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					                                                       Nebraska Reptile
                                                          Breeders Expo.
                                                          April 18th, 2010
Dear Vendors:
         The Nebraska Herpetological Society (NHS) would like to invite you to our 17 Annual Spring Nebraska Reptile
Breeders Expo (NRBE) on Sunday April 18 , 2010. I am looking forward to serving you and would like to add you to the
variety of vendors at our show. NRBE has growing steadily each year from average attendance of 550 to last spring’s
whopping 850 people. We want you to be happy with the shows you choose to attend this year, so if you have any needs
or questions please call Glenn Eisel at 402-210-7485 or Email, or . Please
check out the NHS website ( ) for a complete list of rules and prohibited animals. The Reptile
Breeders Expo is always a good time and will continuing to grow with your help as a quality reptile vendor. Please reserve
your table space today, by emailing the registration info. Listed on the form (send info. not whole form) back to me or if I
already have all your info you may call or text your reservation at any time. The Nebraska Herpetological Society looks
forward to having you, and I know you will have a great time.

        This year, the NRBE will be held at the Omaha Executive Inn and Suites (formerly Howard Johnson Hotel), 3650
South 72nd St (interstate 80 exit 449) Omaha, Ne. It is on 72 right next door to Burger King. Hotel reservations are to
be made by calling 402-397-3700 or 800-446-4654. Discounted room block rates are $63.00 1-4 occupants with small
breakfast. Use Nebraska Herpetological Society or reptile show to get group rate. The deadline date for blocked rooms is
March 18 , 2010. If rooms fill up, an optional hotel will be Comfort Inn suites – just one block east on Grover street.
Discounted Room Rates are $79.99 for a 2 room suite with hot breakfast. Please make reservations as soon as possible
since the rooms will go fast, and after March 18 their price may increase, if the room rate does increase please let me
know I will take care of it for you. There will be a hospitality suite available Saturday night with cold beverages and food
available. Room 114 and the adjoining Adriatic room will be open by 5PM.

This year the NHS has voted to join the USARK as a Silver member to help protect our rights as reptile keepers. NHS
wanted to support the breeders who make this show possible. Look for the USARK member banner to be added to the
web site soon.

         NHS would like to extend to you this invitation to attend. If this date meets your schedule, please Email
registration info from form or or a mailing address also available by request

If you have any questions contact : Glenn Eisel at: or 402-210-7485 . A complete list of rules and
prohibited animals is available on the NHS website and on also the
list of 2009 vendors is available to view at

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Glenn Eisel
Nebraska Reptile Breeders Expo coordinator

       Table fee $50.00 per six foot tables some special tables arrangements are available also
       Headquarters Hotel: Omaha Executive Inn and Suites (formerly Howard Johnson Hotel) $63.00 1-4 occupants
        402-397-3700, 800-446-4654
       Optional Hotel: Comfort Inn Suites $79.99/ includes 2 room suite and hot breakfast 402.934.4900
       Hotel Features: Free Shuttle Service from Airport (call for staffing arrangements), Restaurant, Indoor Pool, Hot
        Tub, Sauna/Exercise Room, Night Club, and Free Parking
      Local Attractions for Omaha, Nebraska are listed below on page 3

  Nebraska Reptile Breeders Expo.
                   Sunday April 18th 2010 10AM-4PM
                             Omaha Executive Inn and Suites (formerly Howard Johnson Hotel) 402-397-3700,
                    located next to the Burger King on 72nd and Grover
 3650 South 72nd St (I-80 72nd street exit 449)         DISCOUNTED ROOM RATE $63.00
   OMAHA, NEBRASKA 68124                                          1-4 occupancy
               Room registration deadline date is March 18th
               For directions, vendor list or complete list of rules
            Table space registration form:
                $50.00 for 6- foot tables
       Set up from 7am-10am show starts 10am
                                 Nebraska Humane society inspection by 9am

Tables Needed: _______________Total Enclosed: _______________
Name: ___________________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________________
City: ____________________________State: ______Zip: _____-_____
Phone: _____-_____-_______________Dry good vendor? YES/NO
Email: ____________________________________________________
           Please list live animals below for table placement
                  Please return registration form info. To Glenn Eisel::
                         Text or call Glenn Eisel: 402-210-7485
                Thank You for Supporting the Nebraska Herpetological Society

                                          17 YEAR TRADITION

  Local Attractions for Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo
The Omaha Zoo is one of the biggest attractions in the mid-west, with attendance reaching 1.6 million
annually. This 130-acre zoo is home to some record holding exhibits. Like the largest Cat Complex in North
America and the world's largest indoor desert ,rain forest and nocturnal exhibit. Come see a truly world-Class

Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari
A drive through Park home to pronghorn antelope, elk, cranes, bison, wolves and other native animals in the
scenic Platte River valley. Safari Nebraska style along four miles of road and admire beautiful prairies,
wetlands and gardens. Behind the scenes, half the park is used for conservation and breeding of rare and
endangered wildlife.

Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium
The Ak-Sar-Ben aquarium is home to more than 50 species of fish, reptiles and amphibians native to
Nebraska. It is located just west of Omaha at the Schramm State Recreational Area.

Strategic Air & Space Museum
The Strategic Air & Space Museum is regarded as the nation's foremost facility of its kind, and preserves
aircraft and missiles for future generations. The Museum is a 300,000 square foot building that features a glass
atrium, two aircraft display hangars, a traveling exhibit area, a children's interactive gallery, a 200-seat theater,
a Museum store, an aircraft restoration gallery, and a snack bar.

Fontenelle Nature Association
More than 1,000 acres of forested hardwoods with 1-mile boardwalk hiking trails and wildlife-filled wetlands
include a nature center with animal exhibits and children's programs.

The Old Market
 The Old Market, a unique eating, shopping and entertainment area, is centered in Omaha's former fruit and
vegetable warehouse and market district. One of Omaha's most popular tourist attractions, the Old Market is
home to numerous specialty shops, cappuccino shops, a brewery, restaurants, taverns and galleries.

Omaha Botanical Gardens
Solitude and beauty are found in 100 acres of outdoor gardens. 2000 roses in a formal setting; a
spectacular Victorian perennial garden; an indoor ever-changing Floral Display Hall; gift shop; cafe; and
much more.

Visit Omaha
City of Omaha website dedacated to travel and tourism with other attractions not listed above.

Visit Nebraska
State website dedacated to travel and tourism with other attractions not listed above.

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