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Annual Golf Tournament Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club Monday June 24th 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


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An exciting NEW program from 3G Broadcasting is now available! WELCOME OUR NEW NEIGHBORS TO TOWN! 3G Broadcasting, AM1540 WADK and MIXX 99.3 FM, has developed an exciting program called “New in Town” that does exactly that! The “New in Town” program includes a welcome package consisting of various items, offers and collateral from our participating businesses. This welcome package is NOT mailed, but is hand delivered monthly to 150+ new residents in Newport and Washington Counties by a 3G Broadcasting staff representative. The program pricing begins at only $100 per month and includes the ability to place your business offer, promotional announcements or gift into an imprinted “New in Town” re-useable grocery-sized bag, that can include your logo! Participants names and sponsor logos will be included on all of our Stations’ media platforms. A monthly list of “New in Town” welcome package recipients will be provided to all participants. 3G Broadcasting’s locally owned and operated radio stations, AM1540 WADK and MIXX 99.3 FM, help to build business and brand recognition every day for our advertisers with affordable radio advertising packages. We can customize a program for your business!

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Contact: Wendy E. Kagan, Executive Vice President Director of Employee & Community Engagement BankNewport (401) 846-3400

For Immediate Release BANKNEWPORT ANNOUNCES SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT APPOINTMENT NEWPORT, R.I. (April 16, 2019) - BankNewport is pleased to announce that Lisa A. Sellar of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, has been appointed to senior vice president, director of retail banking operations. Lisa joined BankNewport in 1990, and has held various positions, most recently serving as vice president, retail banking administrator. She is responsible for coordinating all retail banking operations including branch procedures, regulatory compliance, and special projects. Lisa earned a certificate from the New England School for Financial Studies. She is a member of the Newport Chamber of Commerce and the American Cancer Society. About BankNewport Founded in 1819 and headquartered in Newport, BankNewport offers a full suite of loan and deposit products and services for families and businesses throughout Rhode Island. In addition, OceanPoint Insurance Agency, Inc., a subsidiary of BankNewport, offers a broad range of property casualty insurance products and a full array of financial services. With 17 banking offices and $1.6 billion in assets, BankNewport is one of the oldest community banks in the United States and, as a mutual organization, is committed to the financial success of its customers, employees and communities. ###


Rocky Hill School Offering Variety of Summer Programs for students and athletes in grades K12 Summer camps and programs are open for registration! There's something for everyone boating, sports, arts, building, computers, you name it, we’ve got it. And NEW THIS YEAR: High School programs in business, arts, and college tours. Also, Nike US Sports Camps, Lead the Way FH, Stingrays Soccer, and Top Edge Tennis, all at Rocky Hill School. Register online at rockyhill.org/sea HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS: Ages 14-18 Business and Entrepreneurship, 2 weeks Be part of the only high school EdTech incubator partnership in the US! Experience hands-on engagement with working entrepreneurs, test products, conduct feedback sessions, and affect redesign. Develop entrepreneurial skills and competencies: collaboration, design thinking, critical feedback, and failure management. Job shadow with company founders. Visit university centers of business and entrepreneurship. Skills Developed: collaboration, design, critical feedback, managing failure. Arts In Action, 2 weeks Take classes in painting, drawing, mixed media, photography, and ceramics, taught by experts. Visit famous art colleges such as RISD, art galleries, and art museums. Develop artistic skills: create a sketchbook, build a portfolio, and learn design techniques. College Tours, 1 week A five-day college tour by luxury coach to some of the area’s most well-known universities. Each day we will visit two campuses for a student-led tour, admission session from an admission officer, and lunch in a college dining room before returning to the camp’s residence hall. Colleges we hope to visit include: Brown University, Providence College, Wheaton College, Boston College, Tufts University, Boston University, Harvard University, Northeastern University, Babson College, Connecticut College, and Yale University. Final itinerary will depend on each college’s availability SUMMER CAMPS: Ages 3-14 We offer week-long camps for children ages 3-14 to learn and explore through sailing, kayaking, robotics, Nike sports camps, arts, theater, woodworking, cooking, sports and much more. Extended day options available. TOP LEVEL SPORT TRAINING Athletes from the ages of 9 - 17 will have an opportunity to get affordable top-level training in the sport of their choice this summer through new programming at Rocky Hill School. Nike Sports Camps are coming to Rocky Hill to offer a dynamic slate of camps in Field Hockey, Boys Lacrosse, Girls Soccer and Boys Soccer, as well as the Hide Tide Girls Lacrosse Camp. Campers will get the chance to work with college-level coaches for all levels of experience. Please contact athletics@rockyhill.org with any questions.


