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Fundraising for the Ride for Roswell changes lives. Our goal every year is to get closer to the day where no one’s life will be shortened by a cancer diagnosis. Funds raised help real people and make a real difference.

Looking for some fundraising tips? Here are a few that will make you excited to fundraise, proud of your fundraising goal and give you the tools you need to help increase your support. 

Did you know?

There are no fundraising minimums or registration fees this year

This year, the goal is that everyone who wants to participate has the opportunity to ride. Invite all of your friends and family to participate . Come out to one of our five locations or create your own route. We need you!

Fundraising can be fun

The word fundraising can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be! Simple tasks like updating your photo on your fundraising dashboard, sharing why you ride on social media and connecting your fundraiser to Facebook all make a HUGE difference. Riders that fundraise with Facebook raise $300 more than those who do not! 

Teams accounted for 88% of all fundraising last year

If you have never been to a Ride for Roswell before, this is the perfect time to start. It only takes two people to form a team, so you and your friends can try it out risk free. Ride with us, or anywhere you’d like, and raise funds to help find a cancer cure. Even better – team members don’t all need to ride together on Ride day!

All you have to do is ask

It’s that easy! Reach out to your friends, ask your family members, tell your coworkers all about riding in the Ride for Roswell. If you get 10 people to donate $10, you will have raised $100. 

We appreciate all that you do for the Ride. To thank you, our team has chosen some pretty awesome rewards that we hope will motivate you to go the extra mile for the patients at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. 

  • $100 – Yard sign
  • $200 – T-shirt
  • $500 – Sling bag
  • $1,000 – Welcome to the Extra Mile Club (EMC)! You’ve earned an EMC jersey, baseball cap, and special yard sign topper
  • $2,500 – Duffle bag and invitation to ride in the Peloton
  • $5,000 – Engraved brick in Roswell Park’s Kaminski Park

These rewards and more can be yours, if you and your team gather together and rally for a cancer cure. See below for all the tools you’ll need to get started, connect to our mobile app, fundraise on Facebook and more. 

25 Years of Donor Support for Research and Patient Care Programs

Since our founding in 1996, the Ride for Roswell has become a signature event that changes lives for thousands of people — not just the patients and their families, but the faculty, staff, riders, volunteers and donors across Western New York and beyond who join us in the fight to end cancer. The largest single-day cycling event in the nation, the Ride rallies us and unites us into a community like nothing else can.

The Celebration of Hope and Ride Day are special times to see friends, unite with family, reconnect with team members and pay tribute to those we’ve lost. But at the end of it all, our purpose is what fuels every one of us: helping save more lives from cancer through the funds raised during the Ride.

2020 was supposed to be an iconic year – we were supposed to rally like never before to celebrate our 25th anniversary. Instead, it became an iconic year because of some unprecedented challenges. Out of those challenges, the Summer of the Ride was born. And despite all the obstacles in our way, our incredible community still came together and raised more then $3.6 million for Roswell Park and cancer patients. 

Why Do We Ride?

We all have our personal reasons. But when it comes to the ultimate purpose, our quest and our mission, we’ve done some great things through the years. Here are some highlights of the kinds of research, treatment and support the Ride has helped make possible for our patients:

  • Millions of dollars to research and clinical trials studying lifesaving new treatments like the SurVaxM vaccine for brain cancer, as well as helping scientists bring the Cuban lung cancer vaccine CIMAvax to Roswell Park, the only place in the U.S. where it is available in clinical trials.
  • 1,950 OmniSeq® tests for cancer patients, providing detailed genomic and immune profiles to identify the drug or clinical trial that will work best for them.
  • Funding for over 500 SAC research grants. As a result of the SAC grants, Roswell Park faculty members have received at least 117 outside grants, including 15 Department of Defense and 3 American Cancer Society grants.
  • Over 7,400 cancer patient requests for translation services in more than 30 different languages to help patients better understand their diagnosis, treatment and care.
  • HLA matches for 68 Roswell patients, helping them find donors for their bone marrow transplants.
  • $1 million to the construction of the Scott Bieler Clinical Sciences Center, which opened in 2016.
  • $1 million to the Katherine, Anne & Donna Gioia Pediatric Hematology Oncology Center, which opened in 2017.

