CXL Live 2017

3-Day Growth & Optimization Event. April 5 to 7 San Antonio, TX

The most useful optimization conference.

Be part of the highest quality growth & optimization topics discussions live.

  • Everyone stays together for 3 days (full resort booked for the event). Ticket includes 2 hotel nights and all meals.
  • All speakers are world class practitioners (hand-picked lineup)
  • Huge focus on the quality of learning from peers
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Three key reasons to attend:

(or what makes CXL Live special)

The best practitioners in the world teaching you their best stuff

This event will make you money. You can learn from the people who do the absolute best work in their field. All of our speakers are hand-picked. No fluff, no pitches - pure practical content. It’s less inspiration and more how-to. Model what the best are doing and boost profits for any business you work on. Speakers stick around for the full 3 days, so you can pin them down for a 1:1 session.

Relationship building by design: everyone stays together for 3 days

The event takes place in the outskirts of the city, away from distractions. All attendees and speakers stay in the same place, nobody leaves. This facilitates quality conversations and helps you form bonds for life with all your peers. The outcome is high quality networking, discussions, learning. And great parties. No other event does content, experience and networking like this one.

“ CXL Live is THE best marketing conference out there. Not only is it packed with great information and amazing speakers but the way the conference is organized you actually get to know the speakers and bond with your fellow attendees. Last year I met my now business partner over a round of mini-golf. “

Sujan Patel, Co-founder at WebProfits

Make authentic connections

Meet peers who are serious about this stuff. By spending 3 days together with everyone, away from distractions, you forge relationships that last. The event location is away from the city center on purpose. Everyone stays in the same location throughout the event. We have the whole hotel booked for us - the beautiful Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa. By the end of the 3 days you will have made many tens of lasting connections. We take relationship building very seriously and create the perfect conditions for making new friends and business connections.

“Since the 2016 conference, I have run 10 different tests on high volume/low converting entry pages and have managed to improve conversion (and retention and lifetime revenue and cancel rate etc.) on those pages by anywhere from 2% to 15% per test! We’ve run a series of tests on one of our most notoriously hard to optimize entry pages (nothing we have tried in the past on this page has helped) and have improved conversion on that page by more than 70% year over year!”

Kristal DeCoux, Marketing Manager
Conversion at Ancestry

World Class Speakers at

CXL Live Speakers

Peep Laja

Founder of ConversionXL

One of the leading optimization experts in the world. He optimizes client sites, and trains other optimizers through his courses and coaching programs.

Joanna Wiebe

Joanna Wiebe

Copy Hackers and Airstory

The original conversion copywriter, Joanna teaches fast-growing companies how to craft copy that moves people to action.

Abby Covert

Abby Covert

Information Architect for Etsy

Abby is one of the most distinguished thought leaders in the field of information architecture.

Anna Dahlström

Anna Dahlström

Founder of UXFika & Glimtit

Anna is a UX designer focused on cross-channel experiences and helping startups and companies with UX related matters. She’s also the author of the upcoming book Storytelling in Design by O’Reilly.

Wil Reyonolds

Wil Reynolds

Director of Digital Strategy at Seer

A former teacher with a knack for advising, he’s been helping Fortune 500 companies develop digital strategies since 1999.

Bill Leake

Bill Leake

CEO of Apogee Results

A McKinsey & Co. alumni and Dell Computer veteran, Bill Leake has been driving provable revenues through next generation internet marketing techniques since the mid 1990s when, as part of the management team at Power Computing, he built the first company to sell $1 million of product over the Internet.

Stefania Mereu

Stefania Mereu

User Experience & Design at Pearson

Stefania is a UX Data Scientist, Strategist & Evangelist. She's got 12 years of experience in research and data analysis and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology.

David Nye

David Nye

Experimentation and Web Analytics at

David has more than 7 years’ experience in web optimization with him most recently leading the Shopping and Checkout testing programme at

Joel Harvey

Joel Harvey

Conversion Sciences

Joel is a seasoned digital marketing executive and entrepreneur with an 11-year background in executing complex optimization engagements. He and his team designs and runs hundreds of tests per year.