Action today so future generations can enjoy ocean activities

For immediate release April 19, 2019

For more information: Dave McLaughlin, Executive Director dave.mclaughlin@cleanoceanaccess.org 401-236-2561

Clean Ocean Access tackling plastic pollution in the Providence River Providence, R.I. — Mayor Jorge Elorza, City of Providence, joined elected officials, partners and stakeholders to announce the installation of The Hot Club Marina Trash Skimmer in the Providence River. With this installation at The Hot Club, the City of Providence becomes the first state capitol in the United States to host the innovative technology with the goal to eliminate marine debris and improve coastal water quality in the Ocean State. Funded by 11th Hour Racing, the Hot Club Marina Trash Skimmer is part of the Southeast New England Marina Trash Skimmer program, a multi-year initiative by Clean Ocean Access (COA) that seeks to improve the health of southern New England’s harbors and marinas frequented by tens of thousands of residents and visited by millions of tourists annually. Additional education and outreach efforts to engage the broader Providence community through the marina trash skimmer program are made possible by funding from the Amgen Foundation and the Island Foundation. “The purpose of the project is to bring awareness to the types of materials that are littering our communities and finding their way via stormwater into our coastal waters. The skimmer is the last line of defense for our oceans, and each installation allows for open, positive and forwardthinking conversation of how to solve the local and global problem of litter and marine debris.” says Dave McLaughlin, Executive Director of Clean Ocean Access. Floating marine debris not only presents a nuisance to recreational and commercial vessels, it also impairs water quality and degrades marine habitat and ecosystems that are critical to Rhode Island’s coastal communities. The Southeast New England Marina Trash Skimmer program strengthens and expands the current efforts for improving water quality and eliminating marine debris from the shoreline and nearshore water across the region. Marina Trash skimmers are a production-ready technology and highly effective method for removing surface marine debris, absorbing toxins and pollutants, and improving the vitality of our local waters. “The City of Providence is taking bold action against the life-threatening effects of climate change and the degradation of our natural resources – from reducing our carbon footprint to removing trash and other debris from our precious water ecosystems,” said Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza. “Together with Clean Ocean Access and other community partners, we are demonstrating that these bold actions are not only critical to the sustainability of our environment but are also achievable.” The Southeast New England Marina Trash Skimmer program builds on COA’s proven success with two trash skimmer installations in Newport Harbor in partnership with the City of Newport (2016), one in Portsmouth in partnership with New England Boatworks, and one at Fort Adams


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June 8, 2019 • 5–7:30 p.m. President’s House Lawn URI Kingston Campus Tenth Annual Benefit for URI Women’s Athletics Hosted by Lynn Baker-Dooley

Enjoy a wide selection of fine wines, specialty beers, and select foods provided by area businesses. $125 per person Must be 21 years of age to attend. For sponsorship opportunities, proxy bidding or event information, call Shana Greene at 401.874.2024. Special thanks to

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NEWS RELEASE 858 West Main Road, Middletown, RI 02842 Tel. 401.846.8930 Fax 401.846.1210

Contact:

Jessica Holden 401.846.8930 ext. 1252 Jholden@peoplescu.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

People’s Credit Union Donates to United Way of Rhode Island’s Corporate MyFund™ Program (Middletown, RI): April 2, 2019- People’s Credit Union has donated $80,000 to United Way of Rhode Island through the organization’s corporate MyFund™ Program. To date, People’s Credit Union has used the digital giving tool to make donations to the South County YMCA, LINKS North Kingstown, The Boys and Girls Club of Newport County, and the Bristol Warren Education Foundation. In addition, the Credit Union made a donation to the America’s Credit Union Museum. Ellen Ford, President and CEO of People’s Credit Union noted, “In 2018, People’s Credit Union had the opportunity to make a significant philanthropic contribution to the communities we serve. We turned to the guidance of the United Way, and through the establishment of a corporate MyFund™ account, we were able to leverage their technology to implement and administer the first multi-year corporate MyFund™ giving program in Rhode Island through this innovative platform. Having the ability to make a gift to the United Way and then make gifts from our corporate MyFund™ account to any 501(c)(3) in the state or throughout the country was a win-win for us, not to mention the service is free to us as donors. The United Way’s purpose is to change lives and strengthen our communities by working together. People’s Credit Union is 100% on board with that.” United Way of Rhode Island launched MyFund™ in late 2017 to help make charitable giving more convenient, easy, and secure for individuals and businesses alike. The tool provides donors with a unique “online banking service,” consolidating charitable giving into a single account. Over the course of a set time period, donors can distribute their funds to any charity in the country using a mobile phone, tablet or desktop computer. -MORE-


