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Thank you to The Colorado Sun for highlighting our 4th Annual Silverton Shred event! This year, over 130 participants joined us to take over Silverton Mountain for an epic few days celebrating the healing power of adventure, community, and all things First Descents ultimately raising $140,000 for our life-changing programs! Check out the full article on FD Alumni Jesseca "Dahl" Collins, Conor "Prez" Hall, and Michelle "Leadfoot" Friedmann who joined us to shred the slopes and share their personal stories with cancer, finding connection through First Descents, and tapping into the mantra.
A big thank you to BWBacon and The Public Works for their vision and support in making this one-in-a-lifetime event happen, and another round of shoutouts to all of our incredible event sponsors and partners in adventure including TREW, Icelantic Skis, Wyman Hotel, Cabin Creek Brewing, Avalanche Brewing Co., Liquid Death Mountain Water, Rocky Mountain Cannabis Company, and many more!
Behind the scenes photography by Jason DeWitt
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“Dojo Dad” 2021 🎥💥🥊nothing like prepping for the money shot! Mike Wallace, Lucas & Logan Turner all rehearsed, practiced, and knew the Krav Maga movements down to a T!!! Hopefully, we get a groan or two at the Denver 48 Hour Film Project “best of” showing at the Bug Theatre.

A HUGE (LOUD AS CAN BE) shout out to this amazing cast and crew! Andrew Hanson Kyle Homan Jackson Lowry Shauna Kommrau Mike Wallace Lucas Turner & Logan Turner Aditya Kamath Bahy Ghoneim Mitch Kinzer Louis Fehlig Dylan Krause Joel Keiterr Samantha Greening Mitch Sanchez Image Brew The Public Works & finally Jason DeWitt Photography
On May 13th, horse thieves came in the night and stole our whole woodworking business and most of my livelihood: our truck, cargo trailer, and tools. I was moving it all into a new shop the next day and parked on seemingly quiet street for one night. Eventually, we found the truck and trailer, but the tools were gone. A bummer, for sure, and one of those forced turning points in life where whether you like it or not, your life has changed. Self-pity, self-loathing, and general enmity held for some days as I tried to figure what the hell I would do. But, as the world often does, it blocks one road and builds another. Fully wallowed, I eventually did some digging, and for me, the new road was a really interesting opportunity working with some awesome people at a very unique outdoor sports media, marketing, and fabrication company in downtown Denver called The Public Works. It’s a fascinating company with talented people based out of their own eclectic co-working building in Denver’s Sante Fe Art District, Battery621. Check them out. They (we) do some really cool stuff.

And so, this weird comedy of life goes. Here’s to new chapters. And huge thanks to Frank and Mike and the rest of the gang for welcoming us like family.

And yes, I'm still writing novels. Next to release this fall/winter. Details soon.
In September of last year we had the incredible opportunity to jump aboard the Sonic X with Beth Price Photography Thor Industries, Inc. Venture RV and The Public Works for an epic backyard adventure.

This last year gave us the opportunity to slow down and dive into the details of Northern Michigan, which has thoroughly enhanced our appreciation for the place we call home.

We’ll let the film do the rest of the talking.
We wrapped up an epic few days of skiing at our Silverton Shred event last week! Nearly 90 people joined us as we hit the slopes for some socially distanced fun and raised over $75,000 for First Descents! Thanks to Silverton Mountain for the amazing adventures and to The Public Works for the incredible photos. A few more special shoutouts to our friends at Avalanche Brew Co. and Liquid Death Mountain Water for the delicious food and H20, and the Grand Imperial Hotel, Wyman Hotel and The Avon for safely housing our guests during this time! We can't wait to get back soon for more adventures!
Happy Feature Friday! We learned so much from The Public Works team this week about the process that goes into creating an OTT (over the top) spot for our client Applejack Wine & Spirits! Here’s some fun behind the scenes 🎥 footage with bartender IG . 🍸🍹

