Travel bans hurt meetings & progress

July 2nd, 2018 @

In a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court last week upheld President Trump’s travel ban on travelers from several Muslim-majority nations as constitutional. As such, it’s an important time to explore a prior travel ban for travelers to the U.S. and how it impacted significant meetings and, arguably, may have hindered important dialogue in the field of HIV/AIDS research. The following originally appeared in The Meeting Professional, March 2017.

People coming together

Lest you think travel bans upending U.S.-based conferences is a new thing, please take a trip with us back to the waning years of President Ronald Reagan’s administration.

In 1987, HIV was added to the list of “dangerous and contagious diseases,” for which, if a person is infected they would be denied entrance into the U.S. In 1990, Congress granted Secretary of Health and Human Services Louis W. Sullivan authority to revise this list of diseases. Sullivan’s new list intentionally excluded HIV, a move in agreement with many in the medical and scientific community. The slow-moving debate on this proposed change began.

In June of 1991, without a revised list approved, officials from the Harvard AIDS Institute notified President George H. W. Bush’s administration that should HIV remain on the list, the planned Eighth International AIDS Conference, scheduled for Boston the following year, would likely be cancelled. Two months later, in August 1991, Harvard announced that due to the uncertainty of the U.S. policy toward HIV-positive people (the revised disease list remained in debate), the Boston conference would not take place. On Sept. 11, 1991, the conference was officially moved to Amsterdam.

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The ban on most HIV-infected persons entering the U.S. was reinforced in 1993 when President Bill Clinton approved the disease’s inclusion on the revised list of “dangerous and contagious diseases.” This travel ban continued for 17 years and, as a result, no major HIV/AIDS conferences were held in the U.S.

In January 2010, President Barack Obama officially ended the U.S. immigration ban on persons with HIV and it was announced that Washington, D.C., would host the 2012 International AIDS Conference.

And that’s how a travel ban effectively killed all major HIV/AIDS conferences in the U.S. for more than two decades, despite repeated appeals from professionals actually educated in the field.

In light of the latest U.S. immigration ban, writers Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus explained on STATnews.com that the HIV/AIDS ban “was a principled stand, but it would be difficult to argue that the [conference’s] move had any real effect on the ban… Its real effect was pragmatic: to make sure that more people could attend the meeting.”

“That points to a broader concern: If conferences don’t move, they’ll likely suffer—not because of the protest, but because of the travel ban itself.”

If you’ve got a story about how the travel ban has affected your business (positive or negative), please contact us.

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Meet the New PYM Professional Development Guide!

May 31st, 2018 @

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Plan Your Meetings Professional Development Guide!

PYM Professional Development Guide Spring 2018Exploring the meeting and event industry publications landscape, we recognized the need for something more like a career resource than a newsy magazine. While the better industry publications absolutely provide valuable content that can be useful in your business life, any attempt at a one-stop-shop for professional development information appeared to be elusive at best.

With the digital-only Plan Your Meetings Professional Development Guide, we’ve compiled extensive resources for growth in your career, with an emphasis on free or low-cost opportunities.

  • Scholarships for planners as well as students in the industry to attend conferences in multiple countries, attain professional designations (such as the CMP and CMM), help defray the costs associated with college programs and more. You’ll also find a testimonial from a peer who attended MPI’s World Education Congress thanks to a scholarship.
  • Free and affordable online professional development courses are out there, if you know where to look. Not only can you find info about free Plan Your Meetings webinars here, but the MPI Academy has generously allowed us to build into this edition its “Art of the Deal: Strategic Hotel & Contract Negotiations” webinar—for free!
  • Most meeting and event industry print publications can be had for no cost—you just need to know how to get them. Here, you’ll learn for which publications you can receive a complimentary subscription—and, for those not available freely in print, where you can find much of that material at no cost. With the magazines, blogs and podcasts, you’ll have plenty of free fodder to help you grow.
  • Professional industry events are an integral part of the planner career experience—and that’s where the hosted-buyer format can ease your financial burden. Check out 12 conferences for the duration of 2018 for which you can apply to be a hosted buyer and receive complimentary registration and, in many cases, accommodations and airfare. Beyond that, PYM LIVE is a series of half-day events throughout North America taking place all year long—and those, too, are free to planners!

