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Vivint SmartHome Arena Renovations: Utah Jazz open arena for tours
Vivint SmartHome Arena Renovations: Utah Jazz open arena for tours
Published: 2017/09/26
Channel: Standard-Examiner
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Published: 2017/05/23
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Peek inside renovated Vivint Smarthome Arena
Peek inside renovated Vivint Smarthome Arena
Published: 2017/09/26
Channel: KSL News
This Arena
This Arena
Published: 2015/10/26
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Published: 2017/04/20
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update August 2017
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update August 2017
Published: 2017/08/16
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
A massive renovation project is underway at the Vivint Smart Home Arena
A massive renovation project is underway at the Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/04/28
Channel: KSL News
Newly renovated Vivint Arena leaves fans without seats for concert
Newly renovated Vivint Arena leaves fans without seats for concert
Published: 2017/09/28
Channel: KSL News
Utah Jazz play in the newly renovated Vivint SmartHome Arena
Utah Jazz play in the newly renovated Vivint SmartHome Arena
Published: 2017/10/03
Channel: Standard-Examiner
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update - New Main Entry
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update - New Main Entry
Published: 2017/09/07
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Animated Tour presented by Rocky Mountain Power
Published: 2017/08/24
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
UTAH JAZZ GAME AT NEW VIVINT SMART HOME ARENA  //  4more vlogs
UTAH JAZZ GAME AT NEW VIVINT SMART HOME ARENA // 4more vlogs
Published: 2017/11/14
Channel: 4more Vlogs
Time-Lapse Arena Flip: Utah Jazz Game to Monster Jam
Time-Lapse Arena Flip: Utah Jazz Game to Monster Jam
Published: 2016/02/18
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update - New Cushioned Seats
Vivint Smart Home "Arena Rising" Renovation Update - New Cushioned Seats
Published: 2017/08/22
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
My Hero - Foo Fighters - 12/12/2017 - Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City Utah
My Hero - Foo Fighters - 12/12/2017 - Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City Utah
Published: 2017/12/13
Channel: DMB4041
Vivint SmartHome Arena Renovation Update
Vivint SmartHome Arena Renovation Update
Published: 2017/06/28
Channel: Standard-Examiner
Kobe Introduction @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, March 28th, 2016
Kobe Introduction @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, March 28th, 2016
Published: 2016/03/29
Channel: Brett Burggraf
Why The Vivint Smart Home Arena Is So Jazzy 😂
Why The Vivint Smart Home Arena Is So Jazzy 😂
Published: 2017/06/14
Channel: Lance McGowan
Time-Lapse Arena Flip: Disney On Ice to NBA Utah Jazz Game
Time-Lapse Arena Flip: Disney On Ice to NBA Utah Jazz Game
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Arena Plans | Deseret News
Vivint Arena Plans | Deseret News
Published: 2016/09/21
Channel: Deseret News
The Energy Solutions Arena ( Salt Lake City )
The Energy Solutions Arena ( Salt Lake City )
Published: 2012/11/06
Channel: KTOWNBLOODY
Monster Jam Vivint Smart Home Arena  Salt Lake City Utah 2016
Monster Jam Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City Utah 2016
Published: 2016/01/24
Channel: Mark Hahn
Opening Sequence for Jazz vs. Celtics 2/12/17 Vivint Smart Home Arena
Opening Sequence for Jazz vs. Celtics 2/12/17 Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/02/13
Channel: D Boles
A Tour of the Newly Remodeled Energy Solutions Arena
A Tour of the Newly Remodeled Energy Solutions Arena
Published: 2011/01/22
Channel: KPVINEWS6
Foo Fighters Run Salt Lake City, UT 12/12/2017 Vivint Smart Home Arena
Foo Fighters Run Salt Lake City, UT 12/12/2017 Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/12/13
Channel: bevo49
"The Builders" Documentary on the Original Construction of the Arena
"The Builders" Documentary on the Original Construction of the Arena
Published: 2017/06/01
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Coldplay - Adventure of a Lifetime @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC, UT
Coldplay - Adventure of a Lifetime @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC, UT
Published: 2016/09/01
Channel: Brett Burggraf
Random Kid at Vivint Smart-Home Arena
Random Kid at Vivint Smart-Home Arena
Published: 2016/01/24
Channel: Caitlynn Wilbur
Miller Family Transfers Ownership of Utah Jazz
Miller Family Transfers Ownership of Utah Jazz
Published: 2017/01/23
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Boingo Stadium Stories: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Boingo Stadium Stories: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2016/12/02
Channel: BoingoWireless
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation -- Bowl Timelapse