During these crazy times, we've loved following along on your adventures. What was your favorite adventure from this summer? Let us know in the comments and don't forget to tag so we can come along for the ride!
Photo from our incredible Joshua Tree National Park program with Thor Industries, Inc. and The Public Works.
The best of Denver is in front of us - and Denver Startup Week is inviting YOU to be a part of the story! This event by and for the community, would not be possible without the unwavering support of our Sponsors. THANK YOU for making this possible - we are grateful for all you do for the DSW Community. We'd like to give a shoutout to Downtown Denver Partnership, Chase, Xero, Prologis, Zestfull, Friday Health Plans, Quizlet, Capital One Café, Colorado Lending Source, The Public Works, Zayo, Xactly Corporation, Wix, Kenzan, MAPR Agency, Obsidian HR, Kickstart, Promontory MortgagePath LLC, Comcast, Skookum, GuiceWorks, Molson Coors, Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Denver Business School, Refresh Events, Turing School, The Commons on Champa, LivaLittle, Remo, Hogan Lovells, Plante Moran, British Department of International Trade, Pie Insurance, DAT Solutions, Galvanize, Pink Monkey Studio, and StreamYard.
We love and Something Independent they have always inspired and supported the pursuit of the possible.
We will need them more than ever as we step back out into our local, regional and state economies.
A quick little article on the Wright Award, the Contenders and the Event we Love:

A quick hello to BWBacon Amy Kemp and The Public Works too!
'At Home & Homesick for the Bobbie Burns'

From the morning bell to the daily briefings and powder turns - over the past few weeks, The Public Works recreated CMH life while resulting in this incredible homage.

We want to know - how are YOU incorporating CMH life into your at home life? Share your photo or clips with us and we'll send the best submissions some swag so you can keep dreaming until next season.
What new skills are you looking forward to entertaining your friends with? 😂

Photo: The Public Works
"Smartwool built its PhD series for performance. And these socks have garnered multiple reviews from customers touting them as the 'best ski socks' ever.” – GearJu**ie

Talk about starting 2020 off on the right foot! See what we did there? 😉 Thanks to all the reviewers at Gear Ju**ie who rated our Smartwool PhD Ski socks the best overall for 2020. Check out what people had to say:

Photo: The Public Works

Welcome to The Public Works: One team. Many talents. Boundless results. Our clients are our partners, and we are stewards of your time and money. It's what we do.

We are your super-power collective of experienced professionals—who have honed our careers with many iconic brands in action sports, pop-culture, lifestyle, art and music. Trust us to plan, conceptualize, design, engineer, fabricate, and develop your brand through a nimble and imaginative multi-media creative approach. We are a team of world-class photographers and videographers, multi-talented cr

Photos from The Public Works's post 08/08/2023

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We like to think we make art, but we’re not artists like It’s hard to walk a block in Denver without seeing one of Pat’s colorful playful pieces adorning a wall. Pat has fully made the transition from being one of the most creative pro snowboarders out there to full time working artist.

We’ve followed his career and collaborated with him since his early days in snowboarding - shooting his first published magazine spread, to selling out art shows and auctions with his paint on our photos. The latest iteration of our work together is in the physical realm with this back-lit steel and plexi heart for Southwest Airlines.


We were recently told that this piece, made entirely in the TPW studio, was Spyder’s most engaged piece of content in 2022. Constraints fuel creativity and we’re proud of this piece.

Client: Spyder

Executive Producer: Mike Arzt ()

Producer: Ian Fohrman ()

Director: Marshall Miller ()

DP: Andrew Hansen ()

Gaffer: Dan Stubbs ( )

Editor/Sound Design: Taylor Widmann ( )

Post Production Supervisor: Chris Smith ( )


We were recently told that this piece, made entirely in the TPW studio, was Spyder’s most engaged piece of content in 2022. Constraints fuel creativity and we’re proud of this piece.

Client: Spyder

Executive Producer: Mike Arzt ()

Producer: Ian Fohrman ()

Director: Marshall Miller ()

Director of Photography: Andrew Hansen ()

Gaffer: Dan Stubbs ( )

Editor/Sound Design: Taylor Widmann ( )

Post Production Supervisor: Chris Smith ( )


Welcome to our home. For over a decade now we’ve been transforming Battery621 from a hollow shell of a warehouse into a hub of community and creativity. The latest update is the transformation of the South side of the 1st floor into the media lab, TPW’s new home. We tripled the size of our studio, expanded our edit suite, common areas, and client lounges.

