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New Jersey Economic Development Authority to Consider Incentives For First Data Corp

The agenda for the next meeting of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority includes an application for tax incentives for First Data Corp.

New Jersey sign in Trenton

New Jersey sign in Trenton (photo – Famartin/wikimedia)

The $8.25 million in Grow NJ incentives, if awarded, are meant to encourage the global payment solutions company to make a capital investment and locate the project in Jersey City, NJ.

The Grow NJ award would be in the form of an annual award of $825,000 for a 10-year period. The project’s location in Jersey City, Hudson County means it qualifies for bonus increases to the allowed tax credit award.

The Grow NJ program allows this for transit-oriented economic development projects located in an urban transit HUB municipality.

First Data Corp announced back in August last year that it had selected Jersey City as the location for an expansion of its security applications team. The company expected that the project would bring 74 new jobs to Jersey City, along with a capital investment of $1.4 million.

One of the deciding factors that led to First Data Crop choosing Jersey City was the approval of Grow NJ incentives, which at that time was supposed to be around $6 million. Without these incentives, the company could have decided to locate the expansion at their headquarters in Atlanta, GA instead.

At that time, Jersey City Mayor Steven M. Fulop said in a release announcing the project that they are very thankful and excited that First Data’s leadership sees the benefits of growing a business in Jersey City.

Mayor Fulop noted that Jersey City is becoming a preferred location for business and is leading the state economy with job creation, and added that through partnerships with the State, they will continue to bring new business to Jersey City.

Apart from the First Data Corp application, the agenda for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority meeting also includes two other Grow NJ incentive applications.

One is for photography equipment and accessories manufacturer and distributor C&A Marketing, Inc., to encourage the company to locate a project and make a capital investment in Edison Township, Middlesex County. This is an application for an estimated annual award of $541,746 in tax credits for a 10-year term.

The third Grow NJ award on the agenda is for Stay Fresh Foods, LLC for a project in Pennsauken Township, NJ. This would be an estimated annual award of $340,000 in tax credits for a 10-year term.

Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Incentives Offered for Citigroup Florida Expansion

The Board of County Commissioners in Hillsborough County, FL is set to consider a proposal to approve a package of local incentives for a large expansion project by Citigroup.


Citigroup (photo – eflon/flickr)

Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) is proposing to invest $90 million and create 1,163 new jobs over the next three years at its current Tampa location at the Sabal Industrial Park in unincorporated Hillsborough County.

These will be high quality jobs with average annual wages of at least $75,000.

The incentive proposal asks that the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation’s ‘Project Expansion’ be approved as a Qualified Target Industry Business, making it eligible for state and local incentives under the QTI Tax Refund program.

Specifically, the county would need to pitch in with $1,395,600 as a local match for the $5,582,400 QTI award from the State of Florida.

Secondly, a 10-year Jobs Creation Incentive Agreement provides for up to $1,400,252 in incentive payments to Citigroup as incentives for encouraging Citigroup to locate the expansion in Tampa and create the new jobs committed.

As part of the compliance agreement for these incentive payments spread over ten years, Citigroup is required to retain a baseline employment of 5,173.

Thirdly, the Hillsborough Board of County Commissioners will also consider approving a Capital Investment Incentive Agreement with Citigroup. This agreement provides Citigroup another $600,000 in incentive payments to encourage the capital investment of up to $90 million for the expansion.

Citigroup’s application for incentives includes a $6 million grant from the state, to be provided as a High Impact Performance Incentive (HIPI) Grant. This will be entirely in the form of State of Florida economic development incentives recommended by Enterprise Florida Inc. (EFI) and approved by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO).

However, the HIPI grant is still subject to approval of the jobs creation and capital investment agreements between the county and Citigroup.

All put together, Citigroup will be getting up to $3,395,852 in local Hillsborough economic development incentives for this Tampa expansion, and a total of up to $15 million in state and local incentives.

Citigroup hasn’t officially picked Tampa for the expansion, but the county’s approval of the package of incentives should be helpful to the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation and EFI in closing the deal.

