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  1. ProducerStephane Fenner

    Stephane Fenner

    How Luxury Hotels Should Connect To Their Customers
    How Luxury Hotels Should Connect To Their CustomersIn travelers' world, the expectations are changing from the luxury room to high standard services, developed lifestyles and unique experiences. For managers, this means that more attention must be paid to feed guests' relationship, while excelling...
  2. John White, MBA

    John White, MBA

    Thinking of staying at an Airbnb or VRBO on your next trip? Read this insightful article from @Trent Selbrede first.
    John White, MBA
    Warning! Staying In A Vacation Rental (Airbnb, VRBO, Flipkey, HomeAway)? Read this first!
    www.linkedin.com The sharing economy is great, right? People can now rent an extra room, a couch, or even a mansion. It's a way for property owners to make extra money and a way for travelers to save money and...
  3. ProducerLisa Gallagher

    Lisa Gallagher

    Sub-Standard Hotel Room- Should Hotels Hire Under Cover "Guests"?
    Sub-Standard Hotel Room- Should Hotels Hire Under Cover "Guests"?We just returned from Ironman Augusta Georgia last week. I have been hesitant about writing another blog about our hotel experience in particular. I decided tonight that I would share our experience in more detail. I am a Hilton Rewards Member and...


    Lisa Gallagher
    07/10/2016 #54 Lisa Gallagher
    #53 I promise to go easy on you if you do open a Restaurant @Dean Owen haha! I agree, I have been looking at Airbnb and like what I see, prices are great too, if staying for a week or more. We were thinking of using Airbnb the next time we travel to Co.
    Dean Owen
    07/10/2016 #53 Dean Owen
    Remind me if I ever open that restaurant I've been dreaming of not to invite you to review it! All kidding aside, Hampton Inns are pretty bad and will get worse as disrupters like Airbnb gain further traction since they will deal with it, not by improving service, but by cutting costs. I think Airbnb is the answer to your next trip.
    Lisa Gallagher
    07/10/2016 #52 Lisa Gallagher
    #50 Thanks @Ben Pinto, so glad it has. This is a topic close to my heart. I'd love to see the USA's national standards change for the better across the board. But, I digress... many will continue to be substandard because they CAN.
    Lisa Gallagher
    07/10/2016 #51 Lisa Gallagher
    #49 @Wayne Yoshida Thank YOU SO much for sharing your story!! I would love to see other travelers share their hotel stories because maybe if enough people do, it might hold them to a higher standard nationally one day.

    Bed bugs, oh my!! I have to be completely honest, I always check for bedbugs, even in the cleanest of rooms because bedbugs don't discriminate, they travel. After finding so many gross aspects to the room in Augusta, I decided I can't even look under the sheets or mattress cover because I probably would have slept in my car 😂 . So, my husband was unknowingly my guinea pig- he slept for over 4 hours before I hit the bed and he wasn't scratching or itching. My cue to get in bed LOL. Oops, that wasn't nice of me.

    I'm not sure which hotel had the bedbug problem you stayed at, would love to know because it seems they went above and beyond the call of duty by giving you gold status, a week's worth of hotel points for anywhere (with that hotel), paid for new clothing etc.. that's amazing.

    Your tips are spot on! I won't use the coffee maker unless it's in a private area with the pods they have now. Coffee makers in bathrooms, that's just disgusting and I've never used them. I prefer house blended coffee from the lobby anyhow.

    I also check under the toilet seat to make sure it's been cleaned. I have found a few that weren't in the past and requested a new room. My theory, if they didn't take the time to clean under the toilet seat, what else did they miss?