It’s also fun to watch our resident drone ninja (and all around digital sensei) skills… single shot, through the building, out the back, and to downtown. Check it out!


New Brand Reel!

Why is it so dang hard to make work about ourselves? We’ve been so busy creating client work that this has taken way too long but… without further adieu.

As a small team, we've been fortunate enough to work on some incredible projects with amazing clients, and this reel is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved.

While we've been busy creating content for our clients, we also wanted to take the time to showcase our own skills and share our passion for filmmaking. We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed creating it.


This project started with high creative expectations but quickly grew into a monumental logistical and political challenge. Quanta energy is an S&P 500 company with 40,000 people and dozens of subsidiaries. We needed to get all the right stakeholders on board with an experimental film plan - something none of them had ever done. Once we got the right people aligned with our goals, the shoots were a pleasure. Huge thanks to everyone in the Quanta family who helped facilitate this process.

Client: Quanta Services - Drew Clark, Megan Raphael

Executive Producer: Mike Arzt

Producers: Bryan Harris, Drew Clark, Megan Raphael, Ian Fohrman, Marshall Miller

Director: Ian Fohrman

Director of Photography: Marshall Miller

Gaffer: Dan Stubbs

Editor/Sound Design: Taylor Widmann

Post Production Supervisor: Chris Smith

Custom Score: Kyle Joseph

Colorist: Brian De Herrera-Schnering

Photos from First Descents's post 02/20/2023

Pow was smashed, memories were made, art was created, music was played, and money was raised to change lives.

Another year of the Silverton Takeover Fundraiser in the books and it was the best year yet (of course we say that every year). The event raised over $100k for a program that we truly believe does life changing work.

Photos from The Public Works's post 01/17/2023

Throwback to when we were tasked to create these street fashion style stills for olympic inspired clothing line. We love when our clients present us with a challenge and the confidence to execute their vision, whatever that may be.
“It was truly fun to play in style of photography such as fashion that I have never experimented with before” - Dag

Creative director
Digital tech
1st assist


What’s more badass than this image? Our photo team was tasked with conceptualizing and creating imagery and a commercial for the launch of the new BB-Gun from
They burned the candle late into the night thinking up the mood through the lighting, location, and story for this one and the images speak for themselves.

Digital tech / editing


When it comes to creating epic imagery our photography team truly crushed in 2022. This shot was Macguyvered together with some elbow grease, a home made rain machine, lots and lots of creative thought, skill, knowledge and will power. Shot in the woods for one of our favorite clients
We were tasked with creating badass imagery of the new hunt clothing line and we're proud of the results.

Digital tech / editing
EP / Location / Talent wrangling / Driver / Chef : Mike Arzt


"Colby in Portillo"⁠

It’s always nice when you expect an “F-No!” as a response and get a “Hell yeah, sounds cool.”⁠

That’s what happened at when we asked if we can hover the helicopter above the in-use pool, and have chuck himself out in full ski gear. ⁠

We shot and other brands at , ever August for nearly a decade and this was the kind of kind, fun, accommodating hospitality we always received. ⁠

and also sent big off a booter into this pool the same night. We miss you guys!⁠

Saludos a Chile y Portillo!⁠


"HH Team"

This was the hardest damn week of our lives (but also one of the most fun).

As part of our work managing the HH Global Snow Sports Marketing program, we produced the annual fall team photoshoot for in our home state of Colorado. This included pre-building giant steel HH letters that the team would assemble into a massive rail feature to ski the next day at (), building these giant foam letters from recycled foam (that also featured in an Matchstick Productions () intro segment), an improvised urban rail shoot in front of the hotel, an on-hill photoshoot at , a ridiculous rollerskating party that almost killed a few athletes, an ill fated backcountry yurt adventure where we almost killed a few more athletes, and something else I’m sure… I think we’ve blacked it all out.

Those were fun years! Huge thanks to () and the entire HH team from that time () () () () () () ()

Photos from The Public Works's post 09/28/2022

"Spyder Kyds Studio"

We’ve done a lot of crazy sh%^ in our decade plus long run with Spyder (). Some of the more out-there concepts came out of ’s brain - including this one. All white food fight!

