Interested GeographiesNorth America
Interested IndustriesAgriculture & Forestry, Animals & Pets
Events Participated23 Organized
15th - 16th
Concord, United States#Animals
22nd - 23rd
Sarasota, United States#Animals
22nd - 23rd
Chattanooga, United States#Animals
22nd - 23rd
Denver, United States#Animals
Fort Myers, United States#Animals
Herpetorama, Inc as Event Organizer
North Carolina Repticon
3Gino Bogers Reviewed Repticon Tampa on 02 Mar 2022
Retired at Super GIANTS
I try to make the Tampa Repti-con every chance I get but lately seems to have less and less variety of animals, plenty of products but go to see what breeders have produced lately.
5Carl Bilancione Reviewed Repticon Orlando Show on 16 Feb 2020
Dentist at Maitland Dentistry
MB Exotics--Mark Baldel was a wealth of information in regards to a Ball Python I purchased from him last the last Orlando show in December. Everyone I spoke with was friendly & informative no pressure to purchase anything.
4Selena Ursery Reviewed Repticon Charlotte on 17 Jul 2019
Animal Rescue at Piedmont Reptile Rescue
The show was in a much nicer building than previously used. Restrooms were clean and well stocked. Load out was easier being able to enter the building with a vehicle. There was no cellphone service inside building so customers complained about that. We were forced to pay for venue wifi in order to take credit card payments. Paid parking was not liked by the customers.We hope to be in the same building again next show. AC was comfortable consistently throughout the weekend.
4AMORY SURCY Reviewed Repticon Charlotte on 14 May 2018
I didn't like that you had to pay for parking. Columbia Repticon was free to parking. Columbia Repticon had more variety of animals but pretty much the same vendors at Charlotte Repticon. For shows like this vendors need to bring variety of rare animals that you know you are able to sell. You average crested gecko and ball python is not going to cut it. This is my 5th show going into there is is to many looking a around and not enough buying. Remember venders need to make competitive prices. When ever I go to a show like gun shows or reptile shows I not looking to pay full price for a animal Overall I enjoyed it and bought my first mangrove monitor.
5Michelle Reviewed ReptiDay Gainesville on 27 Oct 2019
NA at None
Good to bring cash as well as card in case their reader isn’t working. They have a lot of knowledge so would be good to have questions on the reptile you intend to get or helpful for the ones you already have.
5Magali perez Reviewed Repticon Tampa on 12 Jun 2018
1st time going and it was an amazing event, but was very disappointed in the VIP Bags I purchased 4 VIP tickets and all we got in each VIP bag was a book that u can order stuff from. Not worth the time of day to purchase VIP tickets
5Judith Housley Reviewed Repticon Memphis on 27 Feb 2018
This was our first time to attend Repticon. The vendors were all nice and took time to answer questions.I especially liked the Veterinarian booth. Knowing we would have support with our animal after purchase was peace of mind.
4Donna C Gentle Reviewed Repticon Atlanta on 15 Oct 2018
Realtor at Donna Gentle
Brought 2 grandsons. They had a blast. Vendors were mostly informative/kind. Entry price seemed fair. Liked to have seen a little more variety of reptiles & more info on the animals there. Understand this is for collectors/buyers
5Lanie Reviewed Repticon Atlanta on 14 Apr 2017
I was in line For VIP bag, and the guy in front of me who said he already had 10 of them got last one.I don't even know what was in them but I don't think that people should be allowed to get that many when there was still a huge line behind them.
5Terrance Rhymes Reviewed Repticon Atlanta on 05 Jan 2020
Hobbyist at Spry global
Only 1 ticket booth?. Give a map of the 2 buildings