How to Start a School Supply Store

In order to start a brick and mortar school supply store, you would need these basics: a great location, a suitable budget, and a reliable whole supplier. In order to start the same kind of business on an online set-up, you would also need a suitable budget and a supplier. However, launching a business like this needs its own website and its own marketing strategy because the market base is too wide. It also needs the implementation of a payment scheme, plus a reliable delivery and shipping system.

You feel like a kid walking into a candy store.

That is how some people feel like when they go into a well-stocked, attractively decorated school supply store. As a potential school supply store business owner, you would want your customers to feel that way; this will actually ensure you that your customers will return to your store time and time again. So how do you go about it?

A school supply store can be a brick and mortar business and it can be an online business. For the sake of discussion, we will first try to tackle setting up a brick and mortar school supply store.

As a legitimate business venture, you may want to find a suitable place to set up shop. Location is a large variable when it comes to your store’s success, so choose wisely. A store near schools, campuses or training facilities guarantees that you have walk-in customers during store hours. Otherwise, you just may spend too much time and effort trying to beef up the foot traffic to your store – which may cost you a lot in the end. Setting up your store in a location where there is a high amount of foot traffic can also work to your advantage; these places include the malls, permanent fairs, expo / exhibit centers, etc. Only when you have chosen your “desired” spot can you actually apply for business licenses and permits. These should be prominently displayed in your store, preferably on the wall behind the cash out counter is located.

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Secondly, you should check your finances. Budget is important in this kind of business. Overhead expenses should include such basic necessities like supplies, store décor, physical structures for displays, rent, utilities, staff, security, etc. Your budget also dictates what kind and the volume of the supplies you can order in and sell. You should also set aside a specific amount of money for decorating purposes.

The third thing to check off your list is to actually get a wholesale supplier for all the stuff that you want to sell. There are different suppliers for different things of course. One of the things you need to do in order launch a successful school supply store is to watch out for trends. Although a school supply store needs these requirements: pen, paper, pencils, etc. - new trends in their production is usually a hit among young consumers for a certain amount of time. Flashing pens in neon colors may be the “in” thing for one season, and may be “out” in the next, for example.

Some school supply stores eventually branch out to different merchandises like pocket books, school books, school bags, etc. Unless you really have a large budget to back you up, these merchandises can wait until you can actually expand your store. One of the great advantages of having a school supply store is its potential for expansion. So don’t be impatient and try to cram as much merchandise in your store as possible. You will only lose more walk-in customers if they feel as if your space is too crowded.

On one hand, if you are trying to set up an online school supply store, you won’t need to find suitable location for your wares. You do, however, need to build your store’s own site and try to promote it as much as possible. Nothing defeats the purpose of putting up a store than a store that no has heard about. You need extra time and effort to launch a successful online school supply store, and make sure that it ranks high among the search engine results page or SERP. Your online store will also need your own list of wholesale suppliers.

But unlike the brick and mortar business, your online store would need an online payment scheme that works well and a shipping / delivery system that is more than reliable. Without these two, your business will not take off at all.

