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Fort Worth Business Press – August 8, 2016

With more than three decades of experience in the precast concrete industry, Todd Sternfeld is looking to put his own imprint on the tiny house craze sweeping the country.

As hundreds, if not thousands, of prospective builders elbow into the tiny house industry that appeals to millennials, baby boomers, singles and others, Sternfeld says he stands alone in building tiny dwellings with precast concrete and steel that are sturdy, long-lasting and require no maintenance.

“I’m building homes with roofs that can withstand 120mph winds and are maintenance free forever on the outside,” said Sternfeld, the CEO of Euless-based Superior Concrete Products Inc.

Sternfeld has built his reputation in the precast industry for innovations that have produced more eco-friendly, sustainable building products such as precast fencing and retaining wall products. While durable, Superior’s products mimic the look of wood planking, tile and natural stone in a variety of
colors.

A native of Los Angeles, Sternfeld started the business with a partner in California about 35 years ago. The company’s initial precast wood-look product was less expensive and maintenance free compared to real wood and received overwhelming response when they were introduced at an International Builders’ Show in 1983.

By 1986, Superior moved to Tarrant County and began building upon its success to achieve about $10 million in annual sales. Sternfeld bought out his partner in 1996 and moved his headquarters to Euless a short while later.

About the same time, he purchased property in Cleburne, where Superior manufactures its proprietary line of precast concrete fence panels and other products.

Over the years, Sternfeld grew the firm’s business to include a variety of residential and commercial clients that used the products for everything from utility substations to storage buildings, equipment enclosures, barns, ranch fencing and sound walls between oil and gas drill sites and residential and commercial developments.

His clientele also includes international clients, who purchase molds and materials from him to be used for homes and other structures.

When the tiny house movement started to take off, he began thinking about using his products for a tiny house side business.

“I’ve known for a long time that my products were being used for houses in other countries. I said, ‘I could do that’, ” he said.

And that is what he did.

Sternfeld built the Chisholm Trail Cabin, a 375-foot tiny on wheels that includes a 120-square-foot precast concrete porch attached to the two bedroom home.

His 600 square-foot Cleburne Ranchette was introduced at the 2016 World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., earlier this year and then won first place in the National Precast Concrete Association’s competition for creative use of precast concrete “CUP Award” in the above ground category.

The rustic-style two-bedroom house features a full-size bath, kitchen with full-size stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. It also has an oversized front porch and a livestock corral.

Tiny home prices will range, depending upon the features and finishes. Sternfeld plans to keep his homes competitive with the market that is generally between $50,000 and $120,000.

Last week, Sternfeld was putting final touches on a 200 square-foot home on wheels, which he is taking to Colorado Springs, Colo., for the second annual National Tiny House Jamboree Aug. 5-7. This tiny house includes upscale finishes such as granite countertops and a contemporary bathroom with a full-sized glass shower with a decorative tile surround.

About 150 tiny homebuilders are expected to participate this year, up from 40 last year.

The increase is not surprising given the growing enthusiasm for benefits of a simpler, greener, more economical and flexible lifestyle that appeals to many types of people, particularly millennials.

The American Tiny House Association, an advocacy group that supports the tiny home industry and promotes safety standards in tiny homebuilding, does not track the number of builders in the market so it is unknown how big the movement has become.

“It is definitely a burgeoning industry that has been given a lot of attention on TV,” said Robert Reed, president of the organization. “A lot of builders are jumping on trend while others are waiting to see where it is going to go.”

As an advocate for sustainable housing and communities, Reed said tiny houses can be an important part of the affordable housing market for middle-and working-class people who otherwise would be shut out of the American dream of home ownership

But as builders work to turn out little custom-crafted masterpieces that can be put on trailers or affixed to a foundation, industry leaders are focusing their attention on where owners can put them.

Since most cities have zoning rules that prohibit them, owners face resistance and limited choices when it comes to finding somewhere to put their tiny houses. Off-the-grid homes in wildness areas that rely on solar power are an option for some but not the majority of those interested in tiny home living, Reed said.

“A lot of tiny homes on wheels end up in RV and trailer parks, said Reed, who works for the Atlanta, Ga.-based nonprofit Southface, which offers programs and services to support green building and sustainable living.