Colorado Approves $23M Economic Development Incentives For Sierra Nevada Project in Colorado Springs

At its latest meeting, the Board of the Colorado Economic Development Commission approved a $23.2 million state incentives package for a proposed high-end aircraft completions complex in Colorado Springs by Sierra Nevada Corporation.


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The campus, to be located in the Colorado Aerospace Park at Colorado Springs Airport, will be built in four phases with an expected investment of $88 million by SNC.

It will be large enough to house 2,100 employees within five years, and the project is forecasted to pump $5 billion into the state economy, including the impact of indirect and induced jobs.

As a start, the company has committed to create 1,323 jobs in Colorado return for the state and local incentives that have been offered. These are high-wage jobs with an annual average wage exceeding $83,700.

Sparks, NV-based Sierra Nevada Corporation already has a workforce of more than 3,000 employees spread across 31 facilities in 17 states and two locations in Europe. This includes three existing Colorado facilities in Centennial, Louisville and Englewood.

In a release announcing the project, SNC President Eren Ozmen expressed gratitude to the state of Colorado, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, and the Airport Authority for helping them make the Sierra Completions dream a reality.

SNC has created a new aircraft completions subsidiary called Sierra Completions to operate this facility in Colorado Springs. It will be one of only a few completion centers in the U.S. capable of accommodating the largest wide-body aircraft in the world today, including the Airbus A350 and the Boeing 747 and 787.

Sierra Completions will focus on aircraft used by private sector V-VIPs and heads of state, modifying the jet interiors to create a so-called ‘office in the sky.’

Jon Burgoyne, president of Sierra Completions, said in the release that they were very pleased with the cooperation and commitment brought to the table by state and local officials, proving that they’re invested as much in the success of Sierra Completions as the company itself.

Governor John Hickenlooper said in the release that with the announcement by Sierra Nevada Corporation, Colorado Springs is on its way to becoming home to an aviation facility unlike any other in the country. “We’re thrilled to welcome Sierra Completions and be part of the continued success and expansion of SNC,” said Gov. Hickenlooper.

Apart from the job creation and investment impact, there’s also another big economic development benefit from this project for Colorado Springs, El Paso County and the rest of the Colorado Springs MSA, better known as the Pikes Peak region.

Almost half of the employment dollars spent in the Colorado Springs economy come from U.S. Department of Defense employees. The Sierra Completions aircraft completions facility will help diversify the economy and enable the region to retain trained military talent as active-duty members transition into civilian life.

Volkswagen Selects Jacksonville, Florida JAXPORT as Southeast US Port

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. announced the selection of the Port of Jacksonville, FL (JAXPORT) as their southeastern U.S. port. The company will invest $3 million into the project and expects to create 100 new jobs.


Herndon, VA-based Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWGoA), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, already has approximately 6,500 employees in the United States.

The 85-acre JAXPORT facility will process and distribute arriving Volkswagen, Audi and Bentley vehicles to states in the southeast.

Volkswagen plans on transporting 100,000 cars through their 85-acre JAXPORT facility within a year after it opens in May, and that total is expected to add up to approximately 550,000 in the next five years.

The Volkswagen JAXPORT facility will also be used to export vehicles, including the Volkswagen Passat and a new seven-passenger SUV soon to be manufactured at the company’s Chattanooga, TN plant.

In a release announcing the project, Governor Rick Scott said they are excited Volkswagen has chosen Florida to create new jobs. “Florida’s ports are one of the many reasons why companies are choosing our state as the best place to grow their business,” said Gov. Scott.

David Geanacopoulos, executive vice president for Public Affairs and General Counsel, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., said in the release that selecting the Port of Jacksonville as their southeastern U.S. port is part of the company’s growth strategy in the southeast.

Volkswagen and Gov. Scott joined state and local officials and leaders from JAXPORT, the JAXUSA Partnership and AMPORTS for the announcement in Jacksonville.

AMPORTS is one of the largest auto processors in North America. The JAXUSA Partnership is the lead Jacksonville economic development group assisting businesses with relocation and expansion projects in the region. Volkswagen has been offered incentives for this project based on the volume of vehicles processed through the JAXPORT facility.