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation -- Bowl Timelapse
Published: 2017/11/18
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/05/03
Channel: Greg Swartz
Marvel Universe Live at the Vivint Smart Home Arena
Marvel Universe Live at the Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2016/02/12
Channel: Becky and Jill
Arena Rising - Vivint Smart Home Arena
Arena Rising - Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2018/01/12
Channel: Hunt Electric, Inc.
Vivint Smart Home Arena undergoes transformation prior to playoff game
Vivint Smart Home Arena undergoes transformation prior to playoff game
Published: 2017/04/29
Channel: KSL News
Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 4
Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 4
Published: 2017/10/24
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Announcement
Vivint Smart Home Arena Renovation Announcement
Published: 2016/09/21
Channel: Utah Jazz
2016-17 Utah Jazz Introduction Home Opener @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC, UT
2016-17 Utah Jazz Introduction Home Opener @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC, UT
Published: 2016/10/30
Channel: Brett Burggraf
JDawgs Restaurant Coming to Vivint Smart Home Arena.
JDawgs Restaurant Coming to Vivint Smart Home Arena.
Published: 2017/04/13
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
R&R BBQ Restaurant Coming to Vivint Smart Home Arena Fall 2017
R&R BBQ Restaurant Coming to Vivint Smart Home Arena Fall 2017
Published: 2017/03/15
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Monster Jam Vivint Smart Home Arena January 6 & 7
Monster Jam Vivint Smart Home Arena January 6 & 7
Published: 2016/12/23
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Energy Solutions Arena   Time Lapse of Install
Energy Solutions Arena Time Lapse of Install
Published: 2015/03/10
Channel: Prismview Electronics - A Samsung Company
AiR1 Positive Hits Tour at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 5
AiR1 Positive Hits Tour at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 5
Published: 2017/09/24
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Lady Gaga - Applause
Lady Gaga - Applause
Published: 2017/12/16
Channel: cwdowns65
Harlem Globetrotters at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 4
Harlem Globetrotters at Vivint Smart Home Arena November 4
Published: 2017/10/20
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sam Smith at Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sam Smith at Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/10/12
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
LeBron James spoke with the media prior to shootaround at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City
LeBron James spoke with the media prior to shootaround at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City
Published: 2017/12/30
Channel: United Life 4 ever
Neil Diamond in Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT, US April 09 2017 Concert~LIVE
Neil Diamond in Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT, US April 09 2017 Concert~LIVE
Published: 2017/04/10
Channel: takanpernahkembali
J-Note Vivint Smart Home Arena
J-Note Vivint Smart Home Arena
Published: 2017/09/29
Channel: Trademark Visual Inc
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Soul2Soul Tour at Vivint Smart Home Arena July 18, 2018
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Soul2Soul Tour at Vivint Smart Home Arena July 18, 2018
Published: 2017/11/07
Channel: Vivint Smart Home Arena
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Vivint Smart Home Arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena logo.svg
Vivint Smart Home Arena August 13, 2016.jpg
Front exterior entrance in August 2016
Former names Delta Center (1991–2006)
Salt Lake Ice Center (2002 Winter Olympics)
EnergySolutions Arena (2006–2015)
Address 301 West South Temple
Location Salt Lake City, Utah
Coordinates 40°46′6″N 111°54′4″W / 40.76833°N 111.90111°W / 40.76833; -111.90111Coordinates: 40°46′6″N 111°54′4″W / 40.76833°N 111.90111°W / 40.76833; -111.90111
Public transit Arena (UTA station)
 701  TRAX Blue Line
 704  TRAX Green Line
Planetarium (UTA station)
 701  TRAX Blue Line
Owner Larry Miller Sports & Entertainment
Operator Larry Miller Sports & Entertainment
Capacity Basketball: 1991 - 2017: 19,911 2017 - Present: 18,306[1]
Ice hockey / Ice Floor: 14,000
Concert in the round: 20,380 [2]
End stage concert: 15,000
Dirt show: 15,000
Professional Wrestling: 12,000-19,387
Construction
Broke ground May 22, 1990
Opened October 4, 1991
Construction cost US$93 million
($167 million in 2017 dollars[3])
Architect FFKR Architecture[4]
Structural engineer Ralph L. Wadsworth Engineering
Services engineer Olsen & Peterson Consulting Engineers, Inc.[5]
General contractor Ohbayashi/Sahara
Tenants
Utah Jazz (NBA) (1991–present)
Salt Lake Golden Eagles (IHL) (1991–1994)
Utah Grizzlies (IHL) (1995–1997)
Utah Starzz (WNBA) (1997–2002)
Utah Blaze (AFL) (2006–2008, 2011–2013)

