Greater Florida LEGO Users Group

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Website URL
Services and activities Real Life: Meetings, shows and displays
Online: website and forums
Year founded 2000
Membership type(s) informal
Membership cost none
Target audience General interest but geographic:
AFOLs in the state of Florida, Tampa and Orlando area and those willing to travel to either area to meet.
Discussion groups? Yes, open to all

Greater Florida LEGO Users Group (GFLUG) is the LUG for those who like to meet and show off their MOCs.



The group started with Robin Werner, Mark and KK Quah back in the Summer of 2000. They held the first GFLUG meeting at Mark's place and talked for at least an hour about forming this group and building with LEGO bricks. Today the group has an ever growing membership and meets/displays at numerous events in Florida and around the world.

Group Purpose

  1. Provide a place for Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) to meet and share ideas.
  2. Provide members a chance to display their creations.
  3. Promote building with LEGO bricks as a hobby in the state of Florida and around the world.
  4. Just have fun...

Group Goals

Create environment for the exchange of ideas, information, and skills relevant to LEGO brand of building bricks and to promote the hobby. Be an active group of delegates to the public and the LEGO Company, by displaying the endless possibilities of LEGO brand of building bricks.

Group Activities

  1. Maintain an on-line presence though the web sites, news letter and news groups.
  2. Conduct group meeting on a regular basis.
  3. Attend other related LEGO and Hobby events around the world.

Group Events

Festival of the Masters
Community Window

Group Affiliations



No formal governance. Decisions are made by consensus among active members after discussion. The website is donated and there is no treasury.

External links

  • GFLUG Yahoo Group
  • GFLUG/GFLTC Group on Flickr
  • GFLUG on Facebook

--Todd 17:34, 11 August 2008 (EDT)
--Michael Huffman 22:41, 28 June 2009 (EDT)

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