Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2008
Reef Hot Spot, a saltwater fish store in Los Angeles, is announcing their new partnership with a coral supplier from Bali, Indonesia. Reef Hot Spot is proud to have an exclusive relationship with Bali Specialty Corals of Indonesia, the premier collector and exporter of rare and hard to find live corals from Indonesia. Bali Specialty Corals of Indonesia has been in the business of collecting and exporting corals for more than 20 years.
Customers can order these exclusive corals through their online store, and they also have a brick and mortar saltwater fish store in Los Angeles. For online customers, Reef Hot Spot is currently offering Free FedEx Priority Overnight shipping for all orders of more than $225. While most mail order saltwater fish and coral companies have raised their shipping prices over the last year, Reef Hot Spot has kept its shipping costs for medium and large orders free. They have also kept their flat rate Priority Overnight shipping for all orders under $225 at only $29.99 per shipment regardless of the number of animals ordered.
In addition to these top quality live corals from Bali, Indonesia, customers can also choose from a huge selection of saltwater fish, live rock and dry goods. The selection remains the same whether they shop online or in the saltwater fish store in Los Angeles.
For more information, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com.
About Reef Hot Spot:
Reef Hot Spot is a leading source of exotic saltwater fish, rare coral and saltwater invertebrates for home reef aquariums. At their online store, customers can buy saltwater fish and corals shipped via FedEx Priority Overnight for delivery to anywhere in the United States. Reef Hot Spot offers discounted saltwater fish for sale, as well as rare and exotic types of salt water fish and invertebrates for the coral reef aquarium.
Reef Hot Spot's saltwater fish store in Los Angeles also provides an exotic selection of saltwater fish, live coral and reef aquarium animals at discounted prices. They have more than 12,000 gallons of coral reef aquariums and saltwater fish holding tanks. There are hundreds of corals, Acropora frags, Zoanthid frags and saltwater fish in stock now.
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