Slowly, progress is being made as Pima County in Arizona has adopted tiny-friendly zoning and building codes; and Fresno, Calif., became the first city to allow tiny houses on wheels in residential neighborhoods. With a population of about 1,000, Spur, Texas, a city about 70 miles east of Lubbock, is the first “tiny house friendly” town in the United States to allow homes on foundations with no minimum size restrictions.

Lynn Motheral, president of the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association, said zoning challenges and building codes have stymied the industry locally.

“Right now the only place to put tiny houses is out in the counties outside city jurisdictions,” he said. “It’s a great concept and they can be built quickly and cheaply and in a controlled environment but we’ve got to get those bigger issues addressed.”

To solve that dilemma, Sternfeld is purchasing 24 acres near Joshua in Johnson County, where he plans to operate his tiny home division and build the little dwellings.

Part of his business plan is to create a tiny home village, where owners can locate their tiny homes around an open common area with parking outside the living area.

The site will also offer would-be buyers the opportunity to “test drive” a tiny house by spending a weekend
in a model.

“We want to give people a sense of what it’s like to live in a tiny house,” he said. “We think this is a good way to get it off the ground by giving people the experience.”


Superior Concrete Tiny Houses Launches Precast Concrete Tiny Homes During 2016 Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs

Todd Sternfeld Debuts the Colorado Cool – a Towable Tiny Home Designed for Those Who Like the Permanence of a Tiny Home with Ease of Relocation

EULESS, TexasAugust 5, 2016 – When Todd Sternfeld, CEO and owner of Superior Concrete Products makes up his mind to pursue a goal, nothing stops him.

Todd Sternfeld, CEO of Superior Concrete Tiny Houses, puts the Finishing Touches on the Colorado Cool, the nation’s first towable precast concrete tiny house.

And, so it is with his new company – Superior Concrete Tiny Houses (SCTH), which started earlier this year. Inspired by Superior Concrete Products, the well-known producer of decorative precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, SCTH will focus on building tiny homes and other modular buildings and structures.

AN ORIGINAL IDEA – THE RANCHETTE

The father of four daughters, Sternfeld realized that millennials and others are purchasing tiny houses in increasing numbers, and with thirty years of experience in modular prefab construction, he knew his modular steel-reinforced precast concrete fence panels were the perfect material to use in the building of tiny homes.

Clad in a Superior Brick™, the company’s maintenance-free precast concrete panels, the first tiny home SCTH built was a 600-square-foot two-bedroom rustic ranch style house, dubbed the Cleburne Ranchette™. Filled with deluxe amenities such as granite countertops, full-size stainless steel appliances, and a full-size bathroom, the Ranchette epitomizes the look and feel of well-appointed Western-themed home, perfect for singles, young couples, empty nesters or people looking for a weekend retreat in the country. In fact, the company’s craftsmanship and design expertise, was recently recognized by the National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA). The organization named Superior Concrete Products the 2016 first place winner of the Creative Use of Precast Concrete (CUP Award) in the Above Ground Category for the Ranchette in March 2016.

“People of all ages love tiny houses,” said Sternfeld. “They provide an attractive and affordable solution for those who want to own a home, but don’t want to go obligate themselves to a big mortgage. And, let’s face it, no one likes to spend good money on something that depreciates and deteriorates within a few short years.”

“When manufactured correctly, precast concrete is an extremely attractive and versatile product. Crafted to look like wood, stucco, brick or stone, the Superior Concrete team infuses tinted pigments during the production process, so there is no need to paint or stain the outside walls of one of our precast tiny homes – ever, unless you elect to change the color. Better yet, with steel reinforced concrete, Superior Concrete Tiny Houses are designed to be safe and strong, outlasting any stick-built home on the market,” he added.

