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START GARDEN FUNDS RANI’S YUMMY GRANOLA AND QUEST EDGE, LLC

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START GARDEN FUNDS RANI’S YUMMY GRANOLA AND GUEST EDGE

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., November 21, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects individual ideas each week for investments, today announced Rani’s Yummy Granola, a 100 percent natural “on-the-go snack pack,” and Guest Edge LLC, a company that has paid members getting tickets to shows, concerts and sporting events all for free.

The Start Garden management team accepts ideas with potential to become businesses through startgarden.com. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can invest in multiple ideas in a given week, and continue to invest up to $500,000 into a single idea.

Ann Arbor-based Rani’s Yummy Granola, which is currently in stores, is the only loose granola product currently offered in the sport bar section, competing against Cliff Bars and other convenience sport foods. The company offers 13 flavors in a distinctly convenient packaging that allows the consumer to easily eat with one hand, eliminating sticky hands and crumbs.

“Rani’s is easy to open, carry, and to eat. We believe it is the first granola snack pack on the market to be offered in such a unique and convenient package,” said Rani Bookvich, creator of Rani’s Yummy Granola. “We believe Rani’s Yummy has the potential to open up national distribution for both the wholeseller and retailer.”

Bookvich will use the $5,000 Start Garden investment to purchase sample packs for promoting her product at the store level and will also do in store demos at each location where her product is sold.

Guest Edge creator Ryan Gauthier describes his idea as combination of Fillaseat.com and Groupon. Filaseat.com, which quickly sells unsold tickets to shows and sporting events, is based in Las Vegas and was Gauthier’s first startup company. Building off this idea, Guest Edge members get exclusive access tickets to shows, concerts, and sporting events all for free.

“Gone are the days of people listening to radio commercials, television commercials, and participating in surveys for tickets. We are aware of this and with Start Garden’s help, could be tremendously ahead of everyone else,” says Gauthier. “We are unique in so many ways. One of which is that we allow an extra 4 days for ticket sales and include an event such as a museum visit or a fun night at a wine bar.”

Gauthier says the $5,000 Start Garden investment will go toward finalizing his website and doing final soft runs. He believes this initial investment would make Guest Edge into a company that can start selling tickets to the public very quickly.

Start Garden invests in ideas that can become businesses. The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, November 27th. The next Update Night is Thursday, December 19. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in more than a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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START GARDEN FUNDS WORKFLOW APP FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS

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START GARDEN FUNDS PROGRESS, A WORKFLOW APP FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., November 14, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week to receive a $5,000 investment, based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team, today announced Progress (strt.gd/x9sI), a single tool that allows service providers, like auto repair facilities, to interact and update its customers using a mobile application or browser.

Progress enables customers to monitor the status of their projects, but also request updates and pay their bills. Concurrently, service providers can trigger service jobs, request approvals, and submit estimates. The app is intended to reduce the time and effort communicating on a project. When a project is complete, users can save or share their experience.

Matt Kortering, creator of Progress, is targeting the automotive repair industry and will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to create a prototype and thoroughly test the app to get a comprehensive understanding of user behavior—both customers and service providers.

“We want customers to interact with one simple platform, while providing a full suite of communications options from service providers, like auto repair shops,” said Kortering. “The platform itself is intended to scale and be platform agnostic, so service providers in any industry can utilize it.”

Progress was selected through the endorsement of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea to receive $5,000, based on the input of the public and their assessment of the idea and entrepreneur. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, November 21, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night will also take place on November 21. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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START GARDEN FUNDS MOTORCYCLE SAFETY DEVICE

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START GARDEN FUNDS BUDDY UP, MOTORCYCLE SAFETY DEVICE

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., November 7, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week to receive a $5,000 investment, based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team, today announced Buddy Up, an OnStar-like device focused on reducing the response time following a motorcycle accident.

