WWC Employee Epic Tank Battle!

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It's time to announce something cool happening here at WWC!

The WWC Employee EPIC TANK BATTLE!

This year-long contest is comprised of 2 different divisions - 10 Gallon & 20 Gallon.
Each reef tank is made up of a team of individuals and the upkeep duties are split between them. Each team has a coral and fish budget which must not be exceeded.
We will be posting photos and videos of our progress throughout the year and at the end of the contest.
The winner will be decided once the contest ends on March 31st, 2021. The winning tanks will be voted upon by the members and followers of Reef2Reef, Instagram, and Facebook. Each tier has prize money for the winners.


One of the coolest parts of this contest is the awesome sponsors that made this all happen! Special thanks go out to the following sponsors!

Waterbox
for their 10 cubes and 100.3 gallon reefs
EcoTech for the Gen 5 XR15's

AI (Aqua Illumination) for their Nero and Hydra 32's
Marco Rock for their dry rock for most of the reefs
Brightwell for their Microbacter to get these reefs cranking
NYOS for their Skimmer / Reactor which were used in the two - 100.3 reefs
Flipper for their Algae Magnet Cleaners



Here are a few photos right after set up so you can see some of the reef scapes that our teams are coming up with:













Lots more to come as the reefs are in full swing already!

Get ready to pick your favorite reef!
 
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Here is the 1st video of our progress.

We will continue to keep this thread updated thought the contest with pics and videos.

So....What tank do you like best so far??????
So far team stick in Da mud. Rock work looks the best to me.
 

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I'm excited to see how these turn out. Westside Collection will be interesting to watch with all those smaller rocks/rubble on the bottom instead of sand or bare bottom. Also I really like the look of Pirates Cove. The rocks they used have that sunken/broken ship look.
 

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