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177 Comments

  • Marcelle Jean-Francois said on May 25, 2008
    Yes, I'd like to start an online school supply store. Can you provide more information about wholesale suppliers and more detailed on how to go about it.
  • saneesh said on July 4, 2008
    Yes, it is good, I like to start a school supply store not only pen, ink etc, but also more other services like school uniforms etc.
  • Irving said on February 10, 2009
    I need to know some suppliers names, just in case. I have located a spot and only because I don't know suppliers name, I have not started to consider this seriously. I need to build a budget.
  • Kellye Ray said on February 17, 2009
    I want to start an online school supply store and possibly lease a small building in my local area. Can you provide more information about wholesale suppliers and more details on how to go about it.
  • Eleeneth D. said on February 24, 2009
    Yes, I want to start a school supply store in our place. Can you please give me an advise how much money will i provide to start this kind of business, because it's my 1st time to do this.
  • paula mcclure said on March 30, 2009
    Hi, I'm interested in starting a teacher office store but I am not aware of how to start off in doing so. I am a teacher who soon will lose my position due to budget cuts and I thought of starting a teacher supply store in my area since we don't have one. Thank you let me know....
  • Barbara Lewis said on April 22, 2009
    I am interested in starting a school. Can you send my any help and guidelines?
  • Rebecca said on May 4, 2009
    Hi, I'm interested in starting a teacher office store but I am not aware of how to start off in doing so. I thought of starting a teacher supply store in my area since we don't have one. Thank you let me know....
  • Daniel Bonilla said on May 4, 2009
    Thanks for the article it is a great starting point and yes, I'd like to start a teachers supply store. Can you provide more information about wholesale suppliers and more detailed on how to go about it.
  • larelyn said on May 15, 2009
    Please forward any info on wholesale suppliers for everything needed to start a home school supply store, including curriculum. Thanks, LArelyn
  • Jeff said on May 27, 2009
    We are considering starting our own teachers supply store, could you please inform us about wholesale suppliers and other required information needed for startup? Our initial startup will be online followed possibly by a brick and mortar store. Thank you
  • Kay said on June 24, 2009
    I am interested in starting an online teacher supply store and then eventually buying or leasing a building for the store. This is a very much needed business in our community. I would like to get suppliers names and contact info, and also more details on opening online. Thank you! Kay
  • Muriel Solomon said on July 22, 2009
    I am interested in starting a school supply store in my neighborhood. If you can provide information on wholesale suppliers, the startup cost and other pertinent information needed for this type of business this will be very helpful. Thank you
  • cheryl said on July 25, 2009
    I am interested in starting a supply store for home schoolers. Are there any grants available? Where do you find wholesale suppliers?
  • Sue said on August 20, 2009
    I am interested in starting a school supply store in my area. Can you provide us with wholesalers and start up information? Thanks, Sue
  • N. G. said on August 29, 2009
    Hello, well it seems as we all have the same question. Will you please provide me with wholesale suppliers and any available government help to open up a teacher supply store? Thank you
  • Dale T Hall said on October 11, 2009
    We have a great location and a need for this type of business. I need the suppliers or how to obtain suppliers or wholesalers. Thank you, D
  • CMC said on October 16, 2009
    Please forward any info on startup, wholesale suppliers for everything needed to start a brick store. I'm interested in doing this internationally. Is there any additional info on this? Thanks
  • kelly lights said on October 29, 2009
    I would like a list of suppliers curriculum textbooks and generally a list of all the merchandise i need in the store
  • nicole said on October 31, 2009
    We are in need of wholesale/bulk teacher supply website, etc. We would be supplying an area full of school but the nearest school supply store is over 30mi away. We would like to satisfy the teacher, student, & school. We will offer classroom supplies, basic school supplies, uniforms, etc.
  • Lawrencia said on December 2, 2009
    i need names and addressees of wholesale suppliers
  • juanita castilleja said on December 7, 2009
    hello i'm interested in starting a school supply/teacher supply store...i found a location that is ideal, right across from my daughters elem school actually there are 3 schools across the street. first time starting something like this, need to know good wholesale suppliers and to start out small...how much budget are we talking about..please advise...thanks.
  • Joy Seale said on January 21, 2010
    Brevard, Nc. USA. Trying to start a new business, need to know some range of budget expenses.
  • Renee Lynch said on January 28, 2010
    Hello, I also would like to know about information regarding wholesale suppliers for a teacher store and details on how to go about this
  • Nort A. Salatan said on February 7, 2010
    A small school supplies store is what I need to start when I retire.
  • Amy Mytnik said on March 21, 2010
    I am looking for good wholesalers for classroom supplies; bulletin board sets, borders, charts, posters, etc.
  • J Hawkins said on April 5, 2010
    I am looking for good wholesale suppliers for teacher store materials such as classroom supplies, bulletin board sets, borders, charts, posters, organizational supplies, etc. Also, do you know of any ways to possibly get a grant to start a new business?
  • dayo omoh said on April 11, 2010
    i am planning to start a school supply shop i would like to know if you can please send me the list of wholesalers u have to help me in this venture i am based in nigeria but would import the materials needed thanks and awaiting your reply
  • Jennifer Dobbins said on June 9, 2010