THE CHISHOLM TRAIL CABIN

Since the completion of the Ranchette, the Superior team has been moving fast, building one home after another. While the Ranchette was constructed on an engineered concrete foundation, the second tiny home – the Chisholm Trail Cabin is a convertible model that was built on a strong steel frame, giving this tiny home ease of portability. With an exterior structure made of Superior Wood™, a precast concrete product that duplicates the look of rough-cut cedar siding, the 375-square-feet, two-bedroom cabin was designed as a park model. This design enables tiny house enthusiasts to put wheels on the axles and move their tiny home to a new location, if they desire. The Chisholm Trail can also be constructed on a fixed concrete foundation should the owner prefer to establish permanent residence on a piece of land.

THE COLORADO COOL DEBUT

The newest home in the SCTH line-up is the 200-square-foot, one-bedroom Colorado Cool. Built on a rugged goose-neck trailer, “The Cool” gives tiny home enthusiasts the option of parking this residence permanently, or hooking it up to a truck for travel. By their nature, tiny homes are not meant to be travel trailers. However, some tiny home enthusiasts enjoy the freedom of the road, so the Colorado Cool gives these free spirits the flexibility of a permanently parked home, or the ability to take their home with them should they decide to move.

“Colorado Cool is unique,” said Sternfeld. “We know of no other tiny home builder who has created a home like this one. This structure of this tiny home is maintenance-free Superior Brick™, and we’ve put every luxury we could incorporate into 200-square-feet of living space. Not only is this home energy efficient, but it is decorated in a sophisticated and care-free industrial style. We used cool muted tones of soft white, gray and blue combined with stainless steel appliances and textured metal cabinetry throughout the home to give a restful, but edgy contemporary feel.”

“This tiny house also features wood laminate flooring, paneling, marble countertops, mosaic tile, a full-size shower with curved glass doors, a utility room with a Dometic washer/dryer combo unit, hidden storage under the stairs, even a cedar-lined closet in the Great Room. And, this unit even includes a 40-square-foot outdoor living space configured as a private deck marking the entrance leading up to the front door. Truly, this home has it all,” he added.

2016 TINY HOUSE JAMBOREE

The recently completed Colorado Cool will be debuted during the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs, Colorado which starts on Friday, Aug. 5. Lasting through Sunday, Aug. 7, the Second Annual Tiny House Jamboree is a gathering of like-minded tiny house devotees who want to learn the latest building innovations as well as view this year’s collection of tiny homes. The event drew more than 40,000 visitors in 2015, and this year the Jamboree is expected to attract an even larger crowd.

This year, the event will be held on the grounds of the United States Air Force Academy Campus, close to Falcon Stadium. The gates open at 9 a.m. and close each evening at 6:00 p.m.

An affiliate of Superior Concrete Products, a Texas-based manufacturer and nationwide installer of precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, Superior Concrete Tiny Houses launched these cutting edge new homes in January 2016 when Sternfeld and his team recycled some concrete panels to construct the company’s first tiny house. Created and built out of the company’s proprietary line of precast concrete fence panels, the Colorado Cool was built on the company’s property in Euless, Texas.

DISCOVER MORE

To learn more about Superior Concrete Tiny Houses or Superior Concrete Products, or any of the company’s other state-of-the-art line of fence and retaining wall merchandise, phone 817-277-9255 or visit ConcreteFence.com and ConcreteTinyHouses.com. Information is also available through social media channels.


Superior Concrete Tiny Houses Launches Precast Concrete Tiny Homes During 2016 Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs

Todd Sternfeld Debuts the Colorado Cool – a Towable Tiny Home Designed for Those Who Like the Permanence of a Tiny Home with Ease of Relocation

EULESS, Texas – August 5, 2016 – When Todd Sternfeld, CEO and owner of Superior Concrete Products makes up his mind to pursue a goal, nothing stops him.

And, so it is with his new company – Superior Concrete Tiny Houses (SCTH), which started earlier this year. Inspired by Superior Concrete Products, the well-known producer of decorative precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, SCTH will focus on building tiny homes and other modular buildings and structures.

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Todd Sternfeld, CEO of Superior Concrete Tiny Houses, puts the Finishing Touches on the Colorado Cool, the nation’s first towable precast concrete tiny house.

AN ORIGINAL IDEA – THE RANCHETTE

The father of four daughters, Sternfeld realized that millennials and others are purchasing tiny houses in increasing numbers, and with thirty years of experience in modular prefab construction, he knew his modular steel-reinforced precast concrete fence panels were the perfect material to use in the building of tiny homes.