Vivint Smart Home Arena is an indoor arena located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The building is owned by Jazz Basketball Investors, Inc., the estate of Larry H. Miller. The arena is the home of the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and has been the home venue for other professional athletic teams such as the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League and the Utah Starzz of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). It seats 18,306 for basketball, has 56 luxury suites, and 668 club seats.

Opened in 1991, the arena was known as the Delta Center, under a naming rights deal with Delta Air Lines, which has a hub at Salt Lake City International Airport. Salt Lake City-based EnergySolutions purchased the naming rights in November 2006, after Delta decided not to renew their 15-year contract due to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy the year prior. From 2006 to 2015 it was known as EnergySolutions Arena.[6][7] On October 26, 2015, the arena was renamed as part of a 10-year naming rights contract with the Provo, Utah-based home security system provider Vivint.[8]

The arena was also home to the figure skating and short track speed skating competitions of the 2002 Winter Olympics, where it was referred to as the Salt Lake Ice Center.

History[edit]

Interior in 2006

The arena was originally imagined as 20,000-seat home for the Utah Jazz and Salt Lake Golden Eagles to replace the since-demolished arena of the Salt Palace, which had 12,616 seats.[9] Under the leadership and private financing of Utah businessman Larry H. Miller, ground was broken on May 22, 1990, and it was completed on October 4, 1991 in time for late-October basketball games, at a cost of $93 million ($167 million in 2017 dollars.)[10][3]

The first game played in the arena was a Golden Eagles match against the Peoria Rivermen on October 16, 1991, which the home team lost 4–2.[11] The Eagles had also played the inaugural game in the Salt Palace arena when it opened on October 10, 1969.[12] The Eagles, which were purchased by Miller in 1990, lost nearly a million dollars annually and would not long play in the Delta Center.

The first basketball game played in the arena was a Jazz pre-season loss against Patrick Ewing and the New York Knicks, 101–95.[13] In addition to sports, the arena was intended to host large music concerts. On October 24, 1991, Oingo Boingo became the first headlining act to rock the Delta Center.[14]

June 2005 photo when it was known as the Delta Center.

The 1993–95 Western Athletic Conference men's basketball tournaments were held at the facility, as was the 1993 NBA All-Star Game. The Delta Center also hosted games of the 1997 and 1998 NBA Finals between the Jazz and Chicago Bulls.

In addition to the Utah Jazz and Blaze, the arena has also been the home of the WNBA's Utah Starzz from 1997 to 2002, the Salt Lake Golden Eagles from 1991 to 1994, and the Utah Grizzlies from 1995 to 1997, both of the International Hockey League. Notably, on June 8, 1996, the Delta Center hosted what was then the largest crowd in the history of American minor league hockey: 17,381 fans attended Game 4 of the 1996 Turner Cup Finals.[15] The Grizzlies won 3–2 in overtime, completing a four-game sweep of the Orlando Solar Bears and earning the IHL championship in their first season in Utah.

Dan Roberts serves as the official Vivint Smart Home Arena public address voice for the Jazz. He has been the Jazz's home game announcer since before the arena was built.[16]

Upgrades & Renovations[edit]

In 2002, the arena upgraded its super system with ribbon display technology and auxiliary scoreboards from Brookings, South Dakota-based Daktronics.

During the summer of 2010, the Arena was remodeled, which included the installation of Bear's Backyard, a playground for kids, a new dining area for adults and over 500 television screens. On June 17, 2013 the Utah Jazz announced that the arena would receive a new scoreboard and ribbon display technology, including display screens in each corner of the arena. The new scoreboard and display systems were installed during the 2013 NBA off-season.