Jared Spool

Jared Spool

Founder of UIE and a co-founder of Center Centre

Jared has been working in the field of usability and experience design since 1978, before the term “usability” was ever associated with computers.

Oli Gardner

Oli Gardner

Co-founder of Unbounce

Has seen the most landing pages in the world. Champion of attention-driven design.

Lincoln Murphy

Lincoln Murphy

Sixteen Ventures

Helping companies achieve exponential growth by focusing on their most valuable asset: the customer.

Guillaume Cabane

Guillaume Cabane

VP Growth at

For the past 10 years he's been working on projects covering B2B and B2C marketing as well as web development. He is building Segment's Growth team from scratch, working and advanced marketing automation and personalized marketing at scale.

Karl Gilis

Karl Gilis

Co-founder of AGConsult

Karl is number 3 on the list of most influential conversion experts in the world. Always based on user research & facts, because he’s tired of all the opinions and gut feelings in the web business.

Abi Hough

Abi Hough

Device Experience Director at Endless Gain

As the device experience director Abi does great work in helping to find functionality and accessibiliy flaws in websites. In the last 4 years she has found over £100m pounds of lost revenue for clients.

Chris Goward

Chris Goward

Founder & CEO at WiderFunnel

Chris Goward founded WiderFunnel with the belief that digital agencies should prove their value. He¹s developed conversion optimization strategies for clients such as Google, Electronic Arts, SAP, and Magento.

Jakub Linowski

Jakub Linowski

Founder of GoodUI

UI designer who very much enjoys sketching, evaluating, detailing, optimizing, and discussing user interfaces.

Jakub Linowski

Chris Out

Lead Growth Hacker at RockBoost

Chris has worked in international environments, at big corporations and in fast growing startups. He combines his practical experience with 500+ books of theoretical knowledge to find the nuggets to help your business grow.

Krista Seiden

Krista Seiden

Analytics Advocate at Google

Krista Seiden is an experienced leader in the digital analytics industry and a frequent speaker at industry events. She has driven analytics and optimization practices at companies such as Adobe, The Apollo Group and most recently Google.

Sean Ellis

Sean Ellis

Founder and CEO of

The OG of growth hacking. Previously led Qualaroo through its acquisition and held early growth leadership at Dropbox, Lookout, Eventbrite, LogMeIn (launch to IPO), Uproar (launch to IPO).

Jamie Levy

Jaime Levy

JLR Interactive

Jaime Levy is a user experience strategist​, college professor, and the author of the top-selling O'Reilly Media book​ "UX Strategy: How to Devise Innovative Digital Products that People Want."

Andrew Anderson

Andrew Anderson

‎Senior Optimization Manager at Recovery Brands

A practitioner, writer, and industry voice on optimization discipline, he specializes in turning optimization programs into efficient world class revenue producers.

Michele Kiss

Michele Kiss

‎Senior Partner at Analytics Demystified

Michele Kiss is a recognized digital analytics leader, with experience in web, mobile, marketing and social analytics.

Momoko Price

Momoko Price

Momoko is a conversion copywriter & interaction designer who's passionate about helping ambitious startups find, hone & test their product messaging.

Julie Grundy

Julie Grundy

Sr UX Designer with Bronto

Ten years of experience solving problems to make users' digital experiences more enjoyable. She loves to find the answer to the question, “Is this effective?”

Leho Kraav

Leho Kraav

Senior Conversion Strategist at CXL

Leho is a conversion specialist and technology expert two in one. He combines his 3 academic degrees, 20 years in information technology and entrepreneurship experience into a powerful asset for adding value to our customers.

Craig Sullivan

Craig Sullivan

Optimiser of Everything

One of the OGs of the conversion world. He's made the most mistakes, and learned the most..