    Hi, I would like to open a school supply store that not only caters to elementary, but middle and high school also. We on have one in Fayetteville, NC and it caters more to elementary. I teaches computers. There is not a lot of things for your classroom such as for the bulletin board etc. Please email name of good wholesale suppliers for classroom supplies, bulleting, board sets, posters, student supplies, books/workbooks for all testing subject areas, ect. MY country is the USA
  • Abi da Rocha said on June 14, 2010
    I would like to start an educational warehouse catering for nursery, primary and secondary. Could you give me a list of manufacturers of different educational equipment etc inc IWBs please? I am based in Nigeria. Thank you
  • chris adkins said on June 24, 2010
    Looking to start an online business overseas to a unique group of teachers that have limited school supply availability. Can you submit wholesalers who might be able to ship internationally and a good business model for a school to school sales agency at first with hopes of having a storefront within 18 months of start up? Thanks Chris
  • Shevelia McGuire said on June 29, 2010
    I need names and numbers of wholesale suppliers for school supplies. Have started the process of starting a school supply store.
  • Sylvia said on June 29, 2010
    Please send me info on suppliers for school supply store in South Texas
  • Nicholos said on July 8, 2010
    I am interested in starting a teacher supply store in my town. I know a great location in mind and I know there is no store in in a 3-4 town radius. I'm interested in the whole sale supplier, how to get a business license and loan for the start, start cost, etc. and making a website to sell the products.
  • Jasmine said on July 9, 2010
    We had a school supply chain in our area and it has since gone out of business. A friend and I would like to open a store for the local teachers and parents. How would we do this? What are the first steps in setting up besides finding a location?
  • Jackie Carruth said on July 12, 2010
    Would like to open a teacher supply store as there is not one here in Baytown Tx, USA. Need to know how to find wholesalers, classroom supplies, bulletin board sets, posters, teacher aids, books, workbooks, flash cards etc. How to go about getting permits and licenses, as well as who to contact for loans or government loans, what kind of cash flow are we talking about, and anything else. I know about finding the location and supply and demand, but need the start up stuff. Thanking you in advance.
  • Leanne said on July 17, 2010
    I am interested in starting a teacher supply store in my area. I would like more information on how to do this. There is not a store in this area of VA. I would like to know what kind of permit, license, as well as who to contact for government loans. Thanks for your help.
  • Daniel said on August 9, 2010
    Great article! Please provide me with all of the information needed to open a Teacher supply store, permits to wholesale suppliers. Plainview, TX. Thanks, Daniel
  • Kathy Jones said on August 14, 2010
    Miami, Fl is where my partner and I plan to open the Teacher supply store.
  • Myrna Wright said on August 14, 2010
    i really want to open a school supply store in Miami, Fl 33142
  • Melissa said on August 21, 2010
    Please email name of good wholesale suppliers for classroom supplies, board sets, posters, student supplies, books/workbooks for all testing subject areas.
  • sandy said on August 22, 2010
    I would like to start a teacher supply store in my area, but I have no idea on what I would need for a budget. Also names of suppliers and how to get started. I would appreciate any information you have. Thanks Sandy W.
  • Beverly said on August 22, 2010
    Would like to start an online teacher supply store (GA). Is it very expensive to do such? Recommend any wholesalers?
  • Julia C. said on September 6, 2010
    On line business. Looking for a list of reliable school supply distributors. Thanks!
  • edna said on September 9, 2010
    I am into school supplies business for a year. Inventory of supplies is my first problem. Pls. provide ideas on how to efficiently inventory supplies in the fastest way possible. Pls. Recommend names of wholesale distributors.
  • Delia Alba said on September 19, 2010
    I am opening a teacher store and specializing in products in Spanish. Any suggestions for wholesalers that have quality Spanish material? Thanks
  • Winston Sanders said on September 21, 2010
    There are at least a dozen schools within a seven mile radius. The teachers and students have to drive about ten miles to the nearest supply store. I have extensive back ground in business and the means to set another one up. My 21 year old grandson and my 19 year old granddaughter would actually run the business, under my supervision. Right now I need sources for the material. I would assume that they would be located on the westcoast -- importing from China. Who can recommend the most reliable supplier.
  • Deynielver said on October 5, 2010
    hi and good day.I would like to open a school supply store and I had a good location already for this kind of business but still i need some of your good advises.. kindly please send me or forward some of the info about the wholesaler and suppliers.. and how to deal or contact them.By the way.. my business area just nearby in primary and secondary school which i could say ..i got a good target.thanks a lot and highly appreciated in advance.
  • Mrs Cohen said on October 7, 2010
    I would like to start an afterschool store, so that our students that come from 3p to 6p would have a chance to sell items and the profits will go toward helping children in foreign countries and sending cards and supplies to soldiers in the war on a monthly basis.
  • Mrs. Ore said on October 13, 2010
    My location will be Greenville NC. I need names of suppliers for school supplies, child care equipment and furniture.
  • A. Hill said on October 13, 2010
    Terrific article -- thank you. I have been searching for such advice/mentoring as I wrestle with starting such a business in our Florida hometown given the absence of educational stores there. If you have any additional information of greater depth into launching such a venture along with potential suppliers, I would be grateful to receive such mentoring.
  • Shawn D. said on October 19, 2010
    As a current owner of a teacher supply store, your first step should be to contact the National School Supply and Equipment Association (www.NSSEA.org). That is the major trade organization for both supplies and dealers. They host an annual trade show that brings everyone together. It is a MUST to attend because of the sheer volume of contacts you will meet.

