauta festivus)
-Keyhole Cichlids (Cleithracara maronii)
-Chalk Bass (Serranus tortugarum)
-Chainlink Moray (Echinda catenata)
-Orange Toadfish (Opsanus beta)
-Yellow Coney Grouper (Cephalopholis fulva)
-Jackson's Chameleons (Chamaeleo jacksonii)
-Mali Uromastyx (Uromastyx maliensis)
Sounds like an awesome place! Maybe worth a spring roadtrip!
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