Chamber Connections 2019 Meeting Dates January 4 January 18

February 1 February 15

July 12 July 26

August 9 August 23

March 1 March 15 March 29

April 12 April 26

September 6 October 4 September 20 October 18

May 10 May 24

June 7 June 21

November 1 November 15 November 29

December 13 December 27

All meetings take place 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. January Meetings will take place at the Hampton Inn, 317 West Main Rd, Middletown, RI February Meetings will take place at the Homewood Suites, 348 West Main Rd, Middletown, RI Be a part of the Chamber’s exclusive seasoned business networking and referral program – Chamber Connections. This is your opportunity to connect with other Chamber Members and share your expertise, ideas and most importantly, referrals! Chamber Connections is a dedicated networking group that meets twice a month. Members get to know each other and their businesses, give referrals to each other, develop strong personal and professional relationships with people in their business sphere group and grow their businesses by word of mouth. If you are interested in growing your business, Chamber Connections is for you. Over the last three years we have averaged 4 million dollars annually in closed business through referrals made within the group. We are now accepting businesses to participate in this seasoned program. We only accept two individuals for each business category so contact us now to secure your place. For more information, contact: Jo-Anne Gorton, JoAnne@newportchamber.com, 401.847.1608

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The Wavemaker Fellowship program provides a refundable tax credit to professionals who work in STEM, industrial or commercially relevant design fields at employers in Rhode Island.

RELEVANT FIELDS: • Life, Natural or Environmental Sciences • Computer, Information or Software Technology • Advanced Mathematics or Finance • Engineering • Industrial Design or Other Commercially Relevant Design Field • Medical or Medical Device Technology

ELIGIBILITY: • Currently work full time, or have an offer of full-time work, at an RI-based employer performing work directly related to at least one of the eligible fields • Graduated from an accredited post-secondary institute of higher education with an associate’s, bachelor’s, graduate, or post-graduate degree • Have student loan debt currently in repayment, or entering repayment shortly after application to the program

PROGRAM SPECIFICS: • Fellows with an Associate’s degree are eligible for up to $1,000/year • Fellows with a Bachelor’s degree are eligible for up to $4,000/year • Fellows with a Master’s degree or higher are eligible for up to $6,000/year • Tax credits are calculated based on the Fellow's annual minimum student loan burden • Fellowship provides various personal and professional development programs, networking opportunities, community-based events and more

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Jazz Quartet Sunday Brunch at The Fifth Element Date: Sunday, May 12 Time: Noon - 3 p.m.

Enjoy brunch with a side of jazz! The LOIS VAUGHAN JAZZ QUARTET plays on select Sundays at the Fifth. A casual and relaxing place to listen to some jazz and have a wonderful meal! LOIS on keys, Art Manchester on sax/flute/clarinet, Ben Coerper on string bass and Jeff Fountain on drums

111 Broadway, Newport RI www.thefifthri.com 401.619.2552

Cavalcade of Bands Date: Tuesday, April 30 Time: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

The LOIS VAUGHAN JAZZ QUARTET will play the opening set for the Providence Federation of Musicians Cavalcade of Bands at Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet. A great evening of LIVE music for dancing and listening! Dennis Pratt on string bass and vocals, Randy Cloutier on drums, Art Manchester on sax/flute/clarinet and LOIS on keys Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet 60 Rhodes Place, Cranston RI

For more info and ticket purchases call Providence Federation of Musicians at 401.780.6887

Piano Meditations CD – A special, thoughtful gift … Original, gentle music for healing & relaxation

Available at: Island Books, 575 East Main Road, Middletown CL Sherman’s Gallery at the Hotel Viking, 1 Bellevue Avenue, Newport Newport Hospital Gift Shop at Newport Hospital, 11 Friendship Street, Newport LOIS VAUGHAN MUSIC Newport, RI 401.849.3470 www.LoisVJazz.com JAZZ, CLASSICAL & DANCE MUSIC, Solo Piano to Full Bands


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Hi, I’m BUKI. Your digital companion

BUKI is a digital communication/engagement platform designed to encourage visitors and residents to explore the city and connect people directly to the businesses and organizations around them. For merchants, our technology provides hyperlocal/proximity advertising, empowering businesses, giving them a digital voice, regardless of their size. We seamlessly blend the data and connectivity of digital with the intimacy of the offline world, generating revenue and re-imagining the customer experience.