    I also ask for a room on a different floor because I was told that some of the staff differs from one floor to another. That shouldn't be the case if they have a supervisor checking the rooms after they are cleaned to make sure the room is up to par!
    Ben Pinto
    07/10/2016 #50 Ben Pinto
    Wow Lisa. This got awesome engagement. #38
    Wayne Yoshida
    07/10/2016 #49 Wayne Yoshida
    Ewwww. Very bad place to stay. After staying at a very nice, 5-star hotel in FL (I can't remember the exact location and name) a few years back infested with bed bugs - I do these things as soon as I enter a hotel room assigned to me:

    1) Pull back the blankets and sheets and move the mattress to see if there are any stains or moving critters/insects.
    2) Test the water in the shower and sink. (just make sure the pressure is good and the hot water gets hot.)
    3) Make sure the self-service items - like bottled water, junk foods and beverages - are all factory-sealed. look carefully, some seals look intact even if they are not!
    4) Never use the coffee pot in the hotel room!

    On the bed bug hotel - they moved me into another room. It was OK..... they also confiscated all of my clothes and my brand-new Red Oxx travel bag. They had the hotel shuttle take me to the local mall to shop for new clothes, and I got reimbursed for the stuff I bought as well as my new bag. They paid me for other clothes I lost but did not buy for the trip - they took my bag, so how could I take clothes home, right?

    And - they gave me hotel points for a week's stay anywhere in the world. (I was not a member of their loyalty program, so they gave me instant gold status). However, I never went to their hotel again. I don't know if my points are still good.

    Dry cleaning would have killed the bed bugs, but - oh well.

    The hotel also vacated 3 rooms to the left and the right and the floors above and below my room for de-bugging by an exterminator.

    I must say I have had the best luck with Marriott properties, including the Courtyard and the others. I have silver (platinum?) status with Marriott. . . .
    Lisa Gallagher
    07/10/2016 #48 Lisa Gallagher
    #47 You made some great points. I think management is a big problem at this particular Hampton Inn after finding out they have no managers on staff from Friday-Sunday. People don't seem motivated and don't seem to be overly concerned at all about issues their customers may run into. I still blame that on management since most of the employee's seemed to have this blase` attitude.

    As for being a property that wasn't an original Hampton Inn, you may be correct @Charles David Upchurch, because the outside looks brand new. Inside, NO. Even the lobby is very different than the Hampton Inn's I've stayed at before. You are probably onto something with that.

    I've stayed at many without any issues. I will say, I'm beginning by far to prefer Marriott brand hotels over Hilton because they seem to be increasing their standards with all the renovations they've been doing. That's my experience at at least.
    Charles David Upchurch
    06/10/2016 #47 Charles David Upchurch
    #44 On the subject of Lisa's post, here, it sounds to me like that particular Hampton Inn is suffering from having the wrong people in the wrong jobs, especially at the management and supervisory levels. Good workers often do a bad job when they are given a job assignment that they did not want, or one that they were expecting to do for only a short time (leading to unmotivating feelings of being "stuck" in "dead end" jobs).

    I've stayed in several Hampton Inns since the brand was established. I'm always pleased with those that were built originally as Hampton Inns. Sometimes I am less impressed with those which were previously lower-grade hotel brands and got "renovated" and "rebranded" so that they look like Hampton Inns on the outside. Keep in mind that the least confident and least ambitious staff of the lower-branded hotel are the most likely to stay on during and after the renovation and rebranding.
    Charles David Upchurch
    06/10/2016 #45 Charles David Upchurch
    Regarding the separate conversation below in #15 #17 #36 #42 #43 ... I totally understand how an individual establishment could be confused about their job terminology.

    In my 10 years working on a research project on occupational information (used by thousands of employers to develop or improve their job descriptions), I often found companies where they had people doing a job that was one thing, and when they gave that job a job title, the title was something else, entirely. I suspect that in the case of the ad you saw, they were having trouble recruiting Loss Prevention Specialists because the title is unfamiliar to a lot of job applicants for that entry-level work. The term "loss prevention" is from accounting and insurance, so it's something that people with an AA/AS or BA/BS degree might be familiar with, but the minimum education requirement for Loss Prevention Specialists is probably a GED certificate or a high school diploma. So the employer calls the job something else to get applicants' attention.