This JAXPORT project adds to the company’s existing presence in Jacksonville, where it already has a 260,000-square-foot parts distribution facility that opened in 2009.

JAXPORT Board Chairman John Falconetti said that Governor Scott and the state leadership, through their unwavering commitment to long term investments in a state-of-the-art seaport and transportation network, have given them the tools they need to grow jobs and opportunity.

Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Jim Boxol reinforced this point with a statement that FDOT is pleased to partner with JAXPORT in terminal and waterway improvements that he said positioned JAXPORT to secure the Volkswagen Group business.

Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown said that Volkswagen’s decision to expand to Jacksonville shows real confidence in the city and its growing economy.

Mark Frisch, Chair of JAXUSA Partnership, noted that Volkswagen is a high-profile name in the automotive industry. Frisch added that they are pleased to see the continued growth of European companies in Northeast Florida, particularly in logistics, which he said is an industry that they have strategically targeted for growth.

York County, Pennsylvania Economic Development Teams Secure Target Fulfillment Center

Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) has selected West Manchester Township in York County, PA to establish a new online fulfillment center with 250 new jobs.


Target (photo – Marcus Q/flickr)

The facility will be managed by third-party logistics provider GENCO that was recently acquired by FedEx Corp and now operates as a FedEx subsidiary.

Aided by Pennsylvania and York County economic development incentives and site location support, Target is leasing an existing 625,000-square-foot facility that was formerly occupied by American Signature Furniture.

The company will invest $52 million into the project to equip the facility and expand it by around 160,000 square feet. The project, known previously only as Project Pegasus, will receive a 10-year tax abatement for the expansion.

The property owner, 325 Salem Property, LP, has been offered the abatement through the Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance (LERTA) program to support the expansion on the site.

York County Commissioners Steve Chronister, Doug Hoke and Chris Reilly issued a statement about the Target project in which they welcome Target’s further expansion into the area, and add that this project will boost the local economy and put to productive use a previously vacant building.

York County Economic Alliance President and CEO Darrell Auterson said they were pleased to assist with the site location and are excited to welcome Target to the York community.

The Alliance is York County’s primary business resource that provides a range of economic development services to facilitate expansions, redevelopment, funding, and workforce development, among other things.

For its part, the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) has additionally offered Target a funding proposal that includes $512,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits and another $115,200 for workforce training under the Guaranteed Free Training program.

Acting DCED Secretary Dennis M. Davin said in a release that they are proud to announce that Target will expand its presence in Pennsylvania and will establish a new distribution site in York County.

The location of the new fulfillment center in York County makes it ideal for fulfilling orders all over the northeast within a day.

Mike Robbins, Target’s senior vice president of distribution, said in the release that they are excited to expand their presence in Pennsylvania, and look forward to serving their guests throughout the state and across the region even more quickly and efficiently from this new online fulfillment center in York County.

Robbins added that with more than 60 stores and a regional distribution center in Pennsylvania, they already serve many Target guests in the state and know that Pennsylvania is a great place to do business.

Minneapolis, MN-based Target Corporation serves customers through 1,790 stores and the online website at

Iowa Approves Economic Development Incentives for Rembrandt Foods Expansion

The Board of the Iowa Economic Development Authority has approved tax incentives for an expansion project by Rembrandt Enterprises in Winnebago County, IA.


Egg (photo – acf/wikipedia)

The company is making a capital investment of $86.5 million into the project for building a large-scale egg processing plant that will allow their Rembrandt Foods division to expand its distribution of egg-protein powder throughout the U.S. and globally.

Rembrandt expects to create 197 jobs as part of this expansion. Governor Terry Branstad said in a release announcing the project that Rembrandt’s expansion will create nearly 200 jobs, opening great opportunities for Iowans to increase their family incomes with these high-quality, good-paying jobs.

Rembrandt Enterprises is a privately held agribusiness and food company that was founded in 2000 and initially headquartered in Okoboji, IA. They now have three divisions, including a pet care business that provides ingredients to pet food manufacturers and a farm nutrients business that provides agronomy solutions to farm owners.