Timeline of the Ride

We cannot thank our incredible community enough for all the good they’ve done over the last 25 years – and all the good we know they will continue to do! Let’s take a trip down memory lane – check out the timeline of the Ride for Roswell. 

  • 1996

    The first Ride for Roswell debuts on an overcast Saturday morning in late June with 9-mile, 33-mile and 62.5-mile routes. Founder Mitch Flynn, co-chair John Farmelo, route designer John Houghtaling and volunteer Sally Russell lead the small group that organizes the first event. News 4 Buffalo anchor Jacquie Walker is honorary chair. 986 riders raise $101,018.

  • 2003

    The Extra Mile Club is established to recognize riders who raise $1,000 or more, with 39 members in its first year. 

  • 2005

    The Ride celebrates its 10th
    anniversary with an appearance by NHL Hall of Famer and former Buffalo Sabres captain Pat LaFontaine, who rides the 62.5-mile route.

  • 2006

    The Ride breaks the $1 million
    mark for the first time, raising $1.26 million.

  • 2008

    The Ride crosses the $2 million mark, and the first-ever Extra Mile Club Peloton kicks off from Roswell Park, riding 12.6 miles to the University at Buffalo in light rain and a police-escorted 2 x 2 procession.

  • 2011

    $3 million is raised by more than 7,000 riders!

  • 2012

    The Ride becomes a 2-day event, with a new opening ceremony Friday night, conceived by longtime volunteer Chris Eberle. The evening features a procession of Roswell departments followed by the entrance into the UB Stadium of the Extra Mile Club Peloton.

  • 2013

    Nearly 8,000 riders bring in $4 million this year!

  • 2015

    The Ride celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new 46 mile Canada route and by reaching the long sought goal of 1,000 riders raising $1,000.

  • 2016

    The 11-story Scott Bieler Clinical Sciences Center opens on the Roswell campus. Ride for Roswell donors are among 15 leadership gifts of $1 million or more that support the project.

  • 2017

    Pathways Park debuts to honor top fundraisers, teams and volunteers, and the Ride for Roswell ceremonial torch begins a new Ride tradition. Mitch Flynn and the Peloton carry a flame representing the spirit of Roswell Park from the hospital to the Celebration of Hope and light the new torch at the ceremony to officially kick off Ride Weekend. The torch will remain lit until the last rider returns from their route.

  • 2018

    The Ride breaks $5 million for the first time.

  • 2020

    The Ride plans for its 25th
    anniversary but has to make a sharp turn in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Instead of joining the traditional Ride Weekend at the end of June, riders choose from two ways to ride: 1. at one of our scheduled, physically distanced Rides at three locations around Western New York over three weekends in August; 2. by getting creative and riding their own way in August. Together, the Ride community raises $3.6 million for lifesaving cancer research that will benefit patients not only at Roswell Park but across the nation and around the world.

Get the New Ride for Roswell Fundraising App

Fundraising for the Ride just got a little bit easier with our official Ride for Roswell Fundraising App! 

There are so many cool features that allow you to quickly and efficiently access your fundraising dashboard and communicate with donors. With this new app, you can:

  • Monitor your fundraising progress
  • Share your page using social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) or SMS
  • View and manage your donations
  • Update your page with a personalized story and photo
  • Connect with Facebook and start a Facebook Fundraiser
  • Send emails easily by importing your contacts list with just one click

Want to see a tutorial of all these features? Keep scrolling!

The app is available for both Apple and Android devices. It’s easy to get started – here’s how:

  • Visit either the App Store or Google Play Store
  • Download Ride for Roswell Fundraising
  • Once download is complete, log in with your Ride username and password you used at registration

Ride for Roswell Fundraising App Capabilities

So what can you do with the Ride for Roswell Fundraising app? A lot! There’s so much to explore and utilize, including The 2021 Ride For Roswell Leaderboard, your fundraising progress, thanking donors and more. Take a tour of the app below to help your fundraising even more!

Monitor Your Fundraising Progress

The very first thing you see when you launch the app is your fundraising progress. Here, you can keep track of how close you are to meeting (and exceeding!) your goal. You can also update your goal directly through the app. Click Edit next to your goal on the right hand side of your progress wheel.