    SHAMELESS PLUG: If a company wants to hire people or improve the job assignments based on its workers knowledge, skills, abilities, and interests; I am available to write or re-write job descriptions!
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #44 Lisa Gallagher
    #37 Thanks @David Grinberg. We are still thrilled about my son's race. He placed in the top 11-13% over all out of almost 3K competitors. I believe there were almost 500 or more that were not able to complete the race that day ;(( His team became division one Champions in Augusta Ga and he just found out they are #2 internationally now!! That made the trip worth it and watching him along with all of them of course.

    As for the hotel, I fear they'd have to A. Retrain with a regional manager on site and possibly give the hotel manager a 2nd chance- I don't want to see someone lose their job but if the person isn't up to the task or doesn't care about the property, they don't belong there. B. They would have to hire new management with excellent training and ALSO revitalize this hotel, it's old.. broken and needs updated on top of needing a deep cleaning. Appreciate your comment!
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #43 Lisa Gallagher
    #36 Thanks for the clarification @Charles David Upchurch. Years ago I saw an add for secret shoppers but they were specifically asking for people to pretend to be shoppers while watching for anyone who may be shoplifting so they could alert the proper personnel. I guess they don't practice in this manner anymore.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    06/10/2016 #42 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #36 Agreed Charles David Upchurch. I was a Secret Shopper while living in New Jersey. We dined at restaurants and rated service, food quality, preparation, etc.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #41 Lisa Gallagher
    #34 I love the analogies you used @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian! Couldn't agree more, one bad step can ruin the experience. Usually one bad step wont deter me from utilizing the hotel again if they correct the issue and show that they do care. Yes, in this case- I would never step foot on this property again and we will see if Hilton comes through, I spoke to their customer service yesterday (not at the hotel) and they took notes, and are going to try to get my points and money back for me. We shall see.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #40 Lisa Gallagher
    #33 Hi @Stephane Fenner, I appreciate your feedback. I agree, management does not set a good example at all and it appears management does not care. I sent the manager two emails and she only wrote back once- ignored my second email. They were not threatening at all. Hygiene certainly lacks at this hotel. After I went back to trip advisor just recently (because I posted a review with photos) I noticed some photos I wish I would have seen before we left. Dirty rooms just like the room I had. I would not have booked at this hotel if I would have seen the photos.

    I remember hearing about Marriott acquiring Starwood in SE Asia, I'm sure it would be quite costly to have an under-cover guest program. However, if they just offered the under-cover guests a free room for their efforts, they may find many who would be up to the challenge?

    It's been my experience over the last few years in the States that Marriott seems to be improving their brand, doing a lot of upgrades and their standards of cleanliness have improved versus Hilton who is also making improvements but their management lacks in many areas. They need to be sure they are hiring top notch managers across the board. They also need to be sure all their mission and vision statements are implemented and followed explicitly across the board too.
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #39 Lisa Gallagher
    #32 I will stop by and read it @Phillip Hubbell, thanks for the link!
    Lisa Gallagher
    06/10/2016 #38 Lisa Gallagher
    #30 Ok, I just said it out loud as you typed it and understand the use now @Ben Pinto, thanks for explaining :))
    David Grinberg
    06/10/2016 #37 David Grinberg
    Lisa, you should definitely receive a customer service accommodation for that horrid room. That's simply intolerable. I'm glad you're speaking out about this so the hotel can improve service. More importantly, I'm glad you had a good trip and your son did so well in the race -- very impressive indeed. Buzz on!
    Charles David Upchurch
    06/10/2016 #36 Charles David Upchurch
    #17 To answer your question, @Lisa Gallagher, Secret Shoppers are not supposed to watch other customers or shoplifters, only the quality of the products or services that are offered to them as they act like "normal" customers. If store security personnel have a duty to detain suspects, they are called Security Guards. If they perform arrests, as off-duty law enforcement officers can do, they are Security Officers. The people who watch for shoplifters and videotape them, but cannot detain suspects, are called Loss Prevention Specialists.
    Stephane Fenner
    06/10/2016 #35 Stephane Fenner
    After a quick check, Marriott runs 5 700 properties in 110 countries under 30 brands...
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    06/10/2016 #34 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    A fish rots from its head. Crappy management filters down as well. Admittedly, hotels have the toughest customer experience dilemmas. Given the extended time of interaction, one bad step can ruin days of excellence.

