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Monday, June 29, 2009
Message from IBC Convention

Posted by: "Walden Nida" wcnida@earthlink.net wcnida
Sun Jun 28, 2009 11:23 pm (PDT)

I want to thank all of you for making this a successful convention. Connie and Melissa helped us with the new software. We had always used manual logs and this was new to us. Hermanus and Joty along with other Indonesian IBCmembers helped us go wild in Texas.

The species exhibit was a success thanks to the hard work of Gerald and Mark. This showed the world can work together for the love of our fish. We had plenty of liquid refreshments so everyone thought things were going smoothly. We fed everyone Texas food and we hope they liked it. Our tee shirts were a big success and we will have a second printing as many people wanted more than one. We will offer them on our web site for ordering. We are in negotiations with our printer now.

Thanks again for the opportunity to expose The IBC to the joy of species bettas and a chance to go wild in Texas.

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