The Buddy Up device includes an accelerometer to track speed and velocity of a motorcycle, and uses Bluetooth Smart technology to pair with the Buddy Up app in the rider’s cell phone to create a second speed and velocity data point. Buddy Up will detect when an accident occurs and automatically place a call to emergency providers, dramatically reducing critical response time. Craig Searer, the creator of Buddy Up, says this same concept can be applied to other motorized and non-motorized sports.

Searer will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to create a prototype Buddy Up device, survey motorcycle and motor sports enthusiasts and begin developing strategic partnerships to gain further exposure and awareness.

“Motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to experience a deadly accident on the road than those in passenger cars and the first minutes are among the most critical for an injured rider,” said Searer. “Buddy Up ensures that emergency providers will be called immediately, which means riders never have to ride alone.”

The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the broader community endorses ideas and the Start Garden team chooses one idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, November 14, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night is Thursday, November 21. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in more than a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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START GARDEN FUNDS REAL TIME MUSIC STREAMING WEBSITE/APP

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START GARDEN FUNDS SPINUTOPIA, LIVE DJ STREAMING APP

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 31, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team to receive a $5,000 investment, today announced it will fund SpinUtopia, a website and app that searches live events and allows users to listen to the DJ’s stream in real time before they get to the party.

SpinUtopia is focused on providing the electronic dance music industry (DJs, producers, promoters, venues, photographers, record labels, fans) with tools to help them connect and gain exposure. The product allows DJs to stream and record their sets by plugging directly into their iPhone, removing the need for a PC and an Internet connection. SpinUtopia also adds to the experience by aggregating user photos, videos and comments from fans and partygoers.

Shane LaChappelle, creator of SpinUtopia, will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to help scale the project and expand into new markets. A recent test yielded 1,500 downloads and 250 users in 15 countries. LaChappelle believes $5,000 will help him provide greater awareness, as well as direction for new platform developments, including Android.

“SpinUtopia started with SpinUtopia.com and then we introduced the app. With the two combined we have around 12,000 users in more than 30 countries,” said LaChappelle. “Initial market testing with the app showed that there is significant interest in European countries, so we hope to increase our visibility there.”

SpinUtopia was selected through the endorsement of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the broader community endorses ideas on our website and the Start Garden team selects one idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, November 7, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night is Thursday, November 21. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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OCTOBER UPDATE NIGHT RESULTS IN THREE $20,000 INVESTMENTS

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START GARDEN ANNOUNCES $60,000 IN FUNDING FOR THREE COMPANIES: GAPRO, SCOUTFOTO AND PAKCHECK

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 24, 2013 - Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects individual ideas each week for investments, and opportunities for further investment, tonights held their monthly Update Night at 50 Louis St. Among the ten companies vying for the next level of investment, the Start Garden team chose GAPro System, a web and mobile platform for managing property and casualty insurance compliance, ScoutFoto, a photo matching system for races and events, and PAKcheck, an automated inventory system designed to prevent cigarette theft at convenience stores.

Update Night offers teams that have received an initial $5,000 investment a chance to provide an update to the public on their projects. The next round of funding for GAPro, ScoutFoto and PAKCheck starts at $20,000 each.

The GAPro System is a web and mobile platform for radically simplifying insurance compliance. The system creates standardization, efficiency and compliance that leads to significant cost and time savings. The company used the Start Garden investment to acquire its first beta customers. 

"The problem that the GAPro System is working to solve is significant and faced by every insurance agency, as well as numerous other industries covered by liability insurance," said Mike Morin, portfolio manager for Start Garden. "The GAPro team created a low-fidelity walk-through, which allowed a fast, low-cost way to get customers interested in the platform. There is data to support next steps and the company has a customer to partner on the deployment of the next version. We think there is more to learn here, so our answer is yes to additional funding."

ScoutFoto uses custom photo technology to aggregate the pictures taken by crowds and spectators during marathons, bicycle and other races, and automatically matches them with the faces and bib numbers of the competitors. The image database then organizes itself so participants can find themselves for download or purchase. 

"ScoutFoto's approach to assisting photographers and race organizers tag photos is unique, race photos are easy to find and purchase, so the technology works," said Joe Lampen, controller for Start Garden. "What we found most impressive were the 50 events the team signed up and 30 percent of participants uploaded their photos to be tagged. Because of the response, we will be funding ScoutFoto further." 