This is how the Plan Your Meetings Professional Development Guide story begins; your insight is necessary for the betterment of future adult learners. So, what other information would you look to see presented here? Let me know!

P.S. Don’t miss free education opportunities at PYM LIVE events throughout North America—see future dates and register.

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Education and advocacy for GMID 2018

April 11th, 2018 @

Thursday, April 12, 2018, is Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID), a dedicated date to focus on and promote the meeting and event industry and enhance your planning skills through free or low-cost professional education (it’s time to get more strategic in your planning). The tagline for the 2018 GMID “Real results, real impact, all around the world.”

MPI has a day-long free live steam planned for 12 hours (7 a.m.-7 p.m., ET), which will explore the GMID festivities from Asia to Europe to North America. This will include educational discussions with experts as well as partners from IAEE, IACC, PSAV and more. Some of the topics scheduled:

  • “How to Prepare for the Next Attack on Meetings”
  • “One Principle That Will Make or Break Your Negotiations”
  • “How to Grow Your Attendance”
  • “Inside the Industry: What’s Really Going on Out There”
  • “Women in the Industry: Challenges and Resources”
  • “Budget Tips for Meeting Organizers”

Check out the full line up of sessions planned for the MPI stream.

If you want education in person, there are countless events, organized by numerous industry associations and destinations. Many of these groups are working together for true community gatherings.

For example, the GMID Spring Training! event in Atlanta (3:30 p.m.) is a collaboration between PCMA Southeast, IAEE Southeast, GSAE, SITE Southeast, the MPI Georgia Chapter and SPIN Atlanta.

Over in Chicago, the MPI-CAC Industry Xchange is organized by the MPI Chicago Area Chapter in partnership with a slew of other professional groups. There, participants will enjoy sessions with notable industry names such as Joan Eisenstodt, Tony Lorenz and Christy Lamagna.

There are so many events you can join this GMID. Meetings Mean Business has a comprehensive list of more than 140 GMID events taking place April 12, most of which are in North America.

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Free industry magazines, blogs and podcasts (UPDATED)

January 22nd, 2018 @

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The amount of informative, free online content for meeting and event professionals gets more extensive each day. To find real value in it, you’ve got to be able to find this material (needle) in the piles of “content” (haystack). Following are recognized media sources in the industry, so you don’t get stuck in the mire of worthless “content”—and there’s even more available if you venture onto the offerings shared via social media. 

Plan Your Meetings

In addition to the twice-yearly Plan Your Meetings Professional Development Guide, don’t forget our regularly updated blog, which is completely free and offers hundreds of original posts across all aspects of the meeting and event planning profession. Recent posts include “Contract Trends: What’s Old May be New Again,” “5 Ways to Improve Engagement in Meetings” and “Event Marketing Strategies for Tough Economic Times.”

RELATED STORY: Gain free inspiration and education at PYM LIVE Events

Of specific evergreen note: “The 33 Skills Meeting and Event Planners Need to Succeed” provides a rundown of the Meeting and Business Event Competency Standards (MBECS) categories and then links off from each listing to an original PYM post with relevant education.

MPI Blog and The Meeting Professional

MPI’s blog is more vibrant and accessible than ever, offering news updates as well as destination coverage and best practices for industry professionals. There, you’ll find original content by industry veterans, journalists and subject matter experts (including PYM’s former Chief Storyteller Kristi Casey Sanders). Recent posts on the MPI blog include “The Business Value of Meetings is Greater for Women and All of Us with More Diverse,
Accessible Events
,” “How Planners and Vendors are Collaborating to Accommodate F&B Restrictions” and “Popular Meeting Destinations Rebound After a Difficult Year.”