Clad in a Superior Brick™, the company’s maintenance-free precast concrete panels, the first tiny home SCTH built was a 600-square-foot two-bedroom rustic ranch style house, dubbed the Cleburne Ranchette™. Filled with deluxe amenities such as granite countertops, full-size stainless steel appliances, and a full-size bathroom, the Ranchette epitomizes the look and feel of well-appointed Western-themed home, perfect for singles, young couples, empty nesters or people looking for a weekend retreat in the country. In fact, the company’s craftsmanship and design expertise, was recently recognized by the National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA). The organization named Superior Concrete Products the 2016 first place winner of the Creative Use of Precast Concrete (CUP Award) in the Above Ground Category for the Ranchette in March 2016.

People of all ages love tiny houses,” said Sternfeld. “They provide an attractive and affordable solution for those who want to own a home, but don’t want to go obligate themselves to a big mortgage. And, let’s face it, no one likes to spend good money on something that depreciates and deteriorates within a few short years.

When manufactured correctly, precast concrete is an extremely attractive and versatile product. Crafted to look like wood, stucco, brick or stone, the Superior Concrete team infuses tinted pigments during the production process, so there is no need to paint or stain the outside walls of one of our precast tiny homes – ever, unless you elect to change the color. Better yet, with steel reinforced concrete, Superior Concrete Tiny Houses are designed to be safe and strong, outlasting any stick-built home on the market,” he added.

THE CHISHOLM TRAIL CABIN
Since the completion of the Ranchette, the Superior team has been moving fast, building one home after another. While the Ranchette was constructed on an engineered concrete foundation, the second tiny home – the Chisholm Trail Cabin is a convertible model that was built on a strong steel frame, giving this tiny home ease of portability. With an exterior structure made of Superior Wood™, a precast concrete product that duplicates the look of rough-cut cedar siding, the 375-square-feet, two-bedroom cabin was designed as a park model. This design enables tiny house enthusiasts to put wheels on the axles and move their tiny home to a new location, if they desire. The Chisholm Trail can also be constructed on a fixed concrete foundation should the owner prefer to establish permanent residence on a piece of land.

THE COLORADO COOL DEBUT
The newest home in the SCTH line-up is the 200-square-foot, one-bedroom Colorado Cool. Built on a rugged goose-neck trailer, “The Cool” gives tiny home enthusiasts the option of parking this residence permanently, or hooking it up to a truck for travel. By their nature, tiny homes are not meant to be travel trailers. However, some tiny home enthusiasts enjoy the freedom of the road, so the Colorado Cool gives these free spirits the flexibility of a permanently parked home, or the ability to take their home with them should they decide to move.

Colorado Cool is unique,” said Sternfeld. “We know of no other tiny home builder who has created a home like this one. This structure of this tiny home is maintenance-free Superior Brick™, and we’ve put every luxury we could incorporate into 200-square-feet of living space. Not only is this home energy efficient, but it is decorated in a sophisticated and care-free industrial style. We used cool muted tones of soft white, gray and blue combined with stainless steel appliances and textured metal cabinetry throughout the home to give a restful, but edgy contemporary feel.

This tiny house also features wood laminate flooring, paneling, marble countertops, mosaic tile, a full-size shower with curved glass doors, a utility room with a Dometic washer/dryer combo unit, hidden storage under the stairs, even a cedar-lined closet in the Great Room. And, this unit even includes a 40-square-foot outdoor living space configured as a private deck marking the entrance leading up to the front door. Truly, this home has it all,” he added.

2016 TINY HOUSE JAMBOREE
The recently completed Colorado Cool will be debuted during the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs, Colorado which starts on Friday, Aug. 5. Lasting through Sunday, Aug. 7, the Second Annual Tiny House Jamboree is a gathering of like-minded tiny house devotees who want to learn the latest building innovations as well as view this year’s collection of tiny homes. The event drew more than 40,000 visitors in 2015, and this year the Jamboree is expected to attract an even larger crowd.

