2023 is set to be a big year for USA travel and the States are determined to deliver with new activities, accommodation, and opportunities to explore across Travel & Tourism Marketing’s portfolio of cities, states and attractions. Please find a rundown of what’s coming up. We would be delighted to send more information , meet up for a chat , or get you on a plane! Just let us know what floats your boats, tickles your taste buds or captures your curiosity.
A 20x40ft sculpture dedicated to the late Martin Luther King Jr will be unveiled on Boston Common in January 2023. The Embrace is set to be as symbolic of Boston as the Bean is of Chicago. Dr King met his wife and co campaigner Coretta Scott King whilst they were both studying in Boston. The city became a second home to Dr King who, during a rally in 1965 challenged Boston to ‘live by its highest ideals’. Designed by artist Hank Willis Thomas, the sculpture has taken 100 workers to create the final construction. Inspired by a photographic image of the couple just after Dr King had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in the same year as his rally in Boston, the sculpture is meant to celebrate the work of both partners. Imari Paris Jeffries, Executive Director of King Boston the foundation that commissioned the piece said the sculpture “Feels like love, but it is like (Coretta King) is literally carrying the weight of the civil rights movement, carrying the weight of Dr King on her shoulders”.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. The historic political protest took place on the 16th December 1773. 342 chests of tea belonging to the British East India Company were thrown overboard in Boston Harbor by American Patriots disguised as Mohawk in protest against British taxation ‘without representation’ and the monopoly of the East India Company.
The Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences will be the first Raffles property in the United States. Scheduled to open in May 2023 it is located in the Back Bay area within a stone’s throw of the fabulous shopping on Newbury Street as well as within easy reach of Boston’s beloved Fenway Park with its brand new MGM Music Hall. The property will boast 147 guestrooms and 146 branded residences in a glittering 35 story tower. Hotel highlights include a mix of signature hotel services such as the raffles Butler, and elegant and lively public spaces including a two-storey Sky Lobby perched high above Copley Square, five distinct food and beverage venues, a state of the art Raffles Spa with a 20 metre indoor pool, a stunning rooftop garden terrace and expansive meeting and function space.
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Hotel Marcel is a newly opened 165-room boutique hotel, including restaurant, gallery and meeting space, 100% sustainable and the first of its kind in the U.S. Certified historic rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of mid-century modern Brutalist structure originally designed by Marcel Breuer in 1967. Unlike most adaptations of Brutalist concrete buildings, the new version of this historic building will produce net-zero emissions, providing all of its own electricity, heat, and hot water.
Camp Club Getaway is a premier adventure resort located on a 300-acre, lake-side property in the Berkshire Mountains in Kent Connecticut. Dedicated to creating unforgettable experiences of comfort and relaxation, and exhilaration and adventure. All-inclusive weekday family camps and adult weekend camps include cabin accommodation, meals, beverages, nightly entertainment, and outdoor activities. The adult only weekend camps are the focus of the recent Bravo TV reality show, Camp Getaway.
The Abbe Museum will bring back the Abbe Museum Indian Market in May 2023. The annual, weekend-long celebration of Indigenous art and artists takes place on the Bar Harbor Village Green. Nearly 100 artists from over 40 communities attend, representing a variety of mediums, including basketry, fashion, music, and painting.
Creative Portland has launched a new cultural app to increase access to the arts through a user-friendly mobile application. Free to download, the app promotes the cultural life of Portland and some artistic highlights throughout the state. The app will also give users access to Augmented Reality (AR) experiences through their phones.
Maine Preservation has created historic driving tours to showcase some of the state’s best examples of mid-18th- and early-19th-century architecture. There are 26 tours organized by region and range from 30 minutes to four hours. Travelers will experience some of Maine’s most beautiful and historic downtowns, many of which are nationally accredited Main Street communities and are vibrant places to find local food, shops and cultural happenings.
The Wanderer, is a newly restored and reimagined 17-cottage compound, opened in Kennebunk. They’ve taken the old concept of coastal cottages and updated them for a visitor who wants more style and comfort. Featuring a lounge pool, complimentary breakfast “treat bags” and classic cruiser bikes for guests to use, it’s also located near some of Maine’s best beaches. The property is owned by Atlantic Hospitality, which also transformed The Claremont in Southwest Harbor and Salt Cottages in Bar Harbor.