Started by Patrick Kapenga, PAKCheck is a cigarette inventory system for use in convenience stores, which automatically counts each pack as it is pulled from a rack, removing the need for the employees to hand-count cigarettes multiple times during every shift. By automating and centralizing the cigarette inventory process, stores can reduce labor costs, tighten control and monitor multiple locations at once.

"As a convience store operator, Kapenga knows the domain he is working in, and intuitively, there seems to be a clear opportunity," said Morin. "Although there wasn't a chance to test the actual PAKCheck solution during this experiment, there are several stores signed up to be test sites and we are eager to see the experiment work, it is a yes for us." 

During Update Night, teams have three minutes to present before a live audience and explain how the money was used to complete an experiment that proved their idea is desirable, feasible or viable. Following the presentations, a panel of advisors discusses each project and announces which projects Start Garden will continue to invest in. 

Four additional entrepreneurs presented during Start Garden's October Update Night, but did not proceed to the next level of investment. These include:

PiGarden 

Satellite

SurgeryEdu

Ultraflex Series

The Start Garden management team accepts ideas with potential to become businesses through startgarden.com. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and the broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next Start Garden Update NIght will take place Thursday, November 21st. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events. 

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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START GARDEN FUNDS WIFI AUDIO BROADCASTER

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START GARDEN FUNDS ÜBERCASTER

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 24, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team to receive a $5,000 investment, today announced Ubercaster (strt.gd/x2QH), a portable device that allows anyone to locally broadcast audio to smartphones over wifi, will receive the weekly investment.

Much like a low-power FM transmitter, the Übercaster device allows the audio to input audio from any device—a computer, TV, audio soundboard, etc.—and uses wifi to seamlessly broadcast audio to both iOS and Android devices. The Übercaster offers less than 50 milliseconds of audio latency and costs eight times less than comparable FM transmitter systems.

“I truly believe museums, restaurants, bars, musicians, tour guide companies can use Übercaster to amplify or personalize an experience for their guests,” said KJ Yoo, inventor of Übercaster. “Imagine walking into a loud sports bar, with more than a dozen TVs, and selecting the game you want to watch and listen to, and not the one that happens to be on the largest screen. It creates an amazingly personal experience in a public place.”

Yoo will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to purchase more dev boards and wifi modules which he will use to modify and beta test at participating venues. He will also purchase additional smartphone equipment to field-test the Übercaster, as will as purchase software licenses for further product development.

Yoo is also planning a Kickstarter campaign in coming months to test market viability and to secure additional funding. If the campaign is successful, he is expected to scale quickly due to his partnership with an Indian manufacturing firm and Williams Sound, a large distributor of audio related products.

Übercaster was selected through the endorsement of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and the broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submitting at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced on Thursday, October 31, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night is Thursday, November 21. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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START GARDEN FUNDS COMPRESSION SHORTS MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL

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START GARDEN FUNDS HELO SHORTS

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich,. October 17, 2013 - Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team to receive a $5,000 investment, today announced Helo Shorts, an undergarment made from recycled polyethylene (PET) fibers, which retain minimal water and are designed to dry fast. 

Most people wear something under their boardshorts during water sports activities. These range from Under Armour and Nike compression shorts to Hanes boxer briefs. These garments often stay wet longer after their boardshorts are dry, causing itchiness and discomfort. Jake Howison, creator of Helo Shorts, will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to work with an e-commerce expert to optimize the company's website, which serves as the primary sales channel. 

"While Helo shorts were created to be THE short to wear under boardshorts, they are great for any athletic activity that demands ventilation and moisture wicking performace with compression in all the right places," said Howison. 

Helo Shorts was selected through the endorsements of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Lean more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, October 24, after the noon deadline. Additionally, the next Update Night is Thursday, October 24, and will include update presentations from Scoutfoto, SurgeryEdu, The Satellite, PAKCheck, Pi Garden, The Ultraflex Series, and GAPro. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events. 