This year, the event will be held on the grounds of the United States Air Force Academy Campus, close to Falcon Stadium. The gates open at 9 a.m. and close each evening at 6:00 p.m.

An affiliate of Superior Concrete Products, a Texas-based manufacturer and nationwide installer of precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, Superior Concrete Tiny Houses launched these cutting edge new homes in January 2016 when Sternfeld and his team recycled some concrete panels to construct the company’s first tiny house. Created and built out of the company’s proprietary line of precast concrete fence panels, the Colorado Cool was built on the company’s property in Euless, Texas.

DISCOVER MORE

To learn more about Superior Concrete Tiny Houses or Superior Concrete Products, or any of the company’s other state-of-the-art line of fence and retaining wall merchandise, phone 817-277-9255 or visit ConcreteFence.com and ConcreteTinyHouses.com. Information is also available through social media channels.

NPCA Names Superior Concrete First Place Winner of the 2016 Creative Use of Precast Concrete – Above Ground Award

March 8, 2016

newsrelease_awardTodd Sternfeld Honored for the Creation of the Tiny House Precast Ranchette

Oftentimes good things come in small sizes, and this is certainly true in the case of the precast Superior Ranchette™, a rustic tiny ranch house designed by Todd Sternfeld’s team at Superior Concrete Products. In recognition of the company’s hard work, the National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) has named Superior Concrete Products the 2016 first place winner of the Creative Use of Precast Concrete (CUP Award) in the Above Ground Category for the Superior Ranchette.

A Texas-based manufacturer and nationwide installer of precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, Superior Concrete Products created and built the innovative new home out of the company’s proprietary line of precast concrete fence panels and other products on the company’s property near the newly opened Chisolm Trail Parkway in Cleburne, Texas.

The CUP Award was presented during a special recognition luncheon at the 2016 National Precast Concrete Association tradeshow in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday, March 3rd, at 1 p.m. NPCA chairman Andy Weiser presented the award to the Superior Concrete Products CEO and founder Todd Sternfeld, and Raul Rodriguez, the company’s vice president of manufacturing.

As part of the largest trade show dedicated to the precast concrete industry in North America, CUP Awards have been highly coveted by industry professionals since the NCPA recognition program was started in 2004. After the awards committee evaluated the various entries, NPCA president Ty Gable said, “The Superior Concrete Products entry captures the imagination. The Ranchette very clearly shows the amazing versatility of precast concrete. The judges were impressed not only with the beauty of the structures, but also with the technical design and how the display demonstrates the ability of precast concrete to emulate the look of other materials.”

Using precast concrete molded to resemble brick and other traditional finishes, the Ranchette showcases the diversity among the product lines manufactured by Superior Concrete Products, while also demonstrating the adaptability and novel uses of concrete as a building material. “Building the Ranchette was a group effort,” said Sternfeld. “I’ve always believed that our products could be used in a variety of creative ways, and the CUP Award is proof of what happens when you combine a versatile product with the great people that work at Superior Concrete Products.”

A scalable and customizable prototype, the Superior Ranchette is a 600 square-foot ranch house that offers all the sophisticated features of a full-sized two-bedroom home – complete with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. “While we built the house in a rustic ranch style design, the home could be of any size or architectural finish,” said Sternfeld. “Our goal was to build the Ranchette to demonstrate the various looks and finishes of the modular precast concrete products that we manufacture. Using a green-build approach, we recycled surplus materials to showcase the versatility of our product line. We are deeply pleased to win this award, but also want to thank the members of our industry for taking notice of the work created by the Superior Concrete Products staff.”

The exterior of the Ranchette is composed of Superior Brick™ fence panels which has been hand-tinted to resemble the warm weathered look of aged masonry. The posts supporting the roof of the front porch are Superior Stone Columns™ designed to look remarkably like water carved river rocks. The home’s interior has utilized Superior Wood Plus™ and precast fence panels to accent the interior of the house.