    Owning a teacher supply store is NOT as easy as it looks. It is long hard days and many many school systems are cutting budgets to the bone --eliminating them as a source of income. So, I would also suggest working with your local Small Business Development Center or SCORE to put together a solid business plan. Make sure that you have the capital to invest in the location, inventory (teachers need LOTS of choices and will not be satisfied with only 2 or 3 items --try 6-12 different First Grade Math books), salaries, etc. Don't expect to see any profit --or any salary for yourself for at least a year or two.

    To sum up, NSSEA has many resources for beginning business owners and a mentoring program in place to nurture new owners. If you are serious at all about opening up such as store, you have to start with attending an NSSEA trade show. It will be the best money you ever spent on your store.
  • melody said on March 11, 2011
    i want to start a small educational supplies store in Minglanilla, can you please help me how to start? how much do i need to start the business? thank you.
  • Portia Sulit said on March 17, 2011
    Block 8 Lot 10 Royale Estate Subd. Bulihan Malolos Bulacan. A small school supplies store is what I need to start here in front of my rented house... can you please help me how to start? how much do i need to start the business? because it's my 1st time to do this.Pls. Recommend names of wholesale distributors near in my place.. thank you and God Bless!
  • Maricon Dizon said on April 6, 2011
    Hi! i'm really glad that i have open this site and read your article. I really would like to open a school supplies business and together with it are art crafts. Art crafts materials such as scrapbooking materials. Do you think this is a good idea? Hope to hear from you! I really need advises and suggestions!Tnx!
  • Ej said on April 9, 2011
    Hello.I have a starting capital of php20,000 to open up a small school supply store in my area in Pasig City, Philippines. Is this amount permits me to start a small business? The floor area is just about 6'x6'. Thanks.
  • Gladys Marie said on April 29, 2011
    i have my net cafe business on going and i want to put up a school supplies and office supplies business.i need to have suppliers.please help.thank u.. i am here in iloilo
  • PDA said on May 3, 2011
    Interested in starting a school and office supply store with also text books. Could you help with suppliers and start cost? I am outside the US but have a freight forwarder, so shipping would not be a problem. Tks.
  • marleen maglana said on May 15, 2011
    Hi! I would like also to start a online school supplies store I'm very keen to have my own business maybe this one will be a good idea.. Could you give me some points on how to start online, marketing and some suppliers I'm located in Davao City. Thank you.
  • Marie said on May 27, 2011
    Murphy, Quezon City Philippines. My location is near schools, good location. Interested in starting a school supply business. Can you please help me how to start with a 50 thousand capital, it's my 1st time to do this. I need names of suppliers for school supplies, maybe from Divisoria Outlets?? My location is along the market area near schools. Your urgent reply is well appreciated.Thank you very mucho.
  • Michelle said on May 27, 2011
    I am interested in starting a teacher supply store in a town that has explode in population and schools int the past 5 years. There is not one within a 50 mile radius. Could you offer some distributors/suppliers information. I am currently working with SCORE and they told me to utilize the internet but I have not found a whole lot.
  • Maria said on May 31, 2011
    I am interested in starting an office and school supply store. I would like to know about distributors/suppliers and wholesalers for my area. My location is in Puerto Rico. Through the internet search it has been very hard to locate
  • Angela Hayes said on June 4, 2011
    Would love to have additional information. I would like to know about suppliers and wholesalers in my area. Shreveport, Louisiana Thanks so much!
  • Rosalyn Magee said on July 26, 2011
    I would like to start a teacher supply store in my area. I'd like information on what I would need for a budget and names of suppliers. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  • gilbert said on July 27, 2011
    i am starting to have a school supply store in fact i have already my location in between two school campus but still i don't have the supplies, pls help me find some good wholesale supplier.thank you so much any info would be greatly appreciated.
  • margie miralles said on July 30, 2011