The Meeting Professional, MPI’s award-winning monthly magazine, is available online in a custom flipbook format (just like the publication you’re reading right now) for members of the association at every level. However, much of each issue is published on a rolling basis on the blog, where it is available free of charge.             

RELATED STORY: Meeting planner scholarships (UPDATED)

12 More Free Mags

All of the following magazines offer free access/subscriptions (print and/or digital) to industry professionals. Some require that you fill out a web form to be “approved” for a free subscription, but their goal is to find and keep new readers, so the process is usually as easy as possible for planners. Many of these websites also offer free live and on-demand webinars and e-newsletters.

Conference & Meetings World

Connect

Convene

EXHIBITOR

Ignite 

M&C

Meetings + Incentive Travel

MeetingsNet

Meetings Today

Prevue

Smart Meetings

Successful Meetings 

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15 ADDITIONAL ONLINE RESOURCES

BizBash

Cvent Blog

Eventjuice

Event Manager Blog

Event Marketer

Event Planning Blueprint

Event Professionals

Executive Oasis

GatherGeeks Podcast

Midcourse Corrections Blog 

Skift 

Social Tables 

Special Events 

Trade Show News Network 

Unique Venues

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New travel advisory system launched for U.S. travelers

January 10th, 2018 @

U.S. travelers have become accustomed to hearing scary travel advisories for other countries when those locales have experienced natural disasters, terrorist attacks, potential government disruption, increases in crime and/or disease, etc. Sometimes these warnings are warranted, sometimes, many argue, they’re exaggerated.

US State DepartmentAs of Jan. 10, the U.S. State Department has introduced a new system that assigns a travel advisory for every country—not just those deemed to be of special concern. Be aware, this new system replaces the department’s previous Travel Warnings/Alerts. This tiered program includes four advisory levels with Level 4 being “OMG! Don’t go there!” and will be updated regularly based on the changing situations worldwide.

From the State Department:

  • Level 1 – Exercise Normal Precautions: This is the lowest advisory level for safety and security risk. There is some risk in any international travel.
  • Level 2 – Exercise Increased Caution: Be aware of heightened risks to safety and security. The Department of State provides additional advice for travelers in these areas in the Travel Advisory.
  • Level 3 – Reconsider Travel: Avoid travel due to serious risks to safety and security. The Department of State provides additional advice for travelers in these areas in the Travel Advisory.
  • Level 4 – Do Not Travel: This is the highest advisory level due to greater likelihood of life-threatening risks. During an emergency, the U.S. government may have very limited ability to provide assistance. The Department of State advises that U.S. citizens not travel to the country or leave as soon as it is safe to do so. The Department of State provides additional advice for travelers in these areas in the Travel Advisory.

Within the advisories, reasons for the categorization will be explained with lettered abbreviations as follows:

  • C – Crime:Widespread violent or organized crime is present in areas of the country. Local law enforcement may have limited ability to respond to serious crimes.
  • T – Terrorism: Terrorist attacks have occurred and/or specific threats against civilians, groups or other targets may exist.
  • U – Civil Unrest: Political, economic, religious, and/or ethnic instability exists and may cause violence, major disruptions and/or safety risks.
  • H – Health: Health risks, including current disease outbreaks or a crisis that disrupts a country’s medical infrastructure, are present. The issuance of a Centers for Disease Control Travel Notice may be a factor.
  • N – Natural Disaster: A natural disaster, or its aftermath, poses danger.
  • E – Time-limited Event: A short-term event, such as an election, sporting event or other incident that may pose a safety risk.
  • O – Other: There are potential risks not covered by previous risk indicators. Read the country’s Travel Advisory for details.

Visit the State Department online for complete details about the program as well as country-by-country recommendations. U.S. travelers can also choose to sign up for the

Smart Traveler Enrollment Program and/or follow the State Department on Twitter.

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Leading on-demand industry education (UPDATED)

January 3rd, 2018 @

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The resources for your career growth are “out there,” including an endless array of live and on-demand webinars. The amount of free and low-cost education content available to planners online is astounding.

