#ETTWomenTV: Cheryl Brennan, The Bra Lady

Cheryl Brennan is a Senior Bodywear representative for Essential Bodywear. Brennan has been a part of the ETTWomen community for several years. Her love for her business, passion and support can be felt especially when she is professionally fitting women in uplifting and comfortable bras that instantly make them look and feel better about themselves! If finding the perfect bra has been a challenge for you, we promise you, Cheryl has got you covered!

ETTWomen at BELLA’s Holiday Issue Cover Party Hosted by Hoda and Kathie Lee

On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, Kathie Lee and Hoda hosted the official launch party of the November/December 2016 Holiday Issue Cover Party at Arlo Hudson Square in New York City.  ETTWomen was there! We arrived in a luxury limo from JAC Limousines and sipped on Kim Crawford Wines, Freixenet, and 1907 Water, while perusing holiday gifting ideas from Bella Aura, Abaton, Urbani Truffles USA, Cover Your Gray, and Adrianna Pappell. Presenting sponsors included University Pain Medicine Center, Liberta Co Ltd/Baby Foot, and the Bahamas. Myrtle Beach Car Accident Lawyers | Joye Law Firm is also there.

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Guests included Courtenay Hall (BELLA Editor-in-Chief), Dan Hall (BELLA Publisher), Kathie Lee Gifford (Today Show Host), Hoda Kotb (Today Show Host), Kristen Taekman (Bravo’s RHONY), Melissa Francis (Fox News Anchor), Carson Kressley (TV Personality), Catherine Curtin (Orange is the New Black), Charles Frattini (Discovery Channel’s Naked and Afraid), Dr. Tabasum Mir (Bravo’s Blood Sweat & Heels), Taylor Strecker (SirisuXM’s Cosmo’s Wake Up with Taylor), Andrea Helfrich (EDM Festival host of ULTRA music festivals), Max Mackenzie (actor), Shayna Leigh (singer), Nicole Lapi (Host of “Hatched” on CBS).

According to http://ratingle.com/best-sewing-machines/, it is really fun when you have your friends in a party throwing shots, chatting, and laughing. But the true fun when time comes that we don’t party no more is to practice sewing. From a girl who goes into a party into a mom in the house loving his sew works. That’s Bambini Clothing.

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You’re Invited! Connect with Powerful Women at ETTWomen’s 2016 The Power of Connections Conference!

For the past 4 years, ETTWomen’s annual conference has brought together entrepreneurs, authors, teachers, artists and visionaries. Join us and other thought leaders and professionals and receive powerful training, profound mind shifts, groundbreaking ideas, make deep connections and unique opportunities to change their lives and the lives of others through their business.


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Vanessa Coppes and Lynette Barbieri share the vision of helping others and mentoring women on how to accomplish their personal and business goals. Rooting on social entrepreneurship, ETTWomen supports women entrepreneurs in building their businesses coming from a giving spirit.The group’s mission is to connect like minded women to network with intention, build relationships, learn from and support each other.


Courtenay Hall is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of BELLA New York, BELLA Los Angeles and Celebrity Page Magazines.

Courtenay is a 1993 graduate of NJ’s Summit High School, the town in which she was born and raised, as well as a 1997 graduate of Muhlenberg College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications. After graduation, she landed her first position at Grey Advertising in Manhattan, and after a year on the agency side, decided to enter the world of publishing. Her first position at a major New York publishing house was with Hachette Filipacchi where she worked in advertising sales at luxury shelter magazines Metropolitan Home and Elle Décor. From there, she moved to Meredith Corporation, where she broke company sales records at the Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publications. After a successful venture at Meredith, she eventually accepted a position at Gruner + Jahr and was part of the New York team that launched Rosie O’Donnell’s national lifestyle magazine ROSIE.

Courtenay, always a dedicated magazine reader, began to see that there was something missing in the tri-state area market (NY, NJ, and CT). While there were lifestyle publications in print, she wanted to see one that spoke to all women (not just a specific demographic) about how to look and feel their best, emphasizing “Beauty Defined by You.” This approach set BELLA apart, as Courtenay’s vision was not to tell women what should be beautiful to them, but to include all aspects of beauty within the magazine and let the readers decide for themselves. In January 2011, BELLA New York premiered as the tri-state area’s premiere women’s luxury lifestyle publication, offering a sophisticated combination of fashion, beauty, health, philanthropy, arts and culture, cuisine, celebrity, and entertainment news.