BENEFITS TO MERCHANTS:

• Free citywide mobile app, available on iTunes, Google Play • Engage digitally without WiFi, internet or cellular service • No confusing bidding or algorithms • Expert content curators will create your content • Capture foot traffic outside your store and engage with customers • Capture detailed insights; identifying consumer habits, interest and movements. • Easy to install and low (no) maintenance • Drives growth, opportunities and profitability • Affordable, translatable and scalable

HOW DO I JOIN THE BUKI NETWORK? It is super easy to join.

Contact: John Muggeridge • mugg@muggventures.com or call (401) 641-0784

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Hi, I’m BUKI. Your digital companion

Loud-Hailer (BUKI) is proud to partner with the Newport County Chamber of Commerce to bring the BUKI Network to Newport, RI. BUKI is a digital communication/engagement platform designed to encourage visitors and residents to explore the city and connect people directly to the businesses and organizations around them.

BUKI MERCHANT PROGRAM DETAILS Launch Target Date: April 30th Early Bird Signup Special Date: April 1st¹ Content creation: 8 unique posts per month² Data: Impressions and engagement analytics Revenue sharing: 2%³ Cost: $10 per month (12 month commitment) Merchant to provide Internet access to BUKI Box or a sim card can be provided at add. cost.

“The Chamber is thrilled to be working with BUKI on this exciting communications innovation! It will give Newport merchants the opportunity to use technology in a new ways to boost sales and engagement.” Erin Donovan-Boyle Executive Director, Newport County Chamber of Commerce HOW DO I JOIN THE BUKI NETWORK? Contact: John Muggeridge • mugg@muggventures.com or call (401) 641-0784 ¹ 2 year rate guarantee. ² Additional content available (see BUKI rep). ³ Calculated as gross revenues generated by merchants BUKI Box from 3rd party advertiser less direct user acquisition costs. (see BUKI rep)

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Member Benefit Program NEWPORT COUNTY CHAMBER Account # 1463161 Sullivan Tire & Auto Service has designed a Member Benefit Program specifically for the NEWPORT COUNTY CHAMBER members, associates, and their family members! Sullivan Tire & Auto Service offers full auto service care providing a wide range to select from for employees. Some of the auto services that we provide are: *Oil & Filter Change * Tire Rotation * Comprehensive Vehicle Inspections * Engine Diagnostics * Alignment Service * State Inspections *Brakes, Exhaust, etc THE PROGRAM A special account number 1463161 has been assigned to the member account. This account number easily identifies members and their vehicles for specific prices and discounts. This account can only be used for repairs with cash, check or credit card payment. *Members invoices cannot be mistakenly charged to a company account. This benefit program is offered at over 70 Sullivan Tire & Auto Service locations throughout New England and provides a 10% discount on all parts and labor. Tires are always at an everyday low price and receive no discount. Once a Members vehicle is profiled in our system, an alert will notify any Sullivan Tire & Auto Service location that this customer is enrolled in the program and the discounts will be calculated automatically. This is a valuable benefit that the NEWPORT COUNTY CHAMBER shares with its Team Members offering them consistent pricing on tires and auto service that takes advantage of Sullivan Tire & Auto Service 60 years of automotive expertise in the New England area.

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT •

All that’s needed when a NEWPORT COUNTY CHAMBER brings their vehicle to Sullivan Tire & Auto Service is to announce their Special Program status with NEWPORT COUNTY CHAMBER and we’ll take it from there. The 10% benefit will be reflected on their final invoice - for all applicable services.

Phone Ahead Service & Courtesy Shuttles are available at all Sullivan Tire & Auto Service locations. If you have any questions regarding this program and its benefits, please contact Ken Rubino Business to Business Specialist P. 978-239-6035 / Email: Ken.rubino@sullivantire.com… WE ARE HERE.. TO GET YOU THERE”

Store locator: 877.855.4826 www.sullivantire.com

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Annual Golf Tournament Monday, June 24, 2019

Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club 152 Browns Lane • Middletown, RI 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start $185 single golfer / $700 foursome

Registration ____ Foursome - $700 ____ Single - $185 ____ Tee Sign - $125

Name: Company Name: Mailing Address: City, State & Zip Code: Phone Number: Email: Golfer Name(s) & Email(s) 1. 2. 3. 4.

For more sponsorship opportunities email Kate Grotteberg at Kate@NewportChamber.com. For questions, contact Kate Grotteberg at 401-847-1608 or by email.