The Rembrandt Foods division produces customized egg products for the food ingredient and food service industry. Rembrandt Foods is now one of the largest egg and egg-ingredient producers in the U.S.

This is the second major project by Rembrandt Enterprises in recent times for which state incentives have been provided. Back in 2013, the company announced plans to relocate their headquarters from Okoboji and an R&D center in Sioux Rapids to the Great Lakes Mall in Spirit Lake, IA.

That $6 million headquarters and R&D center relocation project received direct financial assistance in the form of two loans of $105,000 each, along with $130,000 in tax credits approved by the Iowa Economic Development Authority.

The incentive package for this latest expansion with 197 jobs adds up to approximately $9.7 million in tax incentives. It requires Rembrandt to offer a qualifying wage of $14.86 per hour for the 197 new jobs they will be creating.

The Winnebago County Board of Supervisors is supporting the project by providing $1.6 million through a TIF arrangement.

Apart from the incentives for Rembrandt, the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board also approved $12 million for the City of Waterloo for its TechWorks Campus Reinvestment District plan.

This funding, provided through the Iowa Reinvestment District program, will assist Waterloo’s $74.1 million plan to develop three project areas on land donated by Deere & Company.

One of the projects is a mixed-use development that includes a hotel, industrial incubator, a private-sector lab and manufacturing maker-space, and the John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum. The second project is a marina, and the third one will establish commercial out-lots for restaurants and retailers complementing the other two projects.

Live Oak LNG Announces $2B Plant on Calcasieu Ship Channel in Southwest Louisiana

Live Oak LNG Chairman Martin Houston joined Governor Bobby Jindal at the Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial and Economic Development Center (SEED) to announce a $2 billion natural gas liquefaction and export project to be developed on the Calcasieu Ship Channel.

Live Oak LNG

Live Oak LNG (photo –

Live Oak LNG, a subsidiary of Houston-based Parallax Energy LLC, will invest up to $2 billion into the project on the west bank of the Calcasieu Ship Channel, located on a 350-acre site due southwest of Lake Charles.

The plant will be constructed with a capacity of up to five million metric tons per year, and will include two storage tanks to hold 130,000 cubic meters of LNG each, along with port facilities with a jetty for accommodating standard LNG carriers.

The Live Oak LNG project is expected to create 100 direct new jobs at the facility once it is operational. These are jobs with an average annual salary of $75,000, plus benefits.

According to estimates provided by Louisiana Economic Development (LED), the project will additionally support the creation of another 385 new indirect jobs in Calcasieu Parish and the rest of Southwest Louisiana.

The company further estimates that there will be an average of 550 people working on the project during the three-year construction phase, with up to 1,000 jobs at peak.

Live Oak LNG Chairman Martin Houston said in a release announcing the project that they greatly appreciate the incentives available and the support of local officials, who he said have already provided a wealth of information to get the project started.

LED started discussions with Live Oak for this project in Oct 2014, and has offered the company a package that includes incentives through the Quality Jobs and Industrial Tax Exemption programs.

Gov. Jindal said in the release that “the global demand for affordable, American-produced liquefied natural gas is on the rise, and Calcasieu Parish is ideally situated to serve that market with its deepwater ports and ready access to natural gas supplies.”

The Calcasieu Ship Channel connects the Lake Charles industrial region to worldwide markets through the Gulf of Mexico.

Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance President and CEO George Swift likewise added that as domestic natural gas production increases, deepwater port access and proximity to one of the major natural gas pipeline hubs in the U.S. are making such projects attractive for developers in Calcasieu and Cameron parishes.

Live Oak LNG has already awarded contracts to Bechtel and Chart Industries for pre-engineering design and process design work, respectively, for the project. Live Oak will be starting the federal permitting process now, and expects to begin construction by late next year, with a target of opening the plant in late 2019.

Vermont Economic Development Authority Approves Financing For Tech and Solar Projects

The Vermont Economic Development Authority announced approval of nearly $4.5 million in financing for technology, solar energy, small business and agricultural projects.


