Stars of “Tanked” Open South Florida Office

November 4, 2013

Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, the business featured on the hit show “Tanked” on Animal Planet, recently opened a new location in South Florida.

The new Fort Lauderdale office will allow them to better service customers on the East Coast, they said. Their corporate headquarters are in Las Vegas.

“It gives us another avenue to reach clients on the East Coast,” Brett Raymer, COO, said. “It’s an office for sales and meetings and design. Everything else will still be done in Vegas.”

Raymer and his “Tanked” co-star, Wayde King, who is the CEO and founder of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, along with others on the show, were promoting the opening of their new office and filming during this year’s Marine Aquarium Conference of North America held over Labor Day weekend at the Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa in Hollywood, Fla.

“We have two large projects, and lots of customers in Florida and thought it was a good idea,” King said.

King also talked about how important it is to attend shows like MACNA, explaining they hope to get younger generations interested in the hobby.

ATM, captures the beauty of living art by producing custom aquariums and acrylic exhibits. Their portfolio includes a wide range of eye-catching projects that has allowed them to build some of the world’s largest aquariums and install hundreds of custom acrylic viewing panels all around the world.

They’ve been involved in a variety of projects including those at major hotels and casinos, zoos, museums, theme parks, restaurants and retail centers, as well as private individual clients.

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