Naturally, no ranch house would be complete without a fence, and the Ranchette has two. A six-foot tall Superior Cobblestone™ privacy fence duplicates the look of stacked stone, and is trimmed with the decorative Superior Lattice, a one-foot tall precast product that simulates the hand-crafted appearance of a wood trellis sitting atop the precast cobblestone. The privacy fence gives an attractive backdrop for the home’s patio – shielding the house from the late afternoon sun, while providing a welcome retreat for evening cookouts and friendly gatherings. Additional applications incorporated into the hardscape utilize Superior Rail™ and Superior Fence Caps for parking, patio and walkway paths.

The Superior Rail and post fence is strong and beautiful, tricking a trained eye with its deep rugged woodgrain molded texture. Superior 3 Rail™ (4’ high) was used to build a sturdy livestock corral, while other areas of the property used Superior 2 Rail™ (3’ high) as a decorative accent to frame the front of the Ranchette and walkway around the house. Other products were used as trim and for additional accent pieces, complimenting the exterior landscape design.

Strategically located in the middle of the country, Superior Concrete Products designs, engineers, manufactures, ships and installs products across the continent from the company’s NPCA certified plant in North Texas. “Since we are based in the Southwest, I naturally have a soft spot for cowboys and horses, so it just made sense to build a ranch with products made in our own factory,” said Sternfeld. “We are constantly working on product development and experimenting with new decorative finishes and textures. The Ranchette shows that precast concrete can be a sophisticated, affordable and versatile alternative to traditional building materials when you look at home design with a creative and imaginative eye. Plus, no other building material is as strong and durable as concrete.”


Superior Concrete Products Unveils New Concept in Home Design: The Precast Tiny House

February 9, 2016

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Todd Sternfeld Uses Precast Concrete Fence Panels to Build a Rustic Mini-Ranchette
Superior Concrete Products, a Texas-based manufacturer and installer of precast concrete fence and retaining wall products, is unveiling an innovative new concept in home design during the 2016 World Ag Expo in Tulare, California. Called the Superior Ranchette™, the customizable home is a 600 square-foot tiny house constructed primarily of precast concrete fence panels molded to resemble brick and other traditional surfaces. When finished, the precast house offers the sophisticated features of a full-sized two-bedroom home, complete with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. And, being a ranch, the house comes with an oversized front porch and a livestock corral. Yet, despite all of these amenities, the Superior Ranchette has a surprisingly small footprint.

When it comes to home design, the Ranchette demonstrates the versatility of precast concrete as a building medium, while showcasing the depth and breadth of Superior Concrete Products line of merchandise. According to Sternfeld, all of the concrete used in the project was manufactured at the company’s NPCA certified plant in Texas.

“I’m a cowboy at heart, and the Ranchette is both rustic and comfortable — a perfect way to demonstrate the practicality of precast concrete panel construction,” said Sternfeld. “When it comes to home design, people forget that concrete can be a beautiful, affordable and versatile alternative to traditional building materials, plus it goes without saying that it is much more durable.”

According to Sternfeld, the company incorporated many of the company’s products into the design of the house and into the surrounding property. For instance, the posts supporting the roof on the front porch are Superior Stone Columns™. The outside of the house is made up of Superior Brick™ fence panels that have been hand-tinted to a warm weathered stone color. The home’s interior is made of a deep earth-toned Superior Stucco™ fence panels that resemble the smooth textured feel of hand-troweled adobe.

The outside of the Ranchette has a tall Superior Cobblestone™ privacy fence which looks like stacked stone trimmed in Superior Lattice surrounding the home’s patio for those afternoon cookouts. Superior Rail™, which looks remarkably like real wood rails, was used to build a corral for the livestock, and to create a rustic walkway. Other Superior products were used as trim and for other accent pieces to complete the Ranchette’s design.

To learn more about Superior Concrete Products, the precast concrete Ranchette, or any of the company’s other innovative line of fence and retaining wall merchandise, phone 817-277-9255 or visit www.ConcreteFence.com. Todd Sternfeld and members of the company’s sales team will be in the Superior Concrete Products’ booth #DX32 located in the Farm Credit Dairy Center Building of the 2016 World Ag Expo.


Superior Concrete Tiny Houses gives new meaning to living large in a small, energy-efficient, steel-reinforced footprint.

Call Todd Sternfeld today at 1.800.942.9255 or email sales@concretetinyhouses.com to learn about design options available on your new tiny house.

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