About Start Garden

Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick Devos who's past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com

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START GARDEN FUNDS CLOUD - BASED DATABASE

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START GARDEN FUNDS LIFE DOCUMENT STORAGE

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 10, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects an individual idea each week based on endorsements from the public and the Start Garden team to receive a $5,000 investment, today announced LIfe Document Storage, a cloud-based database that guides users through critical documents their family will need following the user's death, and stores them for future reference. 

The idea allows useres to store all their information their family would want and need to know in the event something were to happen to them, wills, trusts, key accounts, among others, and help guide them through that process. Bill Simpson, creator of LIfe Documetn Storage, will use the $5,000 from Start Garden to develop a comprehensive marketing campaign to reach and test interest with funeral directors as well as leaders in the financial, insurance and estate planning industries. 

"Most people don't know what information their families will need in the event of their death or incapacitation. Life Document Storage will help solve that problem with our comprehensive database which will guide a person through the gathering, storage and transfer of that information when the time comes," said Bill Simpson, creator of Life Document Storage. 

LIfe Document Storage was selected through the endorsement of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and the broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria. 

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, October 17, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night is Thursday, October 24. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden

Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick Devos who's past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com 

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START GARDEN FUNDS WEBSITE TO HELP PEOPLE FIND STORAGE

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START GARDEN FUNDS GARAGEMATCH.COM

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., October 2, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects individual ideas each week for investments, today announced GarageMatch.com, which matches private individuals, who have extra space in their garage, with people who need storage, was selected by the public and Start Garden team from submissions to startgarden.com.

Garagematch.com will provide a place for individuals who have extra garage stalls and want extra money to list their space. Individuals who want to store a car, boat or other large object can find a convenient location to store their stuff. Garagematch.com will run a background check on both parties, provide electronic contracts, and serve as an escrow agent for collection and release of funds.

“GarageMatch.com is like AirBnB for garages,” said Laurie Veneklasen, creator of GarageMatch.com. “I have worked four years as an office manager for a large self-storage facility, the industry is topped-off, and charging top-dollar for available space. GarageMatch will free up new space, household or commercial items in basements or barns.”

GarageMatch.com was selected through the endorsement of the public and selection of the Start Garden team. The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and the broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, October 10, after the noon deadline. The next Update Night is Thursday, October 24. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

About Start Garden
Start Garden is an unconventional venture capital fund that invests in over a hundred ideas a year in small increments. The program brings financial, intellectual and social capital to ideas at the earliest stage by connecting them to the resources of an entire region. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is founded by Rick DeVos who’s past projects included ArtPrize, 5x5 Night, Momentum and Spout.com.

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WEEKLY INVESTMENT: ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION EXPERIMENT

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., September 20, 2013 -- Start Garden, the $15,000,000 seed fund that selects individual ideas each week for investments, funded EV Anywhere. It’s an experiment by former Ford Motor alternative vehicle specialist in developing charging stations for electric vehicles.

Que Johnson will receive $5,000, pending the completion of the investment agreement, to prototype an EV charging station in downtown Detroit.

“Our customers (businesses and municipalities) may not need many EV charging stations now, but as EV sales pick up they will. In which case they would have to hire a person or team to assess those needs. We save them those costly expenses by doing all the leg work for them and provide them with the most current data, the best best chargers installed at the guaranteed lowest prices. And it won’t cost them anything in addition to the chargers. We’ve negotiated contacts with the charging station manufacturers and receive a commission from them.”

The Start Garden management team accepts submissions through startgarden.com. Ideas with potential to become businesses can be submitted. Each week the Start Garden team selects an idea and the broader community on the website endorses another idea to receive $5,000. Start Garden can continue to invest up to $500,000 in a single idea. Learn more about submission criteria at startgarden.com/help/criteria.

The next round of $5,000 investments will be announced Thursday, September 26, after the noon deadline.

The next Update Night is Thursday, September 26. Learn more about Start Garden events at startgarden.com/events.

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