The Federal Hotel has opened in Brunswick in the former Capt. Daniel Stone Inn, a 19th Century historic home and historic inn turned boutique hotel and restaurant.
The Colony Cottages in Hulls Cove has gone through a high-end renovation and rebranded to Salt Cottages. The property has 30 stand-alone cottages and 10 motel rooms on 15 acres, and 210 feet of beach across the street overlooking the waters of Bar Harbor. The resort is situated near the entrance to Acadia National Park’s Hulls Cove visitor center.
The Lincoln is a mixed-use redevelopment of the former Lincoln Mill in Biddeford. The Lincoln is now home to a new 33-room boutique hotel, a restaurant, conference and events center, as well as a rooftop pool and bar. The Lincoln brilliantly combines the charm of the historic mill era with all modern conveniences.
Fortland is a new island glamping experience off the coast of Portland. Located within the Civil War Fort Scammel on House Island in Casco Bay, there are three yurts and four canvas-walled tents available, outfitted with cozy beds, cooking supplies and elegant furniture.
Expedition Blue Waypoints is a new interactive trail stretching across the Cape Cod region (including Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. This blend of interactive and interpretive structures with mobile-ready web experiences is designed for all ages, but with particular emphasis on educating young people about the special relationship Cape Cod has with its waters. The trail focuses on how the water sustains the region, how its residents care for it and how should all engage with it for the future.
The trail explores the working waterfronts, aquaculture and commercial fishing, marine technology and science, transportation on the water and recreation for all. Waypoints bring awareness to Water as our Way of Life. Inspired by the lifesaving shacks that once dotted the cape coastline providing refuge for shipwrecked sailors, the Waypoints are a series of modular cubes, panels and posts that allow contemplation, education, and investigation into the regions past, present and future.
Gloucester 400 is a year-long celebration of city-wide educational programmes, activities, and events commemorating Gloucester’s founding in 1623. Made internationally famous by Sebastian Junger’s book The Perfect Storm, this hardy fishing town north of Boston on beautiful Cape Anne is also famed for its artist colony, with painters from across the USA drawn to the region by its particular sunlight. Throughout the year 2023, activities, and events will highlight Gloucester’s rich history, culture and heritage which will showcase Gloucester’s diverse community, its extraordinary contributions to art and culture, remarkable industrial achievements, and wealth of natural resources that surround the City of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
2023 will see major anniversaries in New Hampshire. Although New Hampshire has just twelve miles of coastline it certainly makes the most of it and the beautifully cared for small city of Portsmouth is so elegantly preserved it even incorporates its own living history museum right in the town centre; Strawberry Banke Musuem. Settled in 1623, the city of Portsmouth is celebrating its 400th birthday in 2023. The city will celebrate the milestone by honoring its diverse and dynamic history from the time of the early Native American settlements to the present. Events, exhibits, and legacy projects have been planned throughout the year to include a tall ships festival, native American story telling events, special exhibitions an Italian district food festival and even an outdoor dinner for 700 local residents along one of the cities beautifully cobbled main streets. The nearby city of Dover also celebrates its 400th birthday in 2023. The community will kick off the year-long celebration of this major milestone with its First of the 400th Gala Event on December 31, 2022. Events planned throughout the year include historical reenactments, fireworks, parades, festivals and much more.
The countdown is on for the 2023 Motorcycle Week in Laconia, as the rally officially celebrates 100 years. This rally is the world’s oldest motorcycle rally attracting thousands of riders from all over the world to New Hampshire every June. Many bikers known as ‘weekend warriors’ are more generally to be found in their New York law offices or Boston operating theatres, but Laconia welcomes all comers to this friendly gathering of bike experts, enthusiasts and total amateurs. All the family as well as interested visitors from overseas are hugely encouraged to join the crowds, shop, watch the rallies , learn, eat and enjoy together.
