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“Hey Mike, I am helping organize an upcoming hackathon at Palm Coast City hall and want to invite your group of devs to attend and compete. There is a $12k prize pool as well as raffle prizes and free food all weekend long. This is a free event and any and all experience is welcome to come check it out. The event website is TechBeachHackathon.com for all the details.”

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