If you’re on a team, you’ll also be able to see your team’s progress. If you’re a team captain, you’ll be able to edit your team, make someone a team captain and adjust the team goal.

Share Your Page

Now that you’ve made the commitment to be a fundraiser, it’s time to spread the word to bring in those donations. The Ride for Roswell Fundraising app makes it incredibly easy to share your fundraiser on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, email and SMS. You can share your fundraising from three different pages:

  • Home (right under your fundraising progress)
  • Donors
  • Page (under your link)

View and Manage Your Donations

Keep track of your donations all under the Donors tab. You can see who’s donated to your efforts and how much they gave. You’ll be able to thank them right through the app, too.

Additionally, you can opt to be notified via email when you receive a donation! This is a great option to make sure you never miss a chance to say thank you to a donor.

Update Your Personalized Page

Say goodbye to changing your image and story only on a desktop or laptop. Now, you can do both right through the app! To change your image, you can upload a picture directly from your camera roll or a take a picture using the app. Don’t forget to update your story, too! Showcasing why the Ride for Roswell matters to you will help donors understand how important this cause is to you. If you’re a Team Captain, you’ll be able to edit your team’s page, too.

Once you’re information is all updated, you can customize your Ride fundraising link and view your page.

Integrate with Facebook to start a Facebook Fundraiser

If you haven’t connected your fundraiser to Facebook, do not worry! Now, you’re able to integrate with Facebook through the app. Head to the home screen and scroll down to the “Fundraise on Facebook” section. Follow the prompts and voilà – another touch point for donations! You’re online fundraising dashboard will now be integrated with Facebook and you’ll be able to receive donations through the social media platform.

If you’ve already connected your fundraiser to Facebook, this section will reflect that!

Send Emails Easily to Your Contacts

Have contacts on your phone you’d like to email about the Ride? The app automatically syncs with your address book. Whether you’re asking for donations, thanking donors or recruiting team members, go over to the Email tab to send updates to your contacts.

The Ride for Roswell Fundraising app make it easy for you to meet and exceed your fundraising goals. Download it today to get started! If you have questions, please feel free to email us at or give us a call at 716-THE-RIDE (716-843-7433).


Ride for Roswell 2021 taking place on August 7

Mark your calendars – we will be riding to end cancer on Saturday, August 7, 2021! 

We cannot wait to gather again with our incredible community to make a difference this coming summer. Our team is working hard on all the details and we can’t wait to share more. For now, all we will reveal are the two ways to ride:

  • Ride with us – ride as an individual or with a team at one of our locations
  • Ride your own way – ride any distance and at any location during the month of August

“The Western New York community and our riders showed up in a big way in 2020 and we’re committed to creating another fun and impactful Ride for Roswell event in 2021,” says Dr. Candace Johnson, president and CEO at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. “If we’ve learned anything this year, it’s that cancer doesn’t stop. There’s new research and clinical trials that need funding, better treatments to be discovered and more lives to be saved, all because of the continued support of the WNY community. I am energized and excited to see what’s in store for the Ride for Roswell in 2021 and I know this community will continue to join us as we ride for our patients and ride to end cancer.”

Registration for the 2021 Ride for Roswell will open to the public on March 1, so don’t miss out! All funds raised benefit groundbreaking cancer research and patient care programs at Roswell Park.

More Cowbell: M&T Bank’s Iconic Support for the Ride for Roswell

It’s hard to imagine the Ride for Roswell without the M&T Bank start and finish lines towering over the University at Buffalo’s North Campus. They are such an iconic part of Ride Day – and the feeling of crossing beneath them while riding with your friends and family to end cancer is unlike any other.

But in 2011, there were no M&T start or finish lines or volunteers in the hundreds cheering and ringing cowbells. It was just six employees, organized by Ann Marie Hulbert, doing their part in the fight against cancer. They fundraised what they could and tied a banner to a tree, according to Tim McMorrow, Group Vice President at M&T Bank and one of those six people. 

Fast forward to 2019, when 189 of the company’s very own crossed the finish line on June 22. And with more than 200 volunteers, M&T Bank raised more than $120,000 for patients at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Participating in some capacity at the Ride is something that many M&T Bank employees look forward to each year. And it all stems from community.