    In your case, there don't seem to be any good steps. That's difficult to accomplish even in today's world where we actually expect crappy service.
  4. Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
    Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
    Singapore just became the first country to have self-driving taxis
    grendz.com Singapore just became the first country to actually implement self-driving taxis on the road for public use. So far, nuTonomy – the company behind the cars and the app that hails them – has implanted six cars that can autonomously pick up passengers...
  5. Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
    Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
    Green Hotel In Singapore Showcases Sustainable Architecture
    grendz.com Designed by WOHA Architects to enthrall its guests with an overwhelming sense of green goodness, the hotel truly stands as a shining beacon of sustainable design on the edge of Singapore’s busy business district. While most other hotel buildings and...
  6. Kepulauan Seribu
    Princess Island aquarium has a Tunnel with a length of 15 meters and a depth of 5 meters of tunnels side coated translucent glass so that visitors can immediately enjoy the coral reefs. http://kepulauan-seribu.com/pulau-putriKepulauan Seribu


    Kepulauan Seribu
    15/08/2016 #2 Kepulauan Seribu
    thank you miss @Lisa Gallagher
    Lisa Gallagher
    15/08/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    really cool!
  7. ProducerKepulauan Seribu
    Pulau Seribu - Travel Thousand Island Jakarta
    Pulau Seribu - Travel Thousand Island JakartaThousand Islands is one of the tourist destinations in Jakarta appeared to save the underwater riches outstanding. Thousand Islands Pulau Seribu is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions of Indonesia. Call it among, Pulau Putri, Pulau...


    Kepulauan Seribu
    10/08/2016 #8 Kepulauan Seribu
    #6 @Catalina Serrano pleased to be joining with renowned writers
    Kepulauan Seribu
    10/08/2016 #7 Kepulauan Seribu
    #5 @Paul Waltere thank you for your passion to read about the Thousand Islands in Jakarta Indonesia, I wish you continued success article always, success always for you @Paul Walters
    Catalina Serrano
    09/08/2016 #6 Catalina Serrano
    #5 Cool! I want to read also your article, if you could write it on producer with link or at least some words of it it would be great!
    Paul Walters
    09/08/2016 #5 Paul Walters
    #3 @Catalina Serrano I have an article in this month's Qatar In Flight magazine on Jakarta and the thousand islands so I shall read this one with gusto
    Kepulauan Seribu
    09/08/2016 #4 Kepulauan Seribu
    thanks @Catalina Serrano, @Paulus Walters wanted to say about Indonesia? whether @Paulus Walters never been to Indonesia?
    Catalina Serrano
    09/08/2016 #3 Catalina Serrano
    I really like your country. It's definitely the paradise! Also, I think @Paul Walters will want to say something about Indonesia! :)
    Kepulauan Seribu
    09/08/2016 #2 Kepulauan Seribu
    #1 equally @Lisa Gallagher, that's right a very pleasant holiday with family and for honeymooners, thank you for giving his comments, success always for you @Lisa Gallagher Greetings from me in Jakarta Indonesia.
    Lisa Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    It looks like paradise @Kepulauan Seribu. So beautiful and appears people really have a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing!
  8. ProducerAntoine Prager

    Antoine Prager

    Marriott International Announces Brand Endorsement of Protea Hotels in Africa
    Marriott International Announces Brand Endorsement of Protea Hotels in AfricaAfter a first move, buying Protea Hotels in 2014, Africa's largest & leading hotel group, with more than 10,000 rooms and over 100 managed and franchised properties in 8 african countries; Marriott International announced today the rebranding of...
  9. Dr. Corinthia Price
    Dr. Corinthia Price
    Hilton lets guests choose rooms with views via Google maps
    usat.ly Loyal guests at Hilton hotels can now choose exactly where their rooms...
  10. Stephane Fenner