In recognition of the huge HBO hit; The Gilded Age which will release Season 2 in the UK in 2023; the Preservation Society of Newport County has introduced new tours of the incredible ‘Summer Cottages’ of the great family dynasties who once ran New York society. Much of the show was filmed and set within Newport’s breathtaking preserved mansions and ‘Inside The Gilded Age Tour’ gives visitors an opportunity to explore the show’s settings in person. The stunning locations of properties such as The Breakers, Marble House and Rosecliff are laid out along the Cliff Walk, with idyllic outlooks over the ocean. Check the website for individual 2023 openings. www.newportmansions.org
The White Horse Tavern in Newport RI purports to be the oldest tavern in the United States. In 2023 it will celebrate 350 years. Chef Kevin DeMarco understands the importance of local produce and infusing flavours with freshness. Immerse yourself in American history at this National Historic Landmark, welcoming guests since 1673.
Newport Aquarium – Save The Bay made headlines with the news that the organization had entered into agreements with the city of Newport and the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority to move its Exploration Center and Aquarium to the first floor of the Gateway Transportation and Visitors Center on America’s Cup Avenue. The new location will increase the square footage of the aquarium five-fold and, with 6,500 square feet to work with, Save The Bay plans to enhance and enrich its educational programmes while bringing a brand-new family-friendly experience to downtown Newport. The new facility is on track to open in Summer 2023.
2023 is set to be the year of the mindful traveller, with choices on sustainable travel front of mind as we approach the carbon reduction targets of 2030. Vermont has always been a trail blazer in green choices and its now more accessible than ever for sustainable tourism with the extension of the breathtakingly scenic Ethan Allen Express from New York City. Hugging the banks of the Hudson, the line snakes up toward the foothills of the Catskills, before turning east into Vermont. The line then meanders north, up through the Green Mountains, beyond its former termination in Manchester VT (Home of the Orvis Fishing and Outdoors company). The Ethan Allen now reaches all the way up to Vermont’s largest city of Burlington, with its spectacular lakeside situation, buzzing student population and many sustainability focused shops and restaurants.
From Burlington, travellers can jump on a bike to explore further into the Lake Champlain region along some of the finest cycling in North America. A 1,600+ mile network of bicycle routes, known as Lake Champlain Bikeways, in the Lake Champlain Valley of Vermont, New York, and Québec. The network includes a total of 35 loops and tours ranging from 10 to 60 miles in length, in addition to the Champlain Bikeway, a 363-mile principal route around the entire Lake and along the Richelieu River to Chambly, Québec. Based on a rich array of natural, cultural, and historic themes, these loops meander along quiet back roads through extraordinary mountain and countryside scenery.
International angling charter specialists Fishing Booker has recently listed Iberia Parish Louisiana, as one of the Top 10 fishing destinations in the United States. Follow the above link to local fishing expert & outdoors writer Don Shoopman’s response on visitors most frequently asked questions and tips on planning the perfect trip to the region to catch the big one. Iberia Travel offers a terrific range outdoors options for a vacation in Iberia Parish. This nature’s paradise is located along the Bayou Teche, a 135-mile long waterway and national paddle trail that meanders through New Iberia, Jeanerette and Loreauville.
For over 150 years, Avery Island, located just a few miles inland from Louisiana’s Gulf Coastline has been the home to culinary staple; TABASCO® and its infamous sauce. The island is also home to the McIlhenny family’s 160-acres wildlife sanctuary known as Jungle Gardens. New private, guided botanical and historical tours are now being offered with Garrie Landry, a botanist and former professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In addition to the garden tours, TABASCO® also offers factory tours as well as private birding tours. The organisation has also launched a new self-guided audio tour through the Travel Story app.
A new on-site visitor experience has been unveiled at Poverty Point UNESCO World Heritage Site in Pioneer, Louisiana (located one hour east of Monroe). A virtual reality mobile app now gives visitors the opportunity to see the site as it appeared 3,400 years ago. Louisiana State Parks partnered with TimeLooper, Inc., an interpretive experience technology firm, to create the mobile application Explore Louisiana State Parks. The mobile app provides an interactive on-site visitor experience at Poverty Point World Heritage Site through augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology.
“With this app, visitors can stand on Mound A, the tallest of the five mounds, and visualize how Poverty Point may have looked more than 3,400 years ago using a mobile device,” said Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser. “It’s incredible technology that brings the site to life allowing all visitors, including people with disabilities, to experience the site in an entirely new way.”