“We have a saying: ‘When a community succeeds, we all succeed,’” Tim said. “Bringing together our community for the greater good is really important to everyone here. And [the Ride] brought all of that together.

“My wife was a patient at Roswell Park for over three years. When we were going there regularly and I was in the lobby, I’d run into employees from M&T. It just goes to show you how Roswell touches our community at the bank.”

Katie Coyle, Assistant Vice President at M&T Bank, agrees.

“Everyone has someone that’s been to Roswell. I took an Uber from the airport back into Buffalo, and the driver was talking to me about Roswell. Every aspect of my life has a connection to Roswell – both professionally and personally.”

Think Globally, Act Locally

It’s no small task organizing M&T Bank’s participation in the Ride, but it’s something that Tim and Katie do with pride and love.

“I [always] go back to the story of how it all started and where we’ve grown,” Tim said. “It’s really a small core that brings us all together. And it always makes me feel happy.”

Katie also loves how it brings everyone together.

“During Ride Weekend, I see people from around the bank that I only see there – it’s a time to catch up. It brings us all closer in our internal and external communities.”

Participating in the Ride means so much to so many M&T Bank employees. Here are just a few people they ride for.

We couldn’t imagine the Ride without M&T Bank and all their employees. Thank you for making the Ride Weekend experience so special!

Lending a Helping Hand – 5 Ride Volunteers Share Why They Do It

Every year, more than 2,000 volunteers show up on the last Saturday in June to help put on the Ride for Roswell. Our event simply would not be possible without their continued dedication and passion to our cause. In honor of our 25th anniversary and our 25 Tales series, we spoke to five volunteers about their experience and why they come back every year to be a part of the Ride for Roswell.

Elaine R.

Elaine has been volunteering for the Ride for Roswell for 13 years. She has always worked in the food tent serving breakfast and lunch to riders and other volunteers.

For Elaine, volunteering is an incredibly rewarding experience.

“I am not a medical professional.  I do not have the ability to find a cure for cancer. But what I can do is support this incredible event so that monies raised can be used for much needed cancer research.

“The Ride for Roswell gives me hope that a cure for cancer will be found.  We are so very fortunate to have Roswell Park in our community.  I will come out year after year to support the efforts of the outstanding doctors, medical staff and researchers at Roswell until a cure is found.”

Matt Y.

Matt’s Ride volunteer journey started at the Extra Mile Club station at registration. Then, he moved on to handing out t-shirts and this year, he’s helping to deliver lawn signs. He’s been volunteering for five years. He has also participated in all 25 rides and has been an EMC for 18 years.

He rides and volunteers because it’s a cause very close to his heart.

“When I started it was just because I thought it was a good cause. 

“Now, I have a list of people that have suffered from cancer, some have survived and some have not. I hope to help find a cure so that everyone in the future is a survivor. 

Each year I think of 1 or 2 of them. This year I am honoring Mike P., a rider and survivor. He is a very big supporter of Roswell and I find him inspirational when he tells his story.”

Sandy S.

Sandy and her Ken-Ton Girl Scouts volunteer at the t-shirts table on the Friday before the Ride and as campus guides on Ride Day. They’ve been doing this for four years. Sandy said they do it because of all the hope Roswell Park brings.

“Roswell Park is such an inspirational place that gives people hope when they think that all is lost. I am honored to be a small part of the Ride and I’m always amazed at how much joy my scouts get from participating. They truly enjoy volunteering & helping out wherever they are needed.

“I first began volunteering as a way to stand by my best friend as she rode in memory of her Father, who lost his battle with Lymphoma in 2001. I could definitely not ride as far as she does, but, think that volunteering is a great way to show my support for her, her amazing team and all who participate in the Ride. “

“I also volunteer in the memory of several family members and friends who have lost their battles with cancer, but will always live on” 

Colleen and Weegie

Colleen and Weegie are not only riders and members of the Extra Mile Club, but also route and sign volunteers. They have both been volunteering for about five years. For this pair, volunteering gives them the opportunity to give a little bit of themselves to an organization that does so much for so many people.

“It is an honor to participate every year and do our part to raise needed funds for cancer research and play a part in giving someone hope, brightening someone’s day, and letting someone know that we care.”