This is how the day started and it culminated in a full-on paint war, including kids hammering the Marketing Director with paint filled water balloons. We’ve also had giant birds, tiny ponies dressed as unicorns, and wolves in our studio. We love shooting the athletes crushing on-hill but also love crafting in the studio.


"The Track"

Gravel behind my eyeballs is the main thing I’ll always remember about the track. I’ll get back to that.

One of the first TPW jobs ever was building this massive archway for at a carting race track in Centennial. We had to bring this massive structure to the largest powder coat over in the state and after a week of non-stop building, we erected the monster hours before the grand opening.

Since that day we’ve had many fun days and late night races. Often battling each other through the s-turns under the light of the moon… which, unfortunately for eyeball health, is not enough light to wear a tinted visor.


Our work is f #$ing fun and “The Wall” is a newly created, ever growing shrine to the people and the process. The Wall celebrates almost 20 years of TPW antics and good times. It’s a monument to the amazing community of people we’ve had the pleasure of making stuff with throughout the years.

We’re going to start a tradition of telling Stories From The Wall on our social channels. We hope you have as much fun laughing at us as we do.

Photos from The Public Works's post 09/15/2022

A huge thanks to all the brand’s we’ve worked with that support getting people out into the woods and protect our public lands..

Velocity -
Benjamin -
Ravin -
Centerpoint -
Thor -
Silky Saws -
National Forest Foundation -
King’s Camo -
Airstream -
Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear -
Can-Am -
Backbone Media -
Tim Montana -
Pete Scobell -


Eating is our most elemental connection to the wonder and beauty of the universe. It’s something we all must do. Our food literally IS us. Whether you’re a city dweller dining at fine restaurants 3 meals a day, living in a food desert eating nothing but fast food, or a hunter gatherer of Papua New Guinea, you’re connected to this cycle as much as every other living organism on planet earth. It’s what connects us to each other and to the cycle of life. Food-culture, food-technology, and food-industry have shaped almost every aspect of the world we live in. Yet most people in America have no idea where their food comes from, what went into making it, what it does for and to their bodies, or what the process does to the world around them. Answering these questions is what brought us into the beautiful awe inspiring world of hunting.

We get to vote 3 times a day for the kind of world we want to live in. We vote as often as we can for a world with fewer factory farms and more protected wild spaces.

Photos from The Public Works's post 09/13/2022

We are beyond fortunate to live in a country that has historically prioritized public lands to the extent that we have. This shared endowment is among the most important that we as Americans and citizens of planet earth inherit. We have been privileged to travel the globe and it has engendered an understanding and appreciation for how special it is to have National Forest, Wilderness, Parks, and BLM land.

We’re proud that our annual hunting license fees go directly towards conservation efforts to keep these lands wild and ecosystems functioning. We’re proud to be part of a tradition that recognizes and supports the spiritual value of public land and protected wild spaces.

We would be remiss not to also mention some of the ugly history around these lands and our government's treatment of indigenous people. We strongly feel we can both acknowledge this painful history and still, in good conscience, support the continuation of the institution of protected public lands. We would take land that all people have equal access to over privatized, commercialized, extracted land, any day. Perfect can’t be the enemy of good and these lands are an unambiguously good.

Photos from The Public Works's post 09/12/2022

Adult onset hunting… We get more and more questions about this every year. Modern life is often void of so much of the connection humans crave on a deep, ancestral, instinctual level - connection to the land, our food, and the cycle of life and death. It seems people are identifying this lacking and increasingly see hunting as a remedy.

We’re proud to help provide whatever resources and information possible to get people out into the woods and experience this deeply mind-expanding life-enhancing pursuit.

One of the first places we send curious people is to an article written by our creative director, , for . It’s just a glimpse and a starting point… but it helps identify what questions to be asking.

Here’s to a productive, beautiful, awe inspiring season ahead.

Photos from The Public Works's post 09/09/2022

September is here and we can barely contain the excitement. Another full year of training and preparation has passed - tens of thousands of arrows down range, too much time/money getting our gear dialed, e-scouting, planning, second-guessing plans and re-planning, dialing in camping gear and hunt logistics, and the ever present daily effort to stay mountain-strong and ready to chase elk.

We already had an eventful and awe inspiring opening weekend and are ready to get back in the woods and on the high ridge lines tomorrow.