Elvis worshippers of the world unite! 2023 sees the 25th Anniversary of the Tupelo Elvis Festival.
June 7-11 brings a four day celebration from the birthplace of the King of Rock & Roll. The celebrations will include live concerts, an Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist competition, and conversations with those that knew Elvis best. Tupelo draws the crowds at any time of year with its Elvis Guitar Trail marked by hand painted 6ft instruments touring visitors around such highlights as Elvis’ birthplace, a humble single story wooden home with a series of 10 free exhibits within its grounds as well as various other opportunities to walk in his blue suede shoes.
The Mississippi Film Office, the second oldest in the United States will turn 50 in 2023. The film office has been instrumental in attracting Hollywood, and through its lens, the world, to Mississippi’s extraordinary past, glorious great outdoors, amazing culture and diversity. With iconic films such as Cohen Brothers’ O Brother, Where Art Thou (2000), Oscar draws like Walk the Line (2005) and The Help (2012) and the recently released The Inspection (2022) which has just earned Jeremy Pope a Best Actor nomination for the 2023 Golden Globes all attesting to the vibrancy of the state and ensuring location spotting is a must do for all international visitors to the region. Celebrations are planned throughout the year and a list of events will be released at the beginning of 2023.
2023 with see North Carolina celebrate the Year of the Trail’. From its section of the world’s longest hiking-only footpath to the 1,175-mile Mountains-to-Sea Trail, North Carolina comes by its “Great Trails State” handle honestly. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the N.C. Trails System Act, 2023 will mark the Year of the Trail with events in each of the state’s 100 counties, where travelers can find trails for hiking, biking, paddling, horseback riding and off-road vehicles. Need a starting point? Try Hot Springs, where you can cross Bridge Street and claim an Appalachian Trail credit (the aforementioned “world’s longest”). Or Elkin, where the Mountains-to-Sea Trail intersects with paddling, mountain biking and other recreation. Or coastal Pettigrew State Park, where you can paddle as well as view Native American canoes dating back thousands of years. Learn more about Year of the Trail at greattrailsnc.org.
As it celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2023, Carowinds theme park in Charlotte will open Aeronautica Landing, which draws inspiration from North Carolina’s First in Flight history and spirit of innovation. New rides arriving in the spring include the speedy Air Racer, the futuristic Hover & Dodge and the Air Walker, inspired by the Outer Banks setting where the Wright Brothers achieved powered flight in 1903. Since its opening on March 31, 1973, Carowinds has built a reputation for roller coasters, including the Fury 325, the world’s tallest and fastest giga coaster.
In a grand reunion of moonshine and motorsports, NASCAR marks its 75th anniversary with a return to North Wilkesboro Speedway for the 2023 All-Star Race. The May 19-21 event will be the first sanctioned race in 27 years in the historic “moonshine capital of the world” and the place where stock car racing began. Known for its uphill backstretch and downhill frontstretch, the short track hosted more than 90 NASCAR events won by such legendary drivers as Fireball Roberts, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon and Junior Johnson, a Wilkes County native whose white lightning runs prepared him for racing stardom. Between now and the All-Star Race, travelers can visit a pair of legal moonshine distilleries, Copper Barrel and Call Family Distillers, owned by the son of storied bootlegger Willie Clay Call.
Two stars of the dinosaur world will take center stage in Raleigh with the November 2023 opening of “Dueling Dinosaurs,” a permanent exhibit at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences. The most complete fossils of a Tyrannosaurus rex and a Triceratops ever unearthed will be displayed as they were found: locked together as if dueling at the time of their death. The museum is building a state-of-the-art research center, called SECU Dinolab, where the public can get a close-up view and meet scientists seeking to uncover secrets that were buried for 67 million years. The museum announced the acquisition of the T. rex and Triceratops in May 2020, 14 years after they were excavated at a Montana ranch.