They both participate for various people in their families who have battled cancer.

“I ride every year in memory of my dad, who we lost in 2005 to colon cancer. He was treated at Roswell and I’ll never forget the kindness of each person we dealt with during his treatments and visits. No one treated him as a person who was dying of cancer, but as a human being. Smiles, kind words, hope and compassion… that sure left an impression. I also ride in memory of my uncle and in honor of family and friends who’ve fought their own battles,” Colleen said.

“I ride in honor of two of my sisters, both breast cancer survivors, and in memory of my mom, who unfortunately lost her battle with cancer two and a half years ago,” Weegie said. 

Diane K.

2019 was Diane’s first year as a Ride for Roswell volunteer. She worked volunteer check in all weekend. This year, she’s back and helping with lawn signs in the Tonawanda area. 

For Diane, volunteering at the Ride means everything.

“I get emotional when I speak about why I volunteer – volunteering fills my heart. 

The commitment of those involved with the Ride for Roswell made an impression on me from the start. I knew I had found another organization that I would stay committed to for, I hope, a long time.

“Last year I did it for many family members and friends. This year I volunteer in honor of my beautiful cousin Leah who was diagnosed in February.”

Diane plans to keep volunteering at this event to continue the mission of the Ride.

“For me, there is a need to support, raise awareness and raise funds for many organizations. Volunteers are a necessary part of that.”

Let’s Ride Together In August

August will be here before we know it – and that means it’s time to ride! We can’t wait to gather for our in-person rides during the Summer of the Ride.

When you choose to ride with us, you’ll get a little bit of that much-loved Ride Day experience at three different locations throughout Western New York with various start times and distances. These rides will be taking place at the following locations.

As a reminder, every 20 minutes groups of 10 or less riders will be set out to participate in the Summer of the Ride.

So what can you expect to experience? When you arrive to your location of choice, you’ll be greeted by our incredible parking volunteers and hear jams playing to get you energized for the day. Our volunteers will welcome you and direct you to your spot. Then, you will follow the signs to a check-in tent, which will be located in the same parking lot. Our team will remind you of proper social distancing techniques and once checked in, you’ll be able to fill out your tribute card, write the name of a survivor you know on the sidewalk, and grab a snack bag courtesy of Tops.

When your group’s start time is announced, you’ll pass through the Summer of the Ride start line arch to kick off your adventure. Throughout your ride, you’ll see cheerleaders ringing the famous Ride cowbells and riding marshals keeping you on track and safe. You’ll also be able to take a break at a water stop where first aid and basic bike repair supplies will be available. And be sure to keep smiling because you might spot some Ride photographers along the way, capturing the excitement of the Summer of the Ride! As you near the end of your route, you will pass a finish line, chalked with the names of those we ride for: loved ones we’ve lost, current patients and survivors.

When you’re all done, make sure to hop on over to our selfie photo station and get a picture with your teammates. Don’t forget to post it on social using #RFR20 and tag us (@rideforroswell).

Ready to sign up?!

In order to secure your timeslot, you must be registered for the Ride first. The great news is that there are no registration fees or fundraising minimums – all you have to do is register here.

After that, you’ll be logged into your participants dashboard. There will be a green button at the top. Click on it to reserve your spot. 

This is where you can select the date and time you and your team would like to ride at. You can search by date, location or both. Please note – you can register up to 9 people including yourself. You will need to know the name, email and phone number of everyone you are registering. Additionally, you will only be able to register once so make sure you pick the correct date.

When you are ready to secure your spot, click Register under the correct date and time.

You will then be taken to the registration page where your information will automatically populate. When you are done, click Next Step.

After clicking on Next Step, you will come to a review page. Here you can either complete your registration or register another rider and repeat the above steps. You will need some of their information: their name, the email address they used when registering for the Ride and phone number. 

Once you are done, click Complete Registration and you will be redirected to your participant dashboard, which will be updated with your in-person ride details.

We can’t wait to ride together in August! If you don’t feel comfortable attending one of these rides, you can still participate in the Summer of the Ride by riding your own way. You are in charge of your adventure – choose the time, location and distance that works best for you. We even have a special guide to help with creating your own route.

