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Competition sponsored by Newbreed Aquatics

http://newbreedaquatics.com.au/

 

Ladies and gentlemen the competition has begun. Somewhere hidden under these tiles are the following prizes - 

1.  Boss baby powder and boss booster

2. One pack of Boss Mineral Balls     - Winner larrymull

3. Six pieces of Cholla Wood (12-15cm lengths)

4. Ten pack of Tantora Catappa Leaves and a pack of Benibachi Kale Tablets

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How to play -

Each member can pick one tile per day however you must ensure you check what everyone else has picked as i will not advise you. 

Once you pick your tile for the day you can  NOT edit your post. Any edited post will not be counted.

I will advise everyone when a prize has been located by a member. There is only one of each available.

To be eligible to play this competition you must have a minimum of 5 posts on the forum.

Other moderators are eligible to play as myself and Newbreed are the only ones with knowledge of the prizes.

 

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Keep an eye on this thread people as i am finishing the organising with our sponsor and this comp will be running. Prizes will go up when it starts but this will be simple as. All you new members find some threads that you like and get posting i will be putting a post requirement on this competition of a measly 5 posts! so have a look around :)

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:cool: @newbreed what a bloody legend!

Newbreed aquatics check it out! 

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Good Luck everyone!! ??

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