The Carolina Aviation Museum will reopen in late 2023 on the Charlotte Douglas International Airport campus. The 10-acre tract includes the historic Southern Airways Hangar, where the “Miracle on the Hudson” plane and other exhibits have been stored since the museum vacated its temporary quarters in 2019. The Smithsonian affiliate museum boasts a collection of helicopters and commercial, military and civil aircraft, but its star is the Airbus A320 from US Airways Flight 1549. On Jan. 15, 2009, Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger miraculously landed the plane after its engines were destroyed in a run-in with Canada geese. In addition to new quarters, the museum will get a new name that honors Sully’s feat.
The Restoration Hotel. Set to open in early 2023, the six-story, 60-room hotel sits across the street from Pritchard Park, home to Asheville’s Friday night Drum Circle. The hotel will feature farm-to-table dining, rooftop and basement-level bars, and a coffee shop.
From Asheville Glamping comes a set of 18 “invisible” cabin suites featuring architectural mirrors that reflect the surrounding nature. In addition to hotel-style amenities, the property will outfit the outdoor space with a large deck, grill and pizza oven, fire pit, hot tub and other indulgences. The owners plan to extend the concept to other destinations. F
Zelda Dearest. Centering on the restoration of three historic homes, the hotel pays homage to Zelda Fitzgerald and husband F. Scott Fitzgerald. Zelda Dearest in Asheville, will include 20 rooms, outdoor spaces, and food and beverage service from notable local chef Jacob Sessoms. A summer 2023 opening is planned. F. Scott Fitzgerald spent two summers in Asheville while his wife was hospitalized in Highland Hospital, a sanitarium where she died in a 1948 fire.
The old Greene’s Motel, which dates to the 1950s, is being stylishly transformed into Rhode’s Motor Lodge. With an outdoorsy design and laid-back vibe, the 53-room property aims its appeal at family adventurers, outdoor enthusiasts and casual travelers. Plans include a restaurant, bar and outdoor gathering space for locals as well as travelers.
Cataloochee Ranch, a well-loved rustic retreat that borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, will reopen for overnight stays in fall 2023. David and Annie Colquitt, who bought the Maggie Valley property in 2020, have undertaken an extensive renovation that includes redesigned interior spaces and new wrap-around terraces where guests can dine and enjoy the warmth from a newly converted two-sided fireplace. Though the lodge has been closed, the Colquitts have continued to offer horseback rides, including lunch excursions to The Swag, their all-inclusive Relais & Châteaux property nearby.
Fifty years after its founding in Pinehurst, the World Golf Hall of Fame comes home in 2024 as part of the U.S. Golf Association’s second headquarters, called Golf House Pinehurst. The Hall of Fame’s arrival will dovetail with the U.S. Open’s return to the No. 2 course at Pinehurst Resort, which the USGA has designated as the tournament’s first anchor site. Golf House Pinehurst will include an immersive USGA Experience, a research center, a sustainability-focused outdoor learning landscape and a longleaf pine restoration forest as well as the Hall of Fame, which relocated from Pinehurst to St. Augustine, Fla., in 1998.
San Antonio, Texas
The Alamo, (full name; Mission San Antonio de Valero), is only one of five San Antonio Missions but it holds reverential status in the USA for the historic battle that took place there between Texans and Mexicans in 1836. Just 200 Texans held out against Mexican forces thought to be nearer 2000 and the battle has taken on legendary status as a symbol of Texan fortitude and bravery. The Alamo is undergoing a massive restoration and sensitive expansion programme in order to better accommodate more exhibitions and collections. A new Exhibition Hall and Collections Building will open early in 2023. The building will temporarily accommodate an incomparable collection of artifacts from the Alamo’s history. Valued at over ten million dollars, the collection has been acquired over many decades by British rock star Phil Collins who has been fascinated and inspired by the stories of the Alamo from childhood. He has donated the entire collection to the Alamo. The Phil Collins Collection will move to a purpose built Museum which will open later in 2023 at the Alamo, alongside a new visitor centre.
San Antonio was awarded UNSECO Creative City of Gastronomy Status in 2017 for its extraordinary concentration of diverse cuisine. It was only the second city in the United States to achieve the status, awarded for its local culinary heritage and culture, but also how it sustains, shares and blends it with new influences. This status has turbo charged the city’s creative young chefs and hospitality investment has flooded in San Antonio as a recognised focus for food tourists from around the world as well as local enthusiasts. Even Covid could not slow progress for long and since the pandemic a whole new wave of restaurants and eateries have opened with the 100th post-Covid opening expected to launch in early 2023.