No matter what way you choose to participate, we can’t wait to make this summer impactful for cancer patients. 

Pick Up Your Rider Rewards…Curbside!

Even though the Ride for Roswell has had to change things up this year, we still want to bring some of our most-loved experiences to our community. One of those moments is collecting your Rider Rewards! This year, we are offering curbside pickup.

With the help of our incredible host, the University at Buffalo,  you will be able to pick up all of the rewards that you have earned so far – drive-through style. Riders are still encouraged to fundraise through August 21 to earn as many rewards as possible! Additional rewards will be mailed out at the conclusion of the Ride. 

Our last curbside pickup will be taking place in the beginning of September.  

Date Time
Tuesday, September 1st
3 - 7 p.m.
Wednesday, September 2nd
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

When you arrive to UB, there will be a redemption center set up in the Center for Tomorrow Parking Lot (see map below).  The CFT parking lot is easily accessible if you enter UB via the Flint Road entrance off of Maple Road.  The CFT Lot will be on your left almost immediately. 

We encourage you to stay in your car, and drive up to the Redemption area. Staff and volunteers will be there to check your fundraising total and give you everything you’ve earned. From there, you can drive off and proudly start displaying your #RFR20 rewards. Need a reminder or a little motivation of all the rewards we are offering?

Will Stop for Turtles – Animal Rescue Takes Place at the 2019 Ride

For Darci Dougherty, it doesn’t matter if you’re a turtle, snake, or frog – if she sees you trying to cross the road, she’ll jump off her bike and give you a helping hand. And that’s exactly what happened at the 2019 Ride for Roswell.

Darci was riding the 65 mile route when she spotted something up ahead of her group of riders, right in their path. Once she realized it was a turtle and her group was quickly approaching it, she signaled her fellow riders that she was stopping to help the animal cross the road. As quickly and safely as she could, she unclipped from her bike, grabbed the turtle and moved him across the road in the direction he was heading.

“I’m sure he had very important turtle things to do,” Darci said. “I really didn’t want him to get crushed, but I also didn’t want any of the riders to go over their handlebars hitting him because they didn’t have time to go around or cause an accident with other riders swerving.”

Her teammates from Team Hollyloft are used to Darci stopping when there is wildlife in need of a bit of help and so they stopped with her. And when some Ride marshals saw what was happening, they jumped in to help, too, making it a real team effort.

“Once they realized what was going on, they made sure that all of the riders coming through stayed away from us,” she said. “Luckily, there wasn’t much vehicle traffic on the road at that time so we didn’t have to worry about that.”

In the spirit of the Ride, Darci, like all of our riders, is always ready to lend a helping hand.

“Anytime you can help someone or something that needs assistance is a good thing.”

2020 will be the fifth year Darci is riding, and she’s encouraging all her fellow riders to keep an eye out for turtles on the road, whether you’re walking, running, or driving consider giving them a hand across the road if you can do it safely. And don’t forget to wash your hands!

Introducing Orange DreamCycle – the Ride’s 25th Anniversary Ice Cream

2020 is a special year for the Ride and our friends at Tops Friendly Markets wanted to give our community a little something extra to celebrate our 25th anniversary. 

Introducing the Ride’s very own ice cream! 

Say Hello to ORange Dreamcycle

This light and refreshing treat bursts with a delicious orange flavor, which is perfect to enjoy as the weather begins to warm up. And the best part? A portion of all sales will go back to the Ride! So while you’re enjoying a scoop (or two!) of this dessert that’s made with no artificial flavors, no partially hydrogenated oils, and no high fructose corn syrup, you can feel great because you’re also giving back to cancer patients in Western New York.

“This is a very special year for the Ride for Roswell, so it’s just wonderful that Tops — which is such a great partner to us in so many ways — designed this ice cream to honor the Ride and its legacy while also supporting our mission.  I know I speak for everyone at Roswell Park and at the Ride when I express my gratitude for Tops’ continuing relationship with us and for helping ease the cancer journey for our patients while we continue our search for a cure,” says Candace S. Johnson, PhD, President and CEO, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Tops has been a longstanding Revolution sponsor for the Ride for Roswell and we can’t thank them enough for all they do for us. 

Pick up a carton of Orange DreamCycle at any local Tops location!

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