We’re wishing all you other archery hunters the best of luck in whatever you’re chasing! Please share your stories!

Photos from The Public Works's post 08/26/2022

Spending time with Kaycee () on his ranch in Utah was an absolute pleasure. The ranch and surrounding area is gorgeous and Kaycee is kind, humble, self-deprecating, smart, funny, and thoughtful. The real treat was to dive into his story and the mentality that allowed him to become the 7 time World Champion ba****ck rider. He prioritizes his mental game to an extent we’ve seen with few athletes (and we’ve been fortunate to work with many world class performers).

Kaycee is deliberate and diligent about his goal setting and visualization to the extent that much of his training revolves around it. We watched him saddle up one of his production horses (he trains horses to appear on shows like Yellowstone) and ride him in what appeared to be slow motion out of a gate in his corral built to simulate the gates on the pro rodeo circuit. It was strange to watch a world class athlete in one of the most violent and chaotic sports, training - over and over - in such a slow, controlled, and seemingly uneventful way. He told us that every detail of the madness of competition is coursing through his mind as he rides.

We’re excited that our partnership with Quanta Services, Inc. is now also a partnership with Kaycee as he is one of their lead ambassadors in the rodeo world.

****ckrider ****ckriderworldchampion

Photos from The Public Works's post 08/24/2022

We love when our industrial designers, fabricators, and engineers get to work alongside our media and marketing team. We started out as a small scrapping company with 3 of us doing everything. As we've grown we often work with separate clients between media and fabrication. When we get the opportunity to work side by side as a united TPW team - we can offer something truly unique.

This was one of those massive projects that begun with a big brainstorming session that could have gone a million different ways. We designed and fabricated custom experiences, printed our photos, looped our video on the jumbotron and inside a tent we designed. We built games, educational material, and hosted live speakers. Plus we captured it all. In the end, we created an awesome experience that rodeo goers will remember and created a lot of value for Quanta ().


A detailed portrait shoot like this takes a lot of people working together to make it work. We had amazing talent (models), shooting, as DIT and 1st assist, assisting, hair and make up by Sameera Ahmed, styling by Aaron Jones, retouching by and . It really takes a village of talented people to make these images work.

We shot these split portraits for print materials but quickly realized they were perfect for a short spot we were also working on. The talented Maddy () went to work and we created this little piece for the National High School Rodeo Championships jumbotron. We love when one creative endeavor feeds another.

Photos from The Public Works's post 08/22/2022

The best relationships develop over years of shared experiences. We've been working with Drew () for the better part of a decade and have shared countless trips and wild experiences around the globe. Our last experience with Megan () was an epic circumnavigation of Iceland to capture imagery.⁠

These two wonderful humans brought us into our newly forming relationship with Quanta (). We couldn't be more excited to tell stories with Drew and Megan about Quanta's amazing veteran programs, their push for green energy, their lobbying around EV infrastructure, and general mission of doing good and powering modern life. ⁠

200 Drone Light Show - Denver, Colorado - Ga***rd Rockies 08/05/2022

Hot drone on drone action. Fireworks meet your competitor with Hire UAV Pro. Hire UAV Pro have been a rock solid part of the Battery621 community for years. They continue to step up their game. Super fun to film their magic in action.

200 Drone Light Show - Denver, Colorado - Ga***rd Rockies The drone show tactical team is back at it again, with a dual launch of 200 drones at Ga***rd Rockies in Denver, Colorado.

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/21/2022

We met PT Wood at the years ago and immediately knew he was our kind of guy. Mayor of Salida and owner of Woods Distillery, he’s also a skier, mountain biker, river rat, and general alchemist of life. Woods Distillery () makes one of our favorite Rye Whiskeys in the world and some damn good Gin as well.

Their beautiful space in downtown Salida is equal parts rustic/cozy and modern/hip and they make a killer old fashion. PT has been a huge help on many of the shoots we’ve produced in town and we’ve been lucky enough to join him on a few mountain adventures. Cheers and Thanks PT!