Michael Aagaard

Michael Aagaard

Senior Conversion Optimizer @ Unbounce

Michael Aagaard is widely known as one of the most passionate people in the CRO Industry. Moreover, Aagaard brings his own special kind of crazy to every stage he gets on, which is of course why we asked him to be the Emcee for CXL Live 2017. Not only will he make sure you are awake and entertained between each session, he’ll jump into the audience and shake your chair (with you on it) if you dare to doze off.

Pre-Conference Workshops (Optional)

We have pre-conference workshops the day before the conference, on April 4th. There's an extra cost to each, workshops are not included in the conference ticket price.
Workshops are a good match for you if you're really serious about skill building - they're longer and go more in-depth than individual sessions at the conference.

UX Strategy Masterclass

with Jaime Levy

UX strategy is a process that should be started before the design or development of a digital product commences. It is a practice that when done empirically is a better guarantee of a successful digital product than just crossing your fingers, designing some wireframes, and then writing a bunch of code. It's the method by which you validate that your solution actually solves a problem for real customers in a dynamic marketplace. Take this masterclass to experience a deep dive into the subject matter with both lectures and hands-on exercises.

Timing: 9am to 4pm
Location: Holiday Inn San Antonio Riverwalk (217 N St Mary's St). You should book a hotel somewhere downtown for attending the workshop.
Cost: $400. Lunch included

Who should attend:
UX/UI practitioners of any level, product teams and managers, business executives, and startup founders that want to learn how to be more strategically sound in their process.

In this challenging, captivating and hands-on masterclass, you will learn:
✓ Why the empirical practice of user experience strategy is crucial for devising successful online products
✓ How to validate a real customer and their real problem to get to a real solution with market demand
✓ How to identify direct and indirect digital competitors of your value proposition
✓ How to collect and capture quantitative and qualitative data for doing thorough market research
✓ How to conduct a methodical analysis for narrowing in on a unique product and opportunity space
✓ How to use storyboarding for creating a narrative that focuses on a products’ value innovation and business model
✓ How to conduct cost-efficient "Guerrilla User Research" using a solution prototype for gaining measurable results

Growth Workshop

by Peep Laja and Sean Ellis

Sean and Peep are teaming up for a half-day workshop on Growth. Sean will deliver 90 minutes of GrowthMaster training and Peep will do 90 minutes of optimization training.

Timing: 10am to 2pm
Location: Geekdom Event Centre(2131 Soledad St, San Antonio, TX 78205). You should book a hotel somewhere downtown for attending the workshop.
Cost: Free.

Sean Ellis will show you how to uncover the keys to drive rapid, sustainable growth for your company!
Scaling growth requires teams to move quickly to seize opportunities while aligning the team's efforts to achieve objectives. In this workshop, we cover topics like:

- Key Growth Fundamentals
- The Growth Process
- The GrowthMaster Role
- The Growth Team

and Peep Laja is doing 90 minutes of optimization training on how to

- perform technical analysis to identify under-performing devices, browsers and pages
- conduct structured heuristic analysis to map “areas of interest”
- find insights from the data in Google Analytics
- pull insights out of mouse tracking analysis
- run and analyze qualitative surveys that will give you meaningful insight
- conduct user testing that works
- categorize and prioritize issues found and translate them into test hypotheses
- pick the right testing strategy
- run statistically sound tests
- conduct post-test analysis

Note: You can book a workshop during your checkout process.


This is a single track conference. You get to see everyone.

Day 1 Wed, Apr 5

UX and Digital Analytics

10:00 am Check-in & chill

Arrival, check-in, registration, get some coffee.

12:00 pm Kick-Off and Opening Words

CXL Live starts. Welcome words by Peep Laja, founder of CXL and the emcee - Michael Aagaard. Introducing the emcee.

12:45 pm Jared Spool: Is Design Metrically Opposed?

The world of metrics and analytics have often been at odds with how designers work. Design is a process where we finely tune our intuition to create great user experiences. Yet, sometimes, what we think is best rivals the metrics. So which do we believe-our gut or the data?