On September 21, 2016, the Utah Jazz announced plans to renovate and upgrade Vivint Smart Home Arena. The majority of the construction related to the building's renovation, which is estimated to cost US$125 million, will begin at the conclusion of the 2016–17 Utah Jazz basketball season, with anticipated completion of the renovation by fall 2017.[17]

Renaming[edit]

During the Salt Lake City Olympics, due to IOC policies about having corporate sponsorship for venues, the arena was referred to as the Salt Lake Ice Center during events.

EnergySolutions Arena logo, 2006–2015

After Delta Air Lines declined to renew their 15-year naming rights contract, which expired on September 30, 2006, the stadium's owner, Larry H. Miller, opted to sell naming rights to EnergySolutions, a low-level nuclear waste disposal company headquartered in Salt Lake City.[18][19] The new name was unveiled November 20, prior to the Jazz home game against the Toronto Raptors. Two stickers were placed on the court, covering up the arena's old name with the new one.[20] The temporary logos were replaced with official logos on the court sometime in December. EnergySolutions naming rights were set to expire in 2016.[21]

Initial fan reactions to the new name were predominantly negative. Early nicknames for the arena included "the Dump", a jab at EnergySolutions' radioactive and hazardous waste disposal operations.[22] Other suggestions included the Glow Dome, Radium Stadium, Isotope, Chernobowl, Jazzmat, Big Bang, Tox Box, Power House, Hot Spot, Plutonium Palace, Fallout Shelter, Melta Center, and Energy Pollutions Arena.[23]

On October 26, 2015, the naming rights were acquired by the locally based home security and automation provider Vivint in a 10-year contract.[8][24]

John Stockton and Karl Malone statues[edit]

The exterior of the arena (then known as EnergySolutions Arena) in 2009.

Outside the arena are statues of two players widely regarded as the greatest in the history of the Jazz, as well as among the greatest players in NBA history. The John Stockton statue was unveiled on March 30, 2005. The Karl Malone statue was unveiled on March 23, 2006. The Jazz played games on each of those nights but lost both games.

Larry H. Miller Court[edit]

On April 15, 2010, over a year after the death of Jazz owner Larry H. Miller, the Jazz basketball court was named in his honor.[25] With the announcement of the arena's new name on October 26, 2015, the new official name of the court is Larry H. Miller Court at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

Notable events[edit]

Other sports[edit]

The facility played host to the 1999 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. The arena was also home to the figure skating and short track speed skating competitions of the 2002 Winter Olympics.[26]

In the final of the Men's 1000 metres Short track speed skating event at the 2002 Winter Olympics, veteran Australian Steven Bradbury became the most unlikely winner in Winter Olympic history when he won the race after Apolo Anton Ohno (USA), Mathieu Turcotte (Canada), Ahn Hyun-Soo (South Korea), and Li Jiajun (China) all fell on the final turn and left Bradbury, who was running last and about 15 metres (49 ft) behind the pack, to come through and claim Australia's first ever Winter Olympics Gold Medal.

Vivint Smart Home Arena was the site of the West regional semifinals ("Sweet Sixteen") and championship ("Elite Eight") in the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. The venue also hosted first and second-round games in the 2013 and 2017 editions of the tournament, and it will do so again in 2019.

In film[edit]

The movie Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde was partially filmed in the arena.

Tornado[edit]

The arena's roof was damaged by severe winds associated with the Salt Lake City Tornado of August 11, 1999, costing $3,757,000 (equivalent to $5,519,173 in 2017) to repair.[27]

Awards and recognitions[edit]