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/15/2022

Salida Colorado ( - has become one of our favorite places to do work. The funky little town has the most eclectic mix of architecture you’ll find anywhere, bike trails out the back door, river life, plenty of nearby camping, good food, breweries and coffee shops, and an awesomely chill vibe. We’ve produced shoots here with and every one has been a hit. We can’t wait for our next excuse to hang in this awesome little place.

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/14/2022

Marshall () has been a rock at TPW for over a decade. It’s been a pleasure to watch him grow as a Director of Photography and now Director. Years of dedication, attentive study, and an incessant push towards improvement is obvious in his work. He can make a beautiful image that tells a story whether he’s working as DP on a brand film or capturing life in still frames with his carry-everywhere Fuji.

When we started working together his calm demeanor was SO relaxed that he earned himself the camp-name “Quaalude”. He’s since found his voice and always leads a set with an easy going, collaborative, inviting vibe that makes everyone’s work better (as long as the cookies on set live up to his discerning standards). He approaches life with a beautiful balance of flowing with the river and paddling forward - something we could all learn from.

Marshall has recently upgraded his dad-status from K9 to tiny human dad. All the qualities that make him great to work with - thoughtfulness, composure, empathy, curiosity, and his general propensity to give a s**t - are going to make him an amazing father. It’s been a kick ass ride together so far and we hope there’s another decade ahead.

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/13/2022

One of our favorite parts of our creative and outdoor communities is watching everyone push their passion projects. We're all hustling to make it work doing what we love and it's always awesome to see our friends succeed and to join them on the rollercoaster of a journey.

Go get a can of Wild Barn (), check out 's work to get inspired, and then go play, or make something, or whatever you're inspired to do.


Photos from The Public Works's post 07/12/2022

If you're a mountain biker you've heard of Fruita. Home of Mike the headless chicken, delicious pies at Hot Tomato (), and some of the flowiest desert riding in the world. The magic of this place is the sprawling network of trails with camping at the center. Most of the camping has become reservation only but there is still plenty of BLM free camping in the area. If you haven't ridden Zippy, PBR, and Joe's before... pack up your bike and get to 18 Road immediately.

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/12/2022

People don't usually think about wool clothes when it's 90 degrees in the desert but this Merino wool Smartwool gear is the s**t.

Timeline photos 07/07/2022

Sometimes you need to suffer for your art. Ian () knew he was allergic to Juniper trees but decided to awkwardly shimmy himself up there anyway (effectively ruining Dag's () angle). We'll let you decide whether the images were worth the hives.

Photos from The Public Works's post 07/05/2022

Emma Dunn () is a badass. She rips on two wheels - motor or not. Kind, funny, hilarious - she's a mountain bike coach living in Salida and she always brings the energy and humor to the party.

It was awesome sharing stories, laughs, and trying to stay on her rear tire while she guided us on her backyard trails. Within moments with the crew she became coach, guide, entertainer, and the rippingest rider in our crew. She also has a pretty wild survival/recovery story of a horrific dirt bike crash that added a badass rasp to her already awesome English accent.

We met Emma on an Airstream shoot years ago and we just clicked. She's become a mandatory call whenever we're in the area.


Photos from The Public Works's post 07/01/2022

To make good images of people having fun... people have to be having fun. Seriously, you can tell when it's faked or staged. Choosing the right team, including the talent, is key for this. It always helps when people are actually friends or at least have spent some time together.

After that, it's all about finding that right balance of working our asses off and fu***ng around. It's not always an easy balance to strike but we're always working toward it.


Photos from The Public Works's post 06/30/2022

We're lucky that we love almost all of the products we get to shoot. This Smartwool merino wool designed for hot days, is no exception. It's kept us cool and comfy in NYC, Austin, Fruita, and Salida. Whether we're shooting running, mountain biking, yoga in the park, or lifestyle, we're out in the elements pretty much all day and need gear that can keep up.


We're used to blizzards about 10,000'+ in the mountains, so a little inclement weather in the city is a walk in the park. Which works out perfectly since it started raining during our shoot in Central Park. We should probably knock on wood before saying this but we've never canceled a shoot due to weather. We've always found a way to adapt and often times the weather added drama, mood, interest to the images we created.

Creativity, composure, and grit are three of our core values so when we need to stay calm, figure out a way to get it done or utilize the weather to improve the shoot, and then deal with wet cold feet - our team is ready.

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