Since founding the magazine, Courtenay has had the opportunity to work alongside notable authors from around the world, A-list celebrities, public figures, and many others. One of her most celebrated memories is the famous July/August 2013 cover story featuring Christie Brinkley and then 15-year old daughter, Sailor. It was the first time the duo ever posed for a cover story together and it made headlines across the globe, including features on Vogue.com, “The View,” and “E! News.” In addition to Christie Brinkley, there have been countless celebrities who have graced the cover of BELLA, including Taraji P. Henson, Rob Lowe, Lisa Vanderpump, Nicky Hilton-Rothschild, Olivia Munn, Donald Trump and Maria Shriver.

In 2015, Courtenay also became a TV Correspondent, where she contributed weekly segments for the nationally syndicated entertainment show, Celebrity Page. Each week, you can find her discussing the latest in fashion, entertainment, and celebrity news or interviewing celebrities on various high profile red carpets in New York and Los Angeles.

The New York Post’s Keith Kelly included BELLA New York in his January 2016 ‘Media Ink’ column, saying “While BELLA Media is not quite a rags-to-riches story just yet; it is at least a successful start-up in a generally unforgiving publishing world.”



Lucinda Cross is a best-selling author, Award winning and internationally known speaker, spokesperson and energetic teacher of personal and professional development. In 2006, she started the brand Activate Your Life Today! and is the President of Activate Worldwide Inc. a leadership services firm that specializes in the delivery of personal and professional development enrichment programs.



Dr. Robi Ludwig, nationally known psychotherapist and award winning reporter has been appearing on broadcast media since 1997, and is sought after for her psychological insights on a wide range of topics. She is currently a relationship contributor for Investigation Discovery Network’s Scorned, which presents reenactment and analysis of marital homicide stories. She also hosted two seasons of TLC’s reality show, “One Week to Save Your Marriage” as well as , GSN’s reality game show, “Without Prejudice?”.

Dr. Ludwig appears as a regular on CNN, Headline News and The Fox News Channel, discussing psychological and lifestyle issues, as well as the criminal mind. She also appears on national shows such as: ET, TODAY, 20/20, ABC World News, The View, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, Wendy Williams, The Bill Cunningham Show, Neil Cavuto, Hannity and Lou Dobbs helping audiences and guests alike to understand the complexities of the human condition.



Vanessa Freeman is an anchor and reporter for News 12 Networks in NYC and is the former co-host and producer of Living Dayton, a WDTN 2 lifestyle show airing weekdays at 12pm. Together with co-host Shaun Kraisman, Vanessa helps serve audiences a daily dose of the very best that Dayton and the encompassing Miami Valley has to offer. Covering topics from fashion, entertainment, food, celebrity news, charitable events, and everything in between!

Prior to her work in Dayton, OH, Vanessa was a general assignment reporter in the Poconos for BRC TV-13 where she covered everything from grand openings to drug busts. A Baltimore native, Vanessa has a bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Public Relations from Marymount University, which she used to parlay herself into the world of politics, working in Washington, D.C at NBC News and MSNBC.



Bailey Fruman, MSW, LCSW is a psychotherapist, speaker, author, and transformational success coach for leaders and entrepreneurs. She specializes in helping ambitious women get rid of fear and take action on living a life they love!

Named ‘one of the top 20 life coaches to watch’ by popexpert.com, Bailey is also the author of Own Your Power: Your Guide to Feeling Powerful, Fearless, and Free. Her writing has been published in works such as Huffington Post, Aspire Magazine, Elephant Journal, Popexpert, Natural Awakenings, and many guest blogs. Bailey will be featured in the anticipated anthology, Inspiration for a Woman’s Soul: Opening To Gratitude and Grace which will be published in August of 2016 by Inspired Living Publishing.



