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    Thumbs Up Spring 2017 Auction Registration is Now Open!!!

    Registration Is Now Open!!!

    Register now for our Spring Auction that will be held on

    Sunday, March 26th at the Windy Hill Community Center

    (1885 Roswell St SE, Smyrna, GA 30080)

    ** READ THIS - VERY IMPORTANT **
    Everyone must register to participate in our auctions. If you registered for our past auctions, you'll need to re-register.
    We clear the auction registration database prior to each auction (this helps us keep everyone's information current).
    Both buyers and sellers need to register for our auctions.



    Here's how you register:

    In your browser go to the following URL:
    http://www.aquaticgardener.com/AAAA/...nregistration/


    1. Click on 'Click Here To Create A New Account'

    2. Fill out the form using 332817 for the key code.
    Also, your password needs to be at least 8 characters long.


    3. If all goes well, you'll be prompted to login. Go ahead and login

    4. Following your login, you'll now see your bidder/seller number

    5. Sellers, if you click the text below your bidder number, you can register items for the auction

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    The forum roll back didn't affect the registration did it?
    Jakub Lapinski - Premier Aquatics Manager
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    Email - jakub@premieraquatics.net

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    No, Auction registration is done on a separate server. Any previous registration to the Spring 2017 auction will still be there.
    David Mercer
    AAAA Auction Chair

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    I registered before the server migration, and it looks like my number does indeed check out. ;)

    So... because I didn't pay attention earlier, I know that there is a $5 fee for non-members to sell. What about to bid? What should I tell friends or coworkers that might show up for the first time ever at our auctions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatherbeast View Post
    I registered before the server migration, and it looks like my number does indeed check out. ;)

    So... because I didn't pay attention earlier, I know that there is a $5 fee for non-members to sell. What about to bid? What should I tell friends or coworkers that might show up for the first time ever at our auctions?
    I was trying to find updated rules but could only find the ones from last fall that stated "$1 is deducted per bag for non members". I'm confused now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatherbeast View Post
    I registered before the server migration, and it looks like my number does indeed check out. ;)

    So... because I didn't pay attention earlier, I know that there is a $5 fee for non-members to sell. What about to bid? What should I tell friends or coworkers that might show up for the first time ever at our auctions?
    There is no fee to be a buyer. Tell them to bring a fat wallet and have fun! :)

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    I forgot, what time does it start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilde View Post
    I forgot, what time does it start?
    Registration starts at 10:00, auction at 11:00.

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    Is it OK to ask who might be bringing what kind of fish? I guess I just did. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawker View Post
    Is it OK to ask who might be bringing what kind of fish? I guess I just did. :)
    There is a small yellow oval with "Up for Auction" in the top right corner of the registration page. That will bring up a list of items that are already registered and approved. It usually lags quite a bit since most folks wait until a few days before hand to decide for sure what to bring. The are usually a thread or two up asking about what people plan on bringing or what folks are looking for. Such as... http://www.atlantaaquarium.com/showt...at-the-auction

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