The MPI Academy

MPI AcademyThe MPI Academy, launched in 2015, is a central depot for the well of education and learning experiences available from the world’s largest meeting and event industry association.

Webinars through the MPI Academy are $34.99 each but MPI members get free access to all of them, as well as additional on-demand content and more. You’ll likely find it makes more financial sense to become a member—Student Membership is $40 (only $5 more than a single webinar); an Essential Planner membership is $279. (There are other membership options that can make joining even more valuable for your specific professional needs—learn more.)

RELATED STORY: The latest, greatest PYM Professional Development Guide

Upcoming live webinars include:

  • Building Teams Around Value – Jan. 15
  • Designing Purposeful Experiences – Jan. 29
  • Stop Compromising and Make All the Money You Want! – Feb. 5
  • Maximize ROI of ANY Event (Capture It!) – Mar. 5
  • Inclusion: Beyond the Law for Meeting Professionals Focus on Gender, Allergies, Families, Ability and Class Before it is Legally Required – Mar. 19
  • Inclusive XP: Designing Incredibly Welcoming Experiences – Mar. 26
  • You’re Killing Your Business Because You’re Killing Yourself – 5 Steps to Turn it Around! – Apr. 2
  • Facing Trans: Education, Advocacy and Inclusion of Transgender Needs for Meeting Professionals – Apr. 16

Check out Page 28 of the Plan Your Meetings Professional Development Guide for a free embedded MPI webinar! In the exclusive webinar “Technology: Fad or the New Normal,” Head of Meeting Innovation Jessie States guides professional learners to discover the advantages and disadvantages of leasing and buying tech solutions, how to manage tech risks by exploring the best options and how to move forward with confidence when investing in technology.

RELATED STORY: Gain free inspiration and education at PYM LIVE Events

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Leading on-demand industry education

January 3rd, 2018 @

In your search for online professional development that provides continuing education credits and/or specialized certification, two excellent sources jump to mind. Give yourself a gift by investing in your own future.

The MPI Academy

MPI AcademyThe MPI Academy, launched in 2015, is a central depot for the well of education and learning experiences available from the world’s largest meeting and event industry association. And engaging with the MPI Academy is now even easier and more intuitive through the association’s new, more interactive website, which launched this summer.

Webinars through the MPI Academy are $34.99 each but MPI members get free access to all of them, as well as additional on-demand content and more. You’ll likely find it makes more financial sense to become a member—Student Membership is $40 (only $5 more than a single webinar); an Essential Planner membership is $279. There are other membership options that can make joining even more valuable for your specific professional needs.

Upcoming live webinars include:

  • What Makes a Meeting Experience Great?
  • Safety & Security: Are Your Attendees at Risk?
  • Art of the Deal: Strategic Hotel & Contract Negotiations

Check out Page 18 of the digital edition of the November 2017 issue of Plan Your Meetings for a free embedded MPI webinar! In “Money Maker: Monetize Your Mobile App,” John Gresham, senior account executive of GuidebookEDU, shares what to look for in a mobile app to help support sponsorship sales, how to think about pricing and ads, how to demonstrate the value of ads with app metrics and much more to help grow your knowledge of strategizing for and working with event apps.

Event Leadership Institute

Event Leadership InstituteFor $25 per month, Event Leadership Institute subscribers get access to a bevy of on-demand video courses covering a wide gamut of topic categories such as business and sales, planning and logistics, creativity and design, strategy and ROI, technical production and more. (An annual subscription is also available for $250—and the ELI has a money-back guarantee if you don’t feel the content is up to snuff.)

In addition to the on-demand content, the ELI also offers scheduled professional development courses and certificate programs online, featuring an instructor-led syllabus and assignments. Recent examples include the five-week-long Technical Meeting & Event Production Certificate and the eight-week-long Fundraising Event Management Certificate courses. Subscribers receive discounts for the professional development courses.