Vivint Smart Home Arena is well known for being one of the hardest places to play for visiting teams in the NBA. According to an NBA Players Poll taken by Sports Illustrated on February 11, 2008, the Vivint Arena is considered "the most intimidating arena in the NBA" with 20% of the vote made up of 240 current NBA players.[28] Many commentators referred to the arena as the "Decibel Center", a play on the name "Delta Center". During Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, a decibel meter installed at floor level had readings of over 110 decibels, close to the noise generated by a jet takeoff. Also, during the 1997 NBA Finals, NBC's Hannah Storm called the then-named Delta Center "one of the loudest places in sports".[29]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.sltrib.com/sports/jazz/2017/09/26/utah-jazz-officially-christen-renovated-vivint-smart-home-arena/
  2. ^ Delta Center
  3. ^ a b Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Project. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–". Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved January 2, 2018. 
  4. ^ "Energy Solutions Arena (formerly the Delta Center)". ffkr.com. FFKR Architecture. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Wayne Clark Peterson, P.E" (PDF). utahshrae.org. ASHRAE, Utah Chapter. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  6. ^ "EnergySolutions Arena". nba.com. Utah Jazz. November 20, 2006. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  7. ^ Anderton, Dave; Osterloh, Shelly (November 20, 2006). "Delta Center Renamed EnergySolutions Arena". ksl.com. Salt Lake City: Deseret Digital Media. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  8. ^ a b Lea, Bill (October 26, 2015). "LHM Sports & Entertainment Introduces Vivint Smart Home Arena for the Utah Jazz". UtahJazz.com. Utah Jazz. Retrieved March 30, 2016. 
  9. ^ Hemphill, Lex (September 29, 1991). "Will Delta Center Pack in the Fans? Ticket Sales Say Yes". The Salt Lake Tribune. Salt Lake City. p. A6. 
  10. ^ Sandomir, Richard (October 21, 1991). "Truss Erection System Scores at Utah Arena". Engineering News-Record vol. 226. p. 16. 
  11. ^ Kragthorpe, Kurt (October 17, 1991). "Eagles Disappoint". The Salt Lake Tribune. Salt Lake City. p. C1. 
  12. ^ Rosetta, Dick (October 17, 1991). "Golden Eagles Jazz up Delta Center". The Salt Lake Tribune. Salt Lake City. p. C1. 
  13. ^ Luhm, Steve (October 24, 1991). "Knicks Win to Spoil Jazz Debut". Salt Lake Tribunelocation=Salt Lake City. p. D1. 
  14. ^ Butters, Lori (October 24, 1991). "Elfman Makes Delta Center Roll in Rock-Concert Debut". The Salt Lake Tribune. Salt Lake City. p. D1. 
  15. ^ Turner, Tim (June 9, 1996). "Orlando Ousted in OT". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  16. ^ Fricks, Patti T. (May 11, 1991). "Palace Earsplitting But Not Deafening". The Salt Lake Tribune. p. A1. 
  17. ^ "$125 Million Arena Transformation to Begin". Utah Jazz. September 21, 2016. Retrieved September 21, 2016. 
  18. ^ "Delta Center's Out, EnergySolutions Arena Is In". The Salt Lake Tribune. November 20, 2006. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  19. ^ Cortez, Marjorie (November 21, 2006). "Marjorie Cortez: EnergySolutions Arena? It's a mouthful". Deseret News. Salt Lake City. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  20. ^ Koreen, Mike (November 21, 2006). "Utah Understands Hoffa". The Toronto Sun. (Subscription required (help)). 
  21. ^ "Sports Facilities Reports" (PDF). leg.wa.gov. Washington State Legislature. p. 20. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  22. ^ Gorrell, Mike (November 21, 2006). "Arena's new name a winner, Miller says". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  23. ^ Sandomir, Richard (November 29, 2006). "In Utah, the Half-Life of Arena Naming Rights". The New York Times. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  24. ^ "LHM Sports & Entertainment Introduces Vivint Smart Home Arena for the Utah Jazz: Vivint signs multi-year naming rights agreement for downtown facility". businesswire.com. San Francisco: Berkshire Hathaway. October 26, 2015. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  25. ^ "Jazz honor late owner Miller, rename home floor". NBA.com. National Basketball Association. Associated Press. April 15, 2010. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  26. ^ Official Report of the XIX Olympic Winter Games (PDF) (Report). 1. Salt Lake Olympic Committee. pp. 93–4. ISBN 0-9717961-0-6. Retrieved March 19, 2016. 
  27. ^ Woolf, Jim (August 10, 2000). "A Real Twister: 1 Year Later: A Whirlwind of Memories; Salt Lake City Recalls Devastating Tornado that Changed Lives Forever". The Salt Lake Tribune. Salt Lake City. 
  28. ^ "Si Players Nba Poll". Sports Illustrated. February 11, 2008. Archived from the original on March 26, 2013. Retrieved March 19, 2016 – via web.archive.org. 
  29. ^ NBA on NBC Intro - 1997... on YouTube[dead link]

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Succeeded by
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