    Stephane Fenner

    Window to the Future summit brings together industry leaders and students to discuss hospitality trends
    Stephane Fenner
    Window to the Future summit brings together industry leaders and students to discuss hospitality trends | Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne
    www.ehl.edu Lausanne Hospitality Consulting concluded the first bi-annual “Window to the Future” summit hosted at...
  11. Stephane Fenner

    Stephane Fenner

    Ce poste chez AVANI Hotels & Resorts pourrait vous intéresser : Food and Beverage Manager
    Stephane Fenner
    Food and Beverage Manager
    www.linkedin.com You will be the food & beverage leadership expert, driving the Food & Beverage team in all aspects, from business planning and organizing to operations and administration. You will be responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction and quality...
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    Un hotel para descansar cuerpo y mente
    Un hotel para descansar cuerpo y menteEl Asia Gardens Hotel & Thai Spa es un paráiso balinés de cinco estrellas que se ha convertido en un imprescindible para los que buscan un retiro del mundanal ruido. A su Fitness Center acuden cada año deportistas de élite, directivos y en...
  13. Dr. Corinthia Price
    Dr. Corinthia Price
    Convention center funding an issue in hotel-tax discussions
    www.orlandosentinel.com As leaders wrangle over how to spend future tourist development taxes, some International Drive businesses are worried that the Orange County Convention Center will get...
  14. ProducerPaul "Pablo" Croubalian
    The Underbelly of the Ultimate Customer Experience
    The Underbelly of the Ultimate Customer ExperienceI was looking at the beBee page about the Maldives contest. They ask us to post pictures from our last vacation. I figured I'd re-post this instead. It better suits my thoughts on vacations and what makes them amazing.You may be surprised.The hotel...


    Wayne Yoshida
    15/09/2016 #18 Wayne Yoshida
    Nice place to spend a vacation! Seems a lot like the care going on at Disneyland. I worked a graveyard custodial shift there many years ago. Lots of hard work. There were varying degrees of - pride - in some of those folks. But we did some amazing cleaning details on the property. Like polishing the brass handrails on Main Street. Nevermind it was raining and fingerprints will destroy the polish with the first person who touched it.

    And, yes, we also hosed down every street and walkway, even in the rain. And we dried the surfaces with mops and (the fun part) little gas-powered Cushman scooters dragging mop heads.

    Those scooters have three-speed manual transmissions. Those sure were fun to race - er drive - around the park when the graveyard shift workers were out there.

