MarineDepotLive.com Wants to Give Aquarium Owners ‘Money for Nothing’

Three lucky winners will be randomly selected to receive $300 worth of store gift certificates.

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This Blood Red Acanthastrea Lordhowensis coral is one of over 300 WYSIWYG corals now available at MarineDepotLive.com

This Blood Red Acanthastrea Lordhowensis coral is one of over 300 WYSIWYG corals now available at MarineDepotLive.com

What better way is there to get people to come shop our site than give away free money?

Garden Grove, CA (PRWEB) April 01, 2013

MarineDepotLive.com, a saltwater aquarium livestock boutique that specializes in the sale of rare and exotic corals, announced they will celebrate their grand reopening during April by giving away “Money for Nothing” in a no purchase necessary to enter sweepstakes. Three lucky winners will be randomly selected to receive $300 worth of gift certificates redeemable at the online fish store.

“The new MarineDepotLive.com has only been open one month, but we’re already beginning to gain traction in the marketplace,” said Ben Ros, Director of Operations for MarineDepotLive.com. “We’re super proud of our colorful collection of corals, so we thought, ‘What better way is there to get people to come shop our site?’ than give away free money!”

MarineDepotLive.com originally opened up shop in Orange County, CA in the summer of 2001. In 2009, the parent company’s growing aquarium supply business necessitated a move to a larger location nearby that was not equipped for aquaculture at that time, so the company made the difficult decision to temporarily shutter its livestock division.

After a four year hiatus, MarineDepotLive.com reopened last month with a newfound focus on What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get merchandise. When buyers purchase an animal labeled WYSIWYG, they receive the EXACT fish, coral or clam pictured on the MarineDepotLive.com website. “It is an honest way to do business,” Ros told Advanced Aquarist Online Magazine in an interview last month.

MarineDepotLive.com has dubbed their April sweepstakes the “Money for Nothing” giveaway, a nod to 80s rock band Dire Straits and their hit single that became an MTV phenomenon. There is no purchase necessary to enter or win the giveaway. All you have to do is like MarineDepotLive.com on Facebook before May 1 and you’ll automatically be entered into the sweepstakes. You may enter a second time by subscribing to MarineDepot.com’s YouTube channel to improve your odds. Full contest rules can be found on the MarineDepotLive.com website.

Three winners will be randomly selected May 1. The first prize winner will receive a $150 MarineDepotLive.com gift certificate, second place will receive a $100 gift certificate and third place will receive a not-too-shabby $50 gift certificate.

“We’ve got sales and traffic momentum now we want to accelerate, so don’t be surprised if you see more fun promotions and giveaways from us in 2013,” hinted Ros.

Ros also stated that for a limited time, all MarineDepotLive.com orders are shipping with a free Innovative Marine AuqaGadget AccuDrip Acclimator—a $20 value—so hobbyists can properly acclimate their new livestock and make the transition into their new home as easy and stress-free as possible.

For more information about the “Money for Nothing” giveaway and to see all the great aquarium animals you can have delivered to your door, visit MarineDepotLive.com today.

About MarineDepotLive.com
MarineDepotLive.com sells colorful corals, fascinating fish, cool clams and interesting inverts for saltwater marine & reef aquariums. The company specializes in rare What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) corals that are shipped from a state-of-the-art aquaculture and holding center in Garden Grove, CA. Orders are shipped via overnight delivery for a flat-rate of $24.99 and backed by a 14-day Arrive Alive Guarantee. MarineDepotLive.com was founded in 2001.


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