Vermont (photo – Amy the Nurse/flickr)

The projects, totaling $8.6 million, include a multi-community solar power generation project in which VEDA is helping Montpelier, VT-based Helios Solar, LLC buy ten new community net-metered solar array projects across nine different towns.

The projects were all built by All Earth Renewables, LLC and SunCommon, and are being purchased by Helios Solar just before the commissioning.

All told, the ten solar array projects will generate a combined total of 2.3 million KWH of electricity every year. That’s enough clean power to supply 337 average households in Vermont while reducing carbon emissions by 1,348 tons annually.

VEDA has approved $2.1 million for Helios Solar through the Authority’s Commercial Energy Loan Program.

Two tech projects have been approved to receive financing through VEDA’s Entrepreneurial Loan Program. One of these projects is Burlington, VT-based Social Sell, LLC (dba divvi). VEDA is providing the startup $150,000 to help them further develop their ‘divvi’ social commerce mobile app for iOS that was recently launched on the App Store. The company hopes to create ten jobs within three years.

The other tech project approved to receive state assistance is Stowe, VT-based Sterling Valley Systems (dba Inntopia). VEDA is providing then $245,000 to help the company purchase new hardware and software to scale up their IT systems so that they can keep up with increased demand for their technology solutions.

Inntopia, a supplier of destination travel technology booking and reservation systems for call centers and travel marketing websites, already has 54 employees in Vermont and expects this number to grow to 77 within three years of the expansion project.

Apart from these projects, VEDA also approved $1.06 million in financing through the Vermont Agricultural Credit Corporation for agricultural projects. Another $660,000 was approved for small business projects through their Small Business Loan Program, and $214,000 through the SBA 504 Program.

Vermont Economic Development Authority CEO Jo Bradley said in a release announcing the financing approvals that it is exciting to see small businesses with innovative technology products start and grow in Vermont, creating jobs in the process.

Bradley added that VEDA continues to see great interest in their Entrepreneurial Loan Program, and that they are also pleased to see growth in the Commercial Energy Loan Program which helps to finance the development of renewable energy generation projects throughout Vermont.

Arkansas Economic Development Incentives Support Conway Chamber in Attracting Three Tech Projects

Governor Asa Hutchinson was joined by local officials in Conway, AR and the company executives of three tech firms to announce job creation projects in downtown Conway.

Downtown Conway, AR

Downtown Conway, AR (photo – Someone’s Moving Castle/wikipedia)

With local support from the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and Arkansas economic development incentives, the three companies (Metova Inc., Big Cloud Analytics, and Eyenalyze) are creating 140 jobs and investing a combined total of $2.5 million.

Franklin, TN-based Metova Inc. is a mobile app development company that is creating 60 of these jobs and investing $2.075 million.

Atlanta, GA-based Big Cloud Analytics, which has developed big data analytics technology that enables real-time marketing predictions, is expanding in Conway and plans to create up to 40 new jobs and invest $116,000.

Conway, AR-based Eyenalyze is a startup that provides real time management information from web to mobile for independent restaurants and small chains. They are working with Metova to develop new software, and plan to create 40 new jobs by next year.

In a release announcing these projects, Gov. Hutchinson said that Metova, Big Cloud Analytics and Eyenalyze could have gone anywhere, but these fast-growing companies chose Conway and Arkansas for a reason. The Governor added that these companies know that the city and state are committed to growing with them, not getting in their way.

U.S. Senator for Arkansas John Boozman issued a statement in which he says that “This great investment in the community and the workforce speaks volumes to the efforts of the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to encourage business growth in our state.”

Both Metova and Big Cloud Analytics are receiving Arkansas economic development incentives that include grants from the Governor’s Quick Action Closing Fund to support their investments, along with sales tax refunds for office renovation spending, and payroll rebates for job creation.

Eyenalyze has been approved by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to receive a tax credit.

Apart from working with Conway-based Eyenalyze, Metova is also collaborating with the University of Central Arkansas for establishing a wireless engineering degree that will create a pipeline of talent to fill the new jobs they are creating in the area.