    yes ...i start my school supply business and i want to know the other good supplier who sell in low prize thank you and i really appreciated your help.
  • Emily said on August 19, 2011
    I am in Surprise, AZ and would love to start my own school supply business I would like to know suppliers that have great pricing. I have been looking online and haven't had much luck locating any. Thank you so much for your help.
  • ivette said on August 21, 2011
    i'm interested in opening a school supply store but i can't seem to find any suppliers. We already have a location across a school grades pre-k thru 9 grade. please help with suppliers. thanks. god bless you.
  • Spinder said on August 28, 2011
    Great article! I'm looking to open up a teacher's mart in The Bahamas...I would love to have a list of wholesale providers. Thank You!
  • nhelres said on September 14, 2011
    hi good day! me and my fiance are planning to start a school supply store in our town bansalan, Davao del Sur, since its our first time to have this business we would love to ask information on how much budget do we need and the list of wholesale suppliers near our place. thank you and more power!!!
  • Lucy said on September 16, 2011
    Would like to start a teacher's supply store with a different twist. Can you send me a list of suppliers.
  • Roxan Vocales said on September 23, 2011
    I would like to start a school supply business. Can you send a list of suppliers and some helpful tips. Thanks
  • Prescott Jordan said on October 2, 2011
    Hello, I am interested in starting an International Teaching supply store in Maryland, Texas, Arizona, Florida and The Bahamas. I am interested in starting online first then expanding to physical building. If I could get a list of suppliers as well as a list of consultants to help establish the business that would be great. Thanks
  • Yvon Boyd said on October 12, 2011
    I am a college student and have discovered the need for a book supply store, however, my school has a book store which distributes only books and material, but it has no supplies attached. How can I take advantage of this market in which is in great demand. Thank you.
  • Raymond Tapiador said on October 28, 2011
    i am really interested for small business like selling school supplies. i want to know the other good supplier who sell in low prize please contact me +639165468192 or brunei mobile +6738886357.thank you and i really appreciated your help. How much capital to start? i'm from pangasinan. my budget is P50,000.
  • Letitia Webb said on October 30, 2011
    I am very interested in starting a school supply store In Dunn, NC. It is a centrally located area with a large amount of schools in the area as well as Campbell University. Teachers in our area must travel to either Fayetteville or Raleigh to buy supplies. I don't know exactly how to go about starting and this and would love some information on what to do- budget, wholesale, etc... Thanks!
  • Betty R said on November 2, 2011
    I am in Atlanta, georgia and would like to start online school supply store with national brand supplies only like elmer glue, etc. Could you please provide me names of some wholesale school distributors. I want notebooks, pencils, blunt scissors...etc
  • Marilou Jusi said on November 23, 2011
    i'm planning to start an educational supply store. in fact i already have a place to be rented. but pls provide me with lists of reliable suppliers. i'm from the Philippines, particularly in North Cotabato, Mindanao. Davao City is also accessible here so if you can recommend suppliers from davao city, it is much better.
  • ARNEL DELA CRUZ said on December 19, 2011
    I am planning to put up an educational store here in the US. I would like to cater on school supplies, instructional aids and classroom materials. Any information you can give me with regards to things I need to consider to start up my business, capital, and suppliers. Thanks.
  • Geralyn Anapio said on January 29, 2012
    I want to put up an educational store because I realize that all of my co-teacher even me always have a problem every year on where to buy educational materials as well as school supplies,and classroom materials.I want to know a good supplier because i have only 50,000 to 70,000 budget only. I am from Cardona Rizal.Please provide me the list of good suppliers here in the philippines for my business plan.Thank you and God bless us.
  • Ems said on February 20, 2012
    I am planning to put up a school supply in our town. would it be of help if i will put up this business in a rural area? planned business is at Lambunao, Iloilo and Patnongon, Antique. I would be grateful if you could provide me the list of the best suppliers here in the philippines. Thank you very much.
  • Trina said on February 20, 2012