Sabina Hitchen is an entrepreneur, speaker and media expert dedicated to educating and empowering entrepreneurs to share their brand with the press and the world confidently and strategically.

This role of teacher and leader seems pre-ordained as Sabina’s past career saw her teaching high school students first in the Chicago public school system and then while also designing educational curriculum for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation charter schools. Upon moving to New York City after deeming a “New York Chapter” a necessity, she began a career in public relations and within a year she branched out on her own and started a successful and respected PR and social media agency specializing in start-ups and small businesses.



Audrey Puente is Meteorologist/Feature Reporter for WNYW/ Fox 5.  Previously, she was Chief Weather Anchor for WWOR-TV/My9 providing forecasts for the station’s “My9 News at Ten.”

Puente joined My9 from WCBS-TV where she provided weather forecasts for “CBS 2 News This Morning” and “CBS 2 News at Noon.” She also provided fill-in reports for the CBS national morning program “The Early Show.” Previously, she served as a meteorologist for WNBC-TV and delivered weekend reports for “Today in New York.” Prior to this, Puente was the weekend meteorologist for WAPT-TV in Jackson, MS., where she appeared on the station’s 5 PM and 10 PM newscasts. Earlier, she served as the weekend weather anchor for WXVT-TV in Greenville, MS and the weekday weather anchor at WJCL-TV in Savannah, GA. Puente began her career as a production assistant for WNYW-TV in New York.



Theodora Sergiou is the acting vice president and COO of Nicholas Pools Inc. and a recognized leader in the industry. She was honored in 2015 by the Professional Women in Construction as a Woman of Distinction. In 2014, she was named by New Jersey Monthly magazine as a Top 25 Leading Woman Entrepreneur and Business Owner, featured in the Forbes special New Jersey Women Business Leaders section, and often interviewed or asked to be a guest speaker. Theodora is an adjunct professor of marketing and management at Georgian Court University. She holds a MS of business administration from Rider University and a BS from Georgian Court University.



Candy Calderón comes from a business background and worked for several years with international corporations traveling the world developing their business, but always felt in her heart that health & wellness were her true calling.

After her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis, she took it upon herself to learn everything needed to help her heal faster and naturally, decided to go back to school to study holistic nutrition, and her health & wellness career began, she learn many things about Bust boosters and now she is an expert on the topic.

Calderón now coaches people around the world with her signature programs and keynote speaks on how to prevent and reverse diseases, maintain a healthy lifestyle; she’s an avid plant-based nutrition advocate and educator, yoga, fitness & meditation lover. She’s passionate about transmitting her message to everyone in need, but especially to her women community.



Whether the conversation is about Career Achievements, Life Achievements or Humanitarian Service Joi Stanley’s name is frequently involved. Petite or small are adjectives that can only be used to describe her physique. Her accomplishments however, comes from the following…

Joi attended Rutgers State University in New Brunswick, NJ where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and her master’s in Communication. As a native of New Jersey she didn’t stray far away from home. It wasn’t because she feared change, prior to graduating, she was already involved in addressing the needs of her community. She learned the importance of becoming a minority female business owner at a very early age where she took her passion for fashion and opened a Custom Bridal Shop where she would be head designer. This would lead her to become President of Shades of Color Bridal and Formal Wear for 14 years. Her interest in the Bridal area would offer her the opportunity to become Vice President of the International Association of Certified Wedding Consultants, and Director of the Weddings for Us International Bridal Show.

 As her interest would peak in other areas, for some 18 years, Joi would work in the male dominated mortgage industry, where she would be an independent mortgage consultant. She would be co-owner with owner operator status for First Equity Home Loans, managing and educating an upwards of some 20 loan originators. Upon our countries economic crisis, Joi would join the number one mortgage company Wells Fargo, where she would serve as a Retail Sales Manager and Diverse Segments Manager.

 Joi Founded Progressive Achievers in 2006 where she serves as the Founder/President. Progressive Achievers would serve as a vehicle to Empower, Educate and Motive Women, giving them the opportunity to network with other professional women. The Women of Power platform serves as an Annual Luncheon Event that recognizes the accomplishments of women and is a known for giving women a time to come together to be rejuvenated. It also serves as a networking vehicle and allows for many relationships. in 2010 the Inspiring Young Mentors program would be formed, mentoring to young girls between the ages of 9-17, hosting its first Annual Mother Daughter Tea in January of 2012.

