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Well Known Aquarium Supply Store in the South Bay of Southern California Celebrates Grand Opening for Their New Location

February 21, 2014

South Bay staple Aquatic Fantasy in Redondo Beach, CA gets an update with a new location and website showcasing their extensive selection of saltwater fish and corals.

Redondo Beach, Ca (PRWEB) February 21, 2014

Aquatic Fantasy, a well-known saltwater aquarium supply store in Redondo Beach, CA, recently celebrated the grand opening of a new storefront location and the launch of a new companion website.

The new location, just five doors down from the space that Aquatic Fantasy occupied for many years, features more new tanks to better showcase their diverse selection of saltwater livestock, aquariums, and supplies. Inside the new 1,800 square foot store customers will find hundreds of live corals, saltwater fish, and invertebrates housed in spectacular new tanks.

Among the highlights of the new store are four brand new 200-gallon live coral tanks featuring an unparalleled collection of SPS, LPS, and soft corals, including some of the most beautiful and vibrantly colored corals available. All of these corals are aquacultured or sustainably harvested in order to prevent harm to wild reefs.

Another exciting feature of the new store is the awesome selection of “cleanup crews” or invertebrates that help clean and maintain saltwater aquariums, even as they add interest and diversity to the tank. Aquatic Fantasy has thousands of different snails, hermit crabs, starfish, urchins, and more to choose from.

Of course, saltwater fish are also prominently displayed in the new store’s layout, with an abundance of tanks housing everything from small fish for nano tanks to rare and exotic reef fish. An 800-gallon aquarium containing Aquatic Fantasy’s own collection of fish, some of which are over 20 years old, will also be on display as a testament to the expertise and dedication of the staff. Plus, customers looking for inspiration for their own projects will soon be able to admire a new 1,000-gallon built-in wall aquarium stocked with exotic reef fish and coral.

In addition to saltwater livestock, customers will also find all the aquarium supplies needed to design and maintain saltwater aquariums, as well as over 600 gallons of live rock tanks, including many hard-to-find items such as Marshall Island Rock.

Aquatic Fantasy’s new website plays an important role in helping to not only get the word out about the store’s expansive collection of products and services, but also provide customers with the support and information they need to take care of their aquariums. The blog section of the website should be particularly helpful, dispensing advice about selecting and caring for all kinds of saltwater livestock.

Though a desire to embrace the latest technology did factor into the decision to make these upgrades, the owner of Aquatic Fantasy stresses the fact that the store has no intention of allowing its commitment to old-fashioned customer service to fall by the wayside. Instead, the newly redesigned and expanded website and store will continue to support the company’s goal of providing personalized service and expert advice to each and every customer.

About Aquatic Fantasy

Aquatic Fantasy is a full service saltwater aquarium store that has been in business since 1986. With the largest selection of saltwater fish, corals, invertebrates, and saltwater aquarium supplies in the area, as well as a friendly and knowledgeable staff, Aquatic Fantasy excels in designing, stocking, and maintaining all kinds of saltwater aquariums. In-home aquarium maintenance services are available. Customers are invited to stop by any time to browse the store’s extensive collection of saltwater livestock, ask questions, and get expert advice from true saltwater aquarium enthusiasts.

541 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Unit C

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

310-798-7333

http://www.aquaticfantasy.com

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