    Want to start an upscale teacher supply store with work rooms, craft and scrapbook rooms and services offered in other areas. Also sell school and university merchandise for every school school in the areas .
  • Elena said on February 21, 2012
    I want to open a school supplies business in my house, so people would order from me directly. Could you help me with the suppliers list in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!
  • Olly said on February 22, 2012
    Will like to start a school supply store, need a list of wholesalers to start with. Items would be shipped so need wholesalers who would be able to support with that. Business is based in Nigeria. Thanks
  • Olly said on February 22, 2012
    My business will also provide educational toys and games for children 0-12. Any information on suppliers in this area would also be appreciated. Thanks
  • badz said on February 26, 2012
    hi.. I'm planning to have school & office supplies.. an online business.. can you give me any info of suppliers that could offers less prices.. Davao City philippines..Thanks
  • renren said on February 26, 2012
    i do have all the prerequisites just want the wholesalers suppliers list for the merchandise that i need to put up the business. please help me.. please forward me the list if you have.. i am in tagum city, philippines.. thank you...
  • anna said on March 2, 2012
    we have a project about business and the business that i choose is school supply how much money do i need
  • jane said on March 18, 2012
    Hi! i'm from isabela negros occidental.. i would like to start a school and office supplies store. can you provide me some tips and list of wholesale supplier please? thanks and more power....
  • jessica said on April 6, 2012
    I want to start a retail school supply business. I spotted a location in front of a university and high school. I am from manila, philippines.
  • eloisa barreno said on April 11, 2012
    In front of University of the East Caloocan City, Samson Road We want to start a retail school supply dis coming school opening, will you please help us to find wholesale supplier. tnx's and God bless!
  • Cathy said on April 21, 2012
    Florence, sc 29501. United States I'm looking for school supply wholesale suppliers. Thank You for your time.
  • tjameson said on April 30, 2012
    I am considering a brick and mortar retail store as well. While researching the mark up on teacher and school supplies and cannot find any thing that tells a percentage mark up. Could you give me an idea on what I could expect on average?
  • Helen M. Monterde said on May 19, 2012
    Hi, I'm in Gensan i started already a school supplies, xerox copier and etc my business area is beside the school but i want to know other good supplier of less price specially bond paper and powder for the machine.. and it is better if they give me a consignment pls. contact my number 09194411791 thank you so much for the space to chat for God bless .....
  • net said on June 3, 2012
    good day. kindly give me some tips and list of good wholesalers and suppliers for school and office supplies here in Philippines. my proposed business plan:: Wholesale and retail of School/office supplies. Site:: Iloilo. thank you for your time. i'm waiting.
  • Jebcoolkids said on June 18, 2012
    I had just purchased some other material on how to open a Toy and book store. I'm definitely interested in how to go about locating good wholesalers for a school supply store. I feel as if I could combine the two if I had good wholesalers. I'm in Los Angeles CA... any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  • Tobi Ojo said on June 24, 2012
    Interested in starting a school and office supply store with also text books. Could you help with suppliers and start cost? I am outside the US but have a freight forwarder, so shipping would not be a problem. Tks.
  • Melanie said on June 26, 2012
    I'm interested in school supply store in my place in Tuyan Naga Cebu 6037. Could you help me with suppliers and cost? thanks.
  • Rocku said on June 29, 2012
    Hello, I'm very much interested in opening a school supply store. Any ideas where to get a good supplier and how much do they charge in their shipping as I live in the north. I would also like to know where to get a good and cheap medals, trophies, plaques and the likes commercial and customized. Thanks!
  • irene omenuko said on July 1, 2012
    Hi, I would like to start a school supply store. I live in Abuja Nigeria. I've found a great location but i am at a loss as to find wholesale stockist. Pls can u help send a list of possible stockist. I am aware i would have to ship a lot of things. Many thanks. Awaiting your response.

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