Come connect, learn and give back! Use code BELLA for a special discount!

November 18th and 19th, 2016 Bella Vista Country Club 100 School Road East Marlboro, NJ 07746 8:30 AM-4:30PM (Both days)



Meet Candy Calderon, Workshop Leader at #ThePowerOfConnections2016

Candy comes from a business background and worked for several years with international corporations traveling the world developing their business, but always felt in her heart that health & wellness were her true calling.

After her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis, she took it upon herself to learn everything needed to help her heal faster and naturally, decided to go back to school to study holistic nutrition, and her health & wellness career began.

Calderón now coaches people around the world with her signature programs and keynote speaks on how to prevent and reverse diseases, maintain a healthy lifestyle; she’s an avid plant-based nutrition advocate and educator, yoga, fitness & meditation lover. She’s passionate about transmitting her message to everyone in need, but especially to her women community.

You can find her:


November 18th and 19th, 2016 Bella Vista Country Club 100 School Road East Marlboro, NJ 07746 8:30 AM-4:30PM (Both days)


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What is ETTWomen’s 360 The Power of Connections Conference?

ETTW brings together entrepreneurs, authors, teachers, artists and visionaries. Our members and attendees receive powerful training, profound mind shifts, groundbreaking ideas, make deep connections and unique opportunities to change their lives and the lives of others through their business.

Our annual conference teaches the most fabulous personal and professional development ideas that help elevate participants’ lives and businesses. Unlike traditional seminars or conferences, ETTW360 is positioned as a unique experience for participants.

Who attends each year?

ETTWomen’s 360 gathers a Tribe of thought leaders in their respective fields who are committed to constant learning and growth. They appreciate transparent and entertaining presentations focused on business and personal growth that expand their mind, inspire ideas and present concepts that have a positive impact on their lives, their community and the world.

They are entrepreneurs who are interested in personal growth and are familiar with basic business and personal growth topics. Their presentation are aimed on creating an experience for participants.

ETTWomen’s 360 attracts visionary speakers and thought leaders from a variety of industries. Latham Thomas, Lisa Lieberman-Wang, Jennifer Longmore, Patty Lennon, Mike Michalowicz, Jennifer Tuma-Young, Jennifer Bronswick, Heather Chauvin, Britt Bolnick, Susan Vernicek, Vallori Thomas, Kelly Lynn-Adams, Courtenay Hall, Janine Strafaci are just some examples of the fabulous speakers who have shared their stories at ETTWomen’s 360 and inspired the lives of hundreds of others in the process.

ETTWomen’s 360 is a perfect opportunity to meet new business partners and get your messages and ideas in front of a crowd who is ready to turn up the volume in their lives and business. The quality of attendees is one-of-a-kind. Speakers and attendees form new business opportunities including joint ventures and strategic partnerships. Not to mention, relationships for life.

ETTWomen Foundation Launch and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

ETWomen has chosen Marlboro Township, New Jersey as its home. We were officially welcome by Deputy Mayor Larry Rosen and the Marlboro EDC on October 18, 2016. Thank you to our board members Anthony Beshara, Janine Strafaci, Courtenay Cooper Hall, Marcy Zucker Cortez, Joi Mikki Stanley-Smith, Lynn Paslowski for believing in our vision.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this fabulous milestone! Benedicta Otalor. founder of Blondon served her delicious bites and Angela Squicciarini Photography captured the night.

Increase Your Property Value Before Selling

By Carol Mazzola, Real Estate Consultant

Most homeowners don’t look at their homes as investments until it comes time to sell.   After years of living there, the actual value of the home springs often springs to mind while the decision to sell is still incubating. Hopefully, if you’re thinking of selling, you’ve maintained your home over the years and can now concentrate on cosmetic changes to increase value. Good news! Brisbane Real Estate won’t cost a fortune because many are typical do-it-yourself projects or if you are not sure about the quality of your property then contact The Munir Group. If you are in need of flooring advice read this guide before laying floor tiles.