An existing downtown complex will reopen in Spring 2023 as San Antonio’s first Autograph Collection property. Renamed The Otis Hotel, the boutique property will see a total renovation of the exterior as well as, the pool, lobby, meetings and all guest rooms. The property will also include all-new full-service destination spa, restaurant and bar. Guests will be inspired by The Otis Hotel’s luxurious contemporary design, which is perfectly juxtaposed with the property’s historic grounds and ‘urban oasis’ setting.
Discover new attractions, restaurants, distilleries, hotels, exhibits, milestone anniversaries, renovations and unique experiences across Tennessee. Whether it’s music, food, scenic beauty, family memories, road trips or hidden gems, find your travel inspiration. Photos for media use only here.
- 10th anniversary – Johnny Cash Museum – Nashville
- 10th anniversary – Big Ears Music Festival (March 30-April 2); Knox Asian Festival – Knoxville
- 15th anniversary – The Wilderness at the Smokies resort will expand its Wild WaterDome indoor waterpark, add a Cloud Coaster, XD Theater in the immersive Adventure Forest and build 12 villas as part of its $40 million expansion.
- 20th anniversary – Market Square Farmers’ Market – Knoxville. Cafes, restaurants, and sweet shops kick-off the entire month of May with creative specials featuring locally sourced fruits, vegetables, over-the-top cocktails, scrumptious salads, luscious ice creams and desserts.
- 20th anniversary – Stax Museum of American Soul Music – Memphis
- 25th anniversary – Nashville Shores celebrates the milestone with the new Riptide Racer, the largest slide of its type in the world, giveaways, discounts, birthday party, fireworks and special events yearlong.
- 50th anniversary – CMA Fest (June 8-11) – Nashville
- 50th anniversary – Dunbar Cave State Park- Clarksville
NEW ATTRACTIONS & EXPERIENCES
Sevierville – SkyLand Ranch transports guests via a scenic chairlift to the top of SkyLand Ranch, where hours of fun await, including a mountain coaster, suspended bridge, canopy walks and a variety of miniature animals like cows and donkeys, which are all rescues.
NEW HOTELS & PLACES TO STAY
Pigeon Forge – Dollywood’s HeartSong Lodge & Resort, opening fall 2023, is a five-story resort with themed suites and loft rooms, epic indoor and outdoor pool, a picture-perfect outdoor cove with family gathering spaces, communal firepit and screened-in porch, the perfect Smoky Mountains getaway.
Memphis – Memphis Aloft Hotel, expected to open spring 2023, will be a perfect spot to stay downtown in a musically-designed boutique hotel by Marriott.
Nashville – Music City celebrates growth with new hotels like Cambria Hotel Church St. (Sept. 2023), BNA Airport Hilton Hotel (Late 2023), Hyatt Place Green Hills (Nov. 2023) and the new Four Seasons Hotel Nashville (opened Nov. 2022) for travelers looking to experience the upscale side of the city.
Memphis – Memphis is known for its unique and renowned cuisine, including new restaurants like Amelia Gene’s, Cocozza American Italian, Ya Mas! Taverna, Three of Cups wine & cocktail bar, Ashtar Garden and Anima Coffee & Amaro Bar. Eating in Memphis is an experience for the soul.
Nashville – Iconic names take over some of Music City’s newest restaurants, including Eric Church’s Chief’s, Garth Brooks’ Friends in Low Places and Sinatra Bar & Lounge. Check out the complete list of new restaurants, from high-end chef-driven concepts to hip cocktail bars.
NEW BREWERIES, DISTILLERIES, WINERIES & SPIRITS
Statewide – Sample wonderful wine with a chance to win prizes along the new Tennessee Wine Trail featuring more than 40 wineries, meaderies and cideries.
Sevierville – From a family recipe to your glass; combat veteran, pilot and niece of Dolly Parton, Danielle Parton brings her love of moonshine and unique blends like Red Velvet to Shine Girl, a female-owned and operated distillery.
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