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Real options for professional growth

December 11th, 2017 @

The Oregon Trail Generation is an outstandingly apt title for those born between 1977 and 1981, so named as many members of this group played the epic educational game The Oregon Trail during elementary school computer classes. This generational segment possesses “both a healthy portion of Gen X grunge cynicism, and a dash of the unbridled optimism of Millennials,” according to Anna Garvey, the writer who coined the term.

Oregon TrailDuring a time in which we were sponges seeking any and all data, we crossed our fingers hoping our digital oxen didn’t drown as we tried to ford the river. (And like many people my age, I, too, experienced countless virtual deaths by digital dysentery.) Along with a keyboard typing course, this was standard computer-based education for my generation until the final years of high school when CD-ROM encyclopedias and, for the lucky ones, 2400 baud modems became more widespread. Then everything changed. The free expanse of the World Wide Web’s growing well of data led to, a few years later, overload via the information super-highway, and we struggled to manage the flood of input.

By most accounts, that overload got worse in the decades that followed—we went from struggling with AOL access number busy signals to having perfect connectivity, always on and embracing a new ridiculous meme each day. In the process, thanks to the hard work of information curators flexing human logic and fancy algorithms, that endless well of data was organized so now computers can deliver real education in ways of which we could have only dreamed while hunting pixelated bison in the 1980s.

In reading the latest issue of Plan Your Meetings (maybe even the analogue print edition) in search of education opportunities you will often be directed elsewhere online—and there you’ll proceed seamlessly and actually learn. Not only will you find leads for scholarships, free and affordable resources and ways to attend professional conferences at no cost, but we’ve even included a full webinar from the MPI Academy (head to Page 18 of this magazine’s digital edition).

How much all of this can help your career is solely up to you. In the right hands, I see this information changing lives. (How’s that for “a dash of unbridled optimism?”)

P.S. Don’t miss free education opportunities at PYM LIVE events throughout North America—see future dates and register.

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Meeting planner scholarships (WINTER 2019/2020)

November 15th, 2017 @

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The cost of education—from college all the way to professional development throughout one’s career—is significant. Knowing this, groups throughout the meeting and event industry have banded together for years to help ensure a sustainable pipeline of skilled professionals. As a result, there is now an incredible supply of scholarships to be had, thanks to generous donations from your planner peers, industry suppliers and professional associations.

The following rundown of scholarships available to students and professionals in the meeting and event industry isn’t all-encompassing, but it will help you plan the next steps in your career growth in a way that utilized existing resources and tools without draining your savings.

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MPI Foundation scholarships

Last year, the MPI Foundation disbursed hundreds of scholarships and grants totaling more than $250,000. The ways in which these funds can aid your professional career are as wide and varied as the organizations and individuals who sponsor the programs. Following are some examples of available scholarships from the MPI Foundation.

  • The Membership Scholarship covers the cost of a new Preferred MPI membership (up to a $489 value).
  • The Professional Development Scholarship, only available to MPI members, covers, partially or fully, the cost of any MPI Academy courses, including the Certificate in Meeting Management (CMM), the Healthcare Meeting Compliance Certificate (HMCC), MPI’s Experiential Event Series programs, Basics Bootcamp and much more.
  • Conference Scholarships, only available to MPI members, cover costs to attend events such as the World Education Congress (WEC), IMEX America and IMEX in Frankfurt.
  • The Academic Scholarship is specific to students attending the Rosen College at the University of Central Florida and universities in Toronto. Universal Orlando Meetings & Events also funds two scholarships each year for students attending San Diego State University’s Master’s in Hospitality and Tourism Management program.

RELATED STORY: Gain free inspiration and education at Plan Your Meetings live events

Professional Convention Management Association

The PCMA Education Foundation funds more than 150 scholarships each year to help students, faculty and experienced professionals in the industry. Following are some examples of scholarship opportunities that have been offered from the PCMA Education Foundation (check online for application deadlines).