Sponsored by:


Annual Golf Tournament

Sponsorship Opportunities Monday, June 24, 2019 Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club Show your support for the Chamber and reach the Greater Newport business community by sponsoring our largest networking event of the year. Grand Tournament • Two golf foursomes • Prominent placement in all event advertising • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Promotional material opportunity in golfer gifts • Prominent banner placement • Banner advertisement on Chamber website • Logo on golfer gift • Tee Sign Reception Sponsor $2500 • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Promotional material opportunity in golfer gifts • On-site banner opportunity • Company name on table tents • Web Banner Ad • Recognition on social media • Tee Sign Cart • One golf foursome • Company logo on golf carts • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Promotional material opportunity in golfer gifts • On-site banner opportunity • Recognition on social media • Web banner Ad • Tee Sign Closest to the Pin $1250 • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Tee Sign on designated Closest to the Pin location • Opportunity to personally staff hole Longest Drive $1250 • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Tee Sign on designated Longest Drive Location • Opportunity to personally staff hole

Hole in One inquire for info • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Tee sign on designated Hole-in-One Location • Opportunity to personally staff hole Putting Green $1400 • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Tee Sign on designated Putting Green Location • Opportunity to personally staff hole Breakfast • One golf foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Signage at Breakfast • Tee Sign Beverage Cart $1250 • Golf Foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Logo and advertising opportunity on Beverage Cart • Tee Sign Raffle $1100 • Golf Foursome • Recognition on all event advertising • Recognition in event program • Recognition on social media • Promotional material opportunity on prize table • Signage at raffle table • Tee Sign Tee Sign $125 • Recognition on social media • Recognition in event program

Please contact Kate Grotteberg at Kate@NewportChamber.com or 401-847-1608 to secure your sponsorship today!


2019 Calendar of Upcoming Events

April

June

Friday, April, 12th

Chamber Connections Homewood Suites, Middletown 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Thursday, April 18th

Business During Hours Homewood Suites 348 West Main Rd., Middletown 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, April 24th

Politics & Pancakes with Congressman David Cicilline Newport Marriott 25 America’s Cup, Newport 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, April 25th

Friday, April 26th

Monday, June 3rd

Ribbon Cutting & Celebration Innovate Newport 513 Broadway, Newport 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Friday, June 7th

Chamber Connections Sheffield School, Newport 513 Broadway, Newport 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Wednesday, June 19th

EL NPT Summer Kick Gurney’s Resort Goat Island 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Business After Hours Tiverton Casino 777 Tiverton Casino Blvd , Tiverton 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 20th

Business During Hours Rocco’s & Mia’s 59 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Chamber Connections Homewood Suites, Middletown 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Friday, June 21st

Chamber Connections Sheffield School, Newport 513 Broadway, Newport 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Monday, June 24th

Annual Golf Tournament Wanumetonomy Country Club 152 Brown’s Ln., Middletown 8:30 a.m.

Thursday, June 27th

Business After Hours Rail Explorers 1 Alexander Road, Portsmouth 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, June 28th

Women in Business Luncheon Marble House, 596 Bellevue Ave. 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

May Friday, May 10th

Chamber Connections Hampton Inn, Middletown 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Thursday, May16th

Business During Hours Courtyard Marriott 9 Commerce Dr., Middletown 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 23rd

Business After Hours Audrain Automobile Museum 222 Bellevue Ave, Newport 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, May 24th

Chamber Connections Hampton Inn, Middletown 7:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Unless otherwise noted, all events are held at the Chamber Office, 35 Valley Road, Middletown, RI. All events are FREE to Chamber members and $10 for non-members with the exception of Business After Hours which is $5 for Chamber Members and $10

for non-members. Please RSVP online or call 401.847.1608.

For a complete listing of events, please visit: www.NewportChamber.com

Updated: 04/23/2019


Member Exchange will be posted to our website each month, as well as on social media for you to share with your followers! This email will be sent once a month, on the 4th Wednesday. All ads, press releases and business announcements will be due the previous Friday no later than noon, in the form of a one page Word Doc, PDF or JPG to memberexchange@ newportchamber.com. NEW 2019 Member Exchange Dates

January – Submissions due January 17 February - Submissions due February 21 March - Submissions due March 15 April – Submissions due April 19 May - Submissions due May 17 June - Submissions due June 21 July - Submissions due July 19 August - Submissions due August 23 September - Submissions due September 20 October - Submissions due October 18 November - Submissions due November 22 December - *One Week Early* Submissions due December 13

As always, should you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at the Chamber. Thank you for your support and participation in this great initiative!

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