October 12-13, 2019 | Saturday 10 am - 6 pm | Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Secaucus, NJ | Meadowlands Exposition Center

BOOTH 313 – ENTER TO WIN ONLY AT Aquatic Experience – a two week expedition to Brazil in January 2020 with Project Piaba.

  • Join Project Piaba on a trip of a lifetime where you will visit biological hotspots, meet with home aquarium fishing communities and export facilities, snorkel and experience fish in their wild habitat and participate in the Aquarium Fish Festival of Barcelos.
  • This trip will include airfare, rooming and meals.  Winner will need to meet Project Piaba’s Expedition Participants Essential Eligibility Requirements and submit a video stating their interest in the Expedition and Project Piaba’s work.
  • Video length should be 1:30 minute max including the below.
    • Mandatory Information:
      • First and last name, age
      • level of interest in and passion about the hobby
      • where are they from
      • Consent to share videos across social media
      • Who would you bring with you and why?
    • Optional topics to address:
      • What do you think would be most inspirational for the next generation of hobbyists
      • What is your favorite fish and why
      • Stance on conservation within hobby and future of hobby
      • Tell us why you would like to join Project Piaba on a Rio Negro expedition, and what Buy a Fish, Save a Tree means to you.
      • After you travel to the Rio Negro with Project Piaba, snorkel with dozens of aquarium fish species, meet rural aquarium fishers, and experience the Amazon environment, how  do you think this will affect your fishkeeping?
      • After you travel to the Rio Negro with Project Piaba, snorkel with dozens of aquarium fish species, meet rural aquarium fishers, and see the Amazon environment, how will you share your experience with the fishkeeping community?
      • Project Piaba is seeking to promote aquarium fish from the Rio Negro. After participating in the expedition, what ideas do you have about contributing to this effort?
      • Project Piaba is spotlighting the human and environmental benefits of the Rio Negro aquarium trade; what ideas do you have about using this story to inspire the next generation of aquarium hobbyists?

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