The Conway office is Metova’s fifth location that adds to existing offices in Cabot, AR; Franklin, TN; Augusta, GA; and Washington, D.C. This latest expansion is the result of their acquisition of a New Hampshire-based RFID company whose operations they are now relocating to Conway.

Metova Inc. CEO John Adams said in the release that Conway offers them a desirable combination of a skilled tech workforce, a welcoming business environment and great living conditions.

Conway Mayor Tab Townsell affirmed this by noting that this announcement affirms threefold the Conway model for success – quality of place plus quality of workforce. The Mayor added that the promise of a talented workforce in an attractive location drives these types of decisions, rather than logistics and infrastructure.

Big Cloud Analytics’ Chief Revenue Officer Bryan Throckmorton said in the release that the combination of existing talent and new talent emerging through the three universities in Conway makes it an ideal place for them.

Eyenalyze President Michael Rasmussen, CPA, said they’re excited to join these companies in establishing Conway and its downtown as a destination for big-data professionals.

Start-Up NY Economic Development Program Attracts Another 18 Projects

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that another 18 businesses are locating or expanding in New York State under the Start-Up NY program.

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These 18 new projects will be investing more than $12 million and are expected to create 295 jobs over the next five years in tax-free areas sponsored by educational institutions participating in Start-Up NY.

The Start-Up NY economic development program is designed to accelerate entrepreneurialism and job creation, and is especially focused on attracting new startups and businesses to Upstate New York.

It allows businesses creating net new jobs to be sponsored by participating colleges and universities and pay no tax for ten years. This includes 100 percent exemption from state income tax, business or corporate state or local taxes, sales tax, and property tax or franchise fees.

This latest lot of 18 new projects under Start-Up NY brings the total number of participating businesses to 73. This represents a total investment commitment of more than $104 million, along with the expected creation of more than 2,400 new jobs.

In a release announcing the projects, Gov. Cuomo said that “I am proud to welcome these latest companies under the START-UP NY banner, and I look forward to seeing them grow and thrive in the Empire State well into the future.”

The program, which currently includes 63 participating schools offering 350 tax-free areas, has started attracting not just expansions and new startups being established in New York State, but also innovators from other states drawn by the appeal of university research expertise and tax-free operations.

For instance, many of these 18 projects are by out-of-state early stage startups establishing a second base of operations in the University at Buffalo’s Start-Up NY designated areas.

The Buffalo Niagara Medical Center’s Innovations Center has three of them. One is Asana Medical, Inc., a Florida-based early-stage medical device company. Also locating to the Innovation Center is Ohio-based medical biotechnology company Genetesis, LLC.

Massachusetts-based Energy Intelligence, LLC, also an early stage business that has developed an ultra-compact energy harvesting technology to generate electricity from the motion of vehicles, is likewise setting up operations in the Innovation Center.

Toronto-based Infonaut Holdings, Inc., a Canadian public health consulting business that developed its expertise during the SARS crisis, is locating to the Jacobs Institute. Nevada-based LED Spirit, Inc., which has developed energy efficient, affordable and long-lasting LED lighting technology, is locating to the Gateway Building in Buffalo.

The full list of 18 new additions to Start-Up NY is as follows:-

University of Buffalo (164 net new jobs) – Cloud62, Inc.; Energy Intelligence, LLC; Genetesis, LLC; HemoGenyx, LLC; Infonaut Holdings, Inc.; KeepUp, Inc.; LED Spirit, Inc.; NE Innovation, LLC; and Raland Therapeutics, Inc.

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (40 net new jobs) – Windsor Wood USA, LLC

SUNY Downstate Medical Center (35 net new jobs) – AzurRx BioPharma, Inc.

Schenectady County Community College (26 net new jobs) – SureDone, Inc.

Plattsburgh State University (17 net new jobs) – Eye-in Media

Stony Brook University (7 net new jobs) – Anschel Technology, Inc.; and Aset Therapeutics, LLC

SUNY Canton (6 net new jobs) – Adirondack Operations, LLC

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