In the world of measures, metrics, and Key Performance Indicators some practices, like the growth hacking approach to increasing Monthly Average Users (MAUs), have hurt the online experience of Instagram and LinkedIn. While alternatives to satisfaction and net promoter score give insight into the design process and help designers have better instincts.

If you’re ready to talk to your teams about what you really need, help management interpret the data, and create analytical experiments that provide design insights, don’t miss this talk.

This talk will show you and your team:
✓ What easily-collected analytics, like bounce rate and time-on-page, actually tell us about our users’ experiences
✓ Why advanced techniques, like a money-left-on-the-table analysis and the CE11, show us how metrics can impact design
✓ Why asking, ”Would you recommend this?“ isn’t an ideal way to measure brand engagement

1:45 pm Anna Dahlström: Using Storytelling to Craft Multi-Device Experiences That Convert

As the number of devices that we use, when, where and how we use them becomes increasingly complex, understanding and optimising the experience for what matters to the specific user, at specific points in time, is ever more important. In this talk, we’ll look at how storytelling principles and tools can be used together with traditional conversion and growth optimisation approaches to create better experiences for our customers and healthier bottom lines.

The talk will cover:
✓ how storytelling in design will help you set the right KPIs and measure the right metrics
✓ how it can help you define and assess hypothesis
✓ how it can guide you to the right data and connect it back to the experience
✓ how storytelling in design can help create the right multi-device experience and content, from the beginning

2:15 pm Break
2:45 pm Abby Covert: How to Make Sense of Any Mess

In a world where everything is getting more complex and we are all experiencing personal information overload, there is a growing need to understand the tools and processes that are used to make sense of complex subjects and situations. These tools aren’t hard to learn or even tough to implement but they are also not part of many people’s education.

Information Architecture is a practice of making sense. A set of principles, lessons and tools to help anyone make sense of anything. Whether you are – a student or professional, a designer, technologist or small business owner, an intern or executive – learn how information architecture can help you make sense of your next endeavor.

3:15 pm Jaime Levy: Conducting Methodical Guerrilla User Research

Guerrilla User Research has gotten itself a bad rap because the way in which it is often conducted is not methodical. Through a Hollywood café case study, this talk will outline exactly how to plan, conduct, and quickly analyze measurable feedback through cost-efficient qualitative field research. This technique is perfect for for stakeholders and teams with little time or low budgets, but desperate for answers to help determine if the value proposition of their digital product is on target.

Guerrilla User Research is a lightweight form of traditional user research methods because it is fast, is lean, aligns the team vision, and provides immediate transparency with the stakeholders. But it requires a lot of coordination. Unlike a sterile research room with recording devices, you can’t completely control your environment in the wild. So, your team needs to think through every step in the process and have several backup plans in place. Lives might not be at stake, but everybody will be better off learning sooner rather than later if you are fighting an uphill battle.

3:45 pm Break
4:15 pm Karl Gilis: How to Make Sure Your New Website Won’t Be a Failure?

Most optimizers aren’t big fans of the traditional redesign cycle. They promote a continuous optimizing process. And that’s fine. But sometimes websites just suck donkey balls. And a new website is a must. Also: new companies need new websites too. So how can we stop those clients from making shitty websites? Which research methods and tools can you use in which stage of the development cycle? And how do you this?

4:45 pm Krista Seiden: Best Practices for Testing, Adapting, and Personalizing the User Experience

Your users are not all the same, so why serve them the same web experience? In this presentation, Krista will share her best practices for building a culture of optimization and personalizing the online experience to better deliver to each of your customers.

5:15 pm Michele Kiss: Mastering Analytics for Optimization Success

Analytics and optimization can each generate great results for businesses. However, it's at the intersection of analytics and optimization that real value can be extracted. In this session, Analytics Demystified Senior Partner Michele Kiss will share how to better leverage