  • The Convening Leaders Global Scholarship is awarded to 10 industry professionals who are based and plan events outside of North America. This scholarship includes complimentary registration, accommodations and airfare to attend PCMA’s Convening Leaders event.
  • The Roy B. Evans Student Scholarship provides $7,500 in tuition assistance to up to two PCMA student members.
  • The Deborah Sexton Education Scholarship is available to four individuals with at least three years of experience in the event industry. Recipients get continuing education and travel funds of $7,500, a free ride at the Convening Leaders conference, three years of PCMA membership, one-on-one coaching with Sexton and more.
  • The Foundation Scholars Program offers a tuition award of $3,500, registration, airfare and accommodations to attend the PCMA Convening Leaders event and more for up to five undergraduate students.

The Network of Executive Women in Hospitality

The Network of Executive Women in Hospitality (NEWH) has given more than $6 million in scholarships to more than 2,350 students over the past 35 years. These funds are reserved for students seeking a career in the hospitality industry. Following are some examples of scholarships from NEWH. Applications for these scholarships are typically due by late summer or fall.

  • The NEWH Leadership $10,000 scholarship is open to hospitality management students every other year. Applications for this sizable award open in spring 2020.
  • The NEWH Icon of Industry $7,500 Scholarship is awarded to one design student at the Boutique Design Gold Key Awards Gala.
  • The NEWH BrandED $7,500 scholarship is open to hospitality management students and awarded in winter and late summer.
  • Scholarships named for Ken Schindler and Clifford R. Tuttle each provide $5,000 to one student in hospitality interior design and includes a paid trip to attend HD’s Platinum Circle Awards event.

RELATED STORY: The top 5 reasons to invest in your professional continuing education

The International Association of Exhibitions and Events

The International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) grants several scholarships and financial awards each year while remembering important leaders who left a mark on the industry.

  • Helen Brett Scholarships are given to students pursuing careers in exhibition management. In 2019, the scholarship was given to eight recipients with each receiving $5,000 in tuition assistance. Applications are due June 1—so you’ve got time to get situated for the 2020 deadline.
  • Available for a variety of purposes such as attending professional events worldwide and pursuing the CEM designation, the Bob Dallmeyer Education Fund has no specific financial limit. There are two annual deadlines for the grants, April 1 and September 1.

Other industry scholarships

The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) David Riddell Memorial Scholarship funds the costs to attend the organization’s education programs, including the Global Conference (up to $3,000), for numerous future leaders each year. The process includes submitting an essay. Two individuals received this scholarship last year.

The Timothy S. Y. Lam Foundation was established in 2012 to honor its namesake and aid those in the hospitality industry. The foundation awards $2,000 tuition-based scholarships for students as well as exam-related scholarships to help professionals attain certifications (CMP, CPCE, CSEP). The foundation also provides travel (up to $2,000) and research grants (up to $10,000).

The Patti J. Shock Scholarship, offered through a partnership between The International School of Hospitality and The Foundation of NACE (National Association for Catering and Events), grants catering as well as meeting professionals the cost of tuition and fees for the Meeting and Event Catering Certificate Program ($1,800). Applications are now open

There are numerous scholarships specifically available to industry professionals pursuing the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) designation.

RELATED STORY: Degree vs. certification: What’s best?

Updated 12/19

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Events to attend as a hosted buyer (in the next 6 months)

November 7th, 2017 @

If you’re growing your professional education while on a budget, hosted-buyer programs may be just the kind of initiative you need.

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Hosted buyer program at WEC

Speak with colleagues and search the web to learn first-hand about the particulars of each event’s hosted-buyer program as they do differ and some can feel onerous—but in general they offer excellent opportunities for you to attend the industry’s leading events at little or no cost. The following events have hosted-buyer programs worth checking out (and even if you’re not hosted, the education and networking is the best in the business and certainly worth attending).

IAEE Expo! Expo!

Nov. 28-30 – San Antonio, Texas

ibtm World

Nov. 28-30 – Barcelona, Spain

SITE + MPI Global Forum

Jan. 12-14 – Rome

PCMA Convening Leaders

Jan. 7-10 – Nashville

IMEX

May 15-17 – Frankfurt

World Education Congress – #Indy18

June 2-5 – Indianapolis

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