    I must add Riu palace in Cancun to my list!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    14/05/2016 #17 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #16 I rarely sleep more than 5 or 6 hours. I'm not bragging, it's no virtue (Just ask my wife). That's just the way I've always been. Thanks for the comment, Lisa.
    Lisa Gallagher
    14/05/2016 #16 Lisa Gallagher
    @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, you never cease to.captive me with your stories. Of course some would call me a hotel snob but when i take my time to read reviews and pay to stay somewhere i expect to feel clean, safe and comfortable. Its always refreshing to read positive stories like this. I agree wholeheartedly, it takes the entire team to make one's stay a lovely, relaxing experience. Kudos to those you mentioned and to others who take their jobs seriously and with pride. By the way, do you have a hard time sleeping or have you always been an early riser? Im not a morning person and used to put a lot of guilt on myself because of it. Ive come to accept and realize that our internal body clocks all differ. Thanks for sharing!
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    11/05/2016 #15 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    The behind the scenes people are what make the place buzz. Enjoyable article Paul.
    Deb Helfrich
    05/05/2016 #14 Deb Helfrich
    #8 Was it Sept, Pablo? Geez, it does feel like a lot of years. The power of actually building friendships within a social network....it can change everything.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/05/2016 #13 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #10 Yes, It's a little corne of Heaven over there, @Flavia Toro Rodriguez
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/05/2016 #12 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #11 Thank you, @Don Kerr
    Flavia Toro Rodriguez
    05/05/2016 #10 Flavia Toro Rodriguez
    I love this buzz! If I'm not wrong I was in the hotel opposite to that 7 years ago, it was Riu Lupita and it was a paradise too 😊, fantastic hotel and great people
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/05/2016 #9 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #3 My pleasure, @Javier Cámara Rica. I write about 2000 words a day.... They have to go somewhere, and I can't sell them all (But it would be nice) Why not put them here, where I can find a hive that will fit whatever I feel like writing​ about?
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/05/2016 #8 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #1 Really, @Deb Helfrich? Only from last September? Sometimes, it seems like we connected ages ago, maybe back in grade school. No, wait, you probably weren't even born when I was in grade school. ;-)
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/05/2016 #7 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #2 Agreed, @Kevin Pashuk. All function are important. I am reminded of an old joke about the brian, the eyes, the legs, and the rectum having an arguement about who was most important.... I'll leave that for another time
    Ali Anani
    04/05/2016 #4 Ali Anani
    Great and moving experience that would make any one wish to go to the same place. Yes, business needs to delight the customer even if the customer doesn't realize the effort behind the scene. It is like a cooked meal the guest want quality meal served in a friendly manner and he/she could care less for the effort cooking demanded. Customer pay to get delighted. Excellent buzz @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Javier beBee
    04/05/2016 #3 Javier beBee
    Thanks again @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian ! It is great to take advantage of so many good buzzes !!!!
    Kevin Pashuk
    04/05/2016 #2 Kevin Pashuk
    The measure of character (for me) is dignity and respect with which a person greets another, whether they be the janitor or the judge. Great story @Paul-Croubalian. Thanks for sharing.
    Deb Helfrich
    04/05/2016 #1 Deb Helfrich
    @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian - Pablo, I remember well that this was the post that brought you into my network. Glad to see so many great posts getting a new round of readers.
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    Dejar un legado en la vida, es la misión!
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  17. Dr. Corinthia Price
    Dr. Corinthia Price
    Orlando's hotel supply to increase nearly 3 percent in next two years
    www.orlandosentinel.com As more tourists come to Orlando, more hotels are being built to accommodate the increase in tourism...
  18. Dr. Corinthia Price
    Dr. Corinthia Price
    Hilton and Uber Expand Partnership
    www.hotelnewsresource.com Article - Hilton and Uber Expand Partnership - Users can seamlessly access their hotel and ground transportation reservations through the Hilton HHonors and Uber...
  19. Dave Parfitt

    Dave Parfitt

    Hotel Review: Grand Palladium Riviera Maya – An All-Inclusive Yucatan Jungle Sanctuary http://www.adventuresbydaddy.com/2014/01/09/hotel-review-grand-palladium-riviera-maya/ Dave Parfitt


    Mary White
    23/03/2016 #1 Mary White
    I was there! So colorful and the staff is amazing, cheerful people everywhere. Had a great time.
  20. Pedro Gómez

    Pedro Gómez

    Hotel "Royal Palais Namaskar" in Marrakech Pedro Gómez
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    Adelaide Santos

    Adelaide Santos
    Estos son los hoteles donde mejor se duerme del mundo
    www.expansion.com Los astronautas de la NASA y de la Estación Espacial Internacional tienen un secreto para conciliar el sueño de forma natural: la bombilla...
  22. Dr. Corinthia Price
    Starwood Hotels Plans to Accept Anbang's $13.2 Billion Bid
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    Starwood Hotels Plans to Accept Anbang's $13.2 Billion Bid
    bloom.bg Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., owner of brands such as Westin, Sheraton and W, said it plans to accept a $13.2 billion takeover bid by China’s Anbang Insurance Group Co. and gave suitor Marriott International Inc. a deadline to make a...
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