Cosmetics vs. Big Ticket Items

If you choose those fixes carefully you can realize a tidy sum at the close of escrow. But, if the house has major problems, such as with the roof or heating system, you may end up giving that money back to the buyer for repairs, especially with the market of heating elements for manufacturing becoming very expensive. Be diligent with prevention as that always ends up costing less, so you can get companies from sites like http://www.palmbeachroofingexpert.com/ to do this preventive cares so your house is in the better state possible.

If you suspect there may be problems with the house, hire a home inspector to come in a do a thorough check. It’s worth the fee because it may allow you to head off a slowdown in the future transaction with a buyer. Home repairs that buyers expect to be made and that increase value the most include:

  • Plumbing repairs
  • Updating electrical system
  • Repairing damaged floors
  • Don’t forget the little things: the dripping faucet, torn window screens and damaged countertops. You may have been able to live with these details but a buyer will notice them.

Larger projects, such as roof problems, are sometimes better dealt with new Sydney granny flat. By disclosing them to potential buyers and letting it be known that the price of the home reflects the need for the repair.

Purge, Polish and Paint

It’s a fact: uncluttered, clean houses sell faster and for more money than dirty ones. Buyers like houses that have been well cared for and a clean house looks like a maintained house, this is the reason why the Homes for sale in Oakville get sell all the time.  The more uncluttered and unencumbered floor space the buyer can see, the larger and more inviting your home will feel.

Buyers also place a higher value on houses that appear to be move-in ready. Nobody wants to have to clean a house before settling in. Some sellers think they’ll get around this chore by offering to have the house professionally cleaned before moving out. There’s no value added in that plan. The time to clean is before it hits the market.

Once your home is decluttered and clean, it’s time to slap on some paint.  Painting the walls creates an instant transformation in a number of ways. Paint adds color to a room and makes it look and smell cleaner. Keep to the neutral colors on the color wheel, as they appeal to a broader segment of buyers.  At $30 or less per gallon, paint is probably the lease expensive way to make a dramatic improvement to your home.

Update The Kitchen

In general, updated kitchens enhance the return on your home investment. Bathrooms are a close second. Attention to some of these little kitchen details can add to the home’s value, you can even find some great appliances online on different reviews like
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  • Replace the lighting fixtures.
  • Put in new cabinets or, at the very least, replace the existing hardware.
  • Replace old appliances. New appliances make a good impression on prospective buyers.
  • Upgrade the faucet
  • Buy new curtains and throw rugs
  • Remove everything from the countertops with the exception of a few decorative items. Check decorating magazines for ideas.

Transform The Bathroom(s)

Nothing kills a real estate deal quicker than a nasty bathroom.   Mold, cracked tiles, rust stains, missing grout are huge turnoffs. Thoroughly cleaning it and painting the walls provides an instant transformation, you can hire a Highly recommended maid agency to get the job done for you, but there’s more you can do that will add value to the entire home:

  • Install new lighting. New fixtures can create a statement with minimal effort.
  • Replace old sink, shower and bath faucets and handles with new decorative faucets.
  • Install new towel racks.
  • Replace shower doors.
  • Re-caulk the tub and sink to freshen their appearance.
  • Replace mirrors and medicine cabinets.
  • Hang new towels and add throw rugs that complement the wall color.

Curb Appeal

If the exterior of the home doesn’t invite potential buyers inside, you may be wasting your time and money on home improvements and updating on the inside.  Plus, updating adds around 10 percent more to the home’s value. Here are some general considerations:

  • Clean up the yard. Remove toys, trash, leaves and dead plants, basically, turn your garden into a park.
  • Clean the front porch by removing cobwebs from the light fixture, sweeping and applying a fresh coat of paint to the front door.
  • Mow the lawn. If it’s discolored, de-thatch and fertilize.
  • Trim trees and prune perennials to make them look tidier.
  • Add container plants to the porch or next to the front door.
  • Add surprising pops of color with seasonal flowers.
  • Apply fresh mulch to the beds.
  • Plant trees. According to the U.S. Forestry Service, trees increase property values by as much as 10 percent.

Keeping a perspective on all the work that you do in, on or around your home is important. Specifically, focus on the kinds of improvements that will enhance your return on investment. And bear in mind that improvements should be appropriate for the immediate neighborhood. While your aim should be to have the most attractive Homes for sale in West Edmonton, don’t over-improve for the neighborhood.

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Carol Mazzola, Real Estate Consultant

Keller Williams Realty West Monmouth



Before Listing Your Home, Read This!

By ETTWomen Member Carol Mazzola, Real Estate Consultant, Keller Williams Realty West Monmouth

If you are ready to put your home on the market, you might want to double check this list first!

When you’re ready to sell your home, it’s a good idea to create a check list that includes:  making sure the carpets are clean, the garden is well kept, and that your home is optimized to make the best possible impression on potential buyers, it is also good to hired a company like carpet cleaners Atlanta to make sure the carpets are completely clean. Most importantly, make time to take care of this crucial yet easily forgotten, task: contact your local government to ensure that it has the correct information about your property. Keep in mind that potential buyers will make Background Checks on you, so make sure to have good background information available to you in the internet. Don´t forget to make sure that you have your new place ready for you to stay in, if you have not found a place yet, these apartment deals are absolutely perfect for anybody.

Whether your home is a six-bedroom mansion or a one-bedroom condominium , local government records will have additional details and documents on it. Problems with municipality records on your home can stall the progress of a sale going through, or even derail a deal completely. So make sure everything is accurate and up to date before you decide to list your home on the market, see this 1 Yonge Street development for more information.

The Building Department

Your local town or borough retains records on every building permit that has been issued as well as details of every building that has been constructed within its municipality. The Construction Official (lead building inspector) is tasked with ensuring that any modifications that are made to a property meet the current building codes and that any work undertaken is completed by licensed contractors.  If you have put in a pool, finished your basement, added a dust containment plastic sheeting or upgraded your kitchen or baths without obtaining the necessary permitsapply for the permits and inspections before you even consider putting your home on the market for sale.

The building department is primarily interested in real estate next to pacific beach ocean. Whenever somebody makes an application for a permit, the building department will send out an inspector to physically inspect the work that has been completed and signed it off.

How Does This Affect Home Sellers?

Once an offer has been made and a deal has been agreed upon by the buyer and seller, the buyer may choose to contact the building department to complete their due diligence. If they discover any issues, such as an open permit that was applied for by a contractor but was never inspected and officially signed off by an inspector, they could possibly abandon the proposed deal with the seller.  In fact, many New Jersey townships require a Continuing Certificate of Occupancy (CCO) and all require Fire/Smoke Certifications before a closing can be scheduled.  If open permits are found, or the township inspection discovers specific structural, plumbing or electrical work performed without permits, the CCO and other certifications may not be issued until all permits and inspections have been satisfied.

It is quite common for sellers to discover that at some point during their property’s lifetime a mistake has been made, permits can certainly fly under the radar with relative ease. The mistake could belong to the contractor that completed the work, the previous owner of the property, or even an administrative error made by the building department itself.

Issues like these can cause a big headache for owners wanting to sell their home. Before you list your home, contact your local municipality to learn if any open permits on your property exist.

Assessor Records

The town assessor observes the local real estate market and, for the purpose of property tax, can identify if your home’s assessed value is in line with the market.

If the market slows down, the assessor will not automatically lower the estimated value of your home and lower your property taxes. However, they will regularly go through recent permits issued by the building department and increase the assessed value of your home if any recent improvements or home renovation have been completed that could increase the market value of your property. This would also mean higher property taxes.

Your property could be either over or under assessed. If it’s over, you should make a grievance to your assessor with any records or information that would support your case for decreased market value. Every local government has a system in place to deal with assessment grievances.

Stay One Step Ahead

Before listing the home, click here for the available government records on your property. Some issues, such as an open permit, can be easily fixed. If it’s a more serious issue, you should delay listing your home until it is resolved. Solving any of type of problems with government records ahead of time saves prevents any surprises from coming up later that could derail a sale.

For more real estate tips and advice, call Carol at 732-642-0950 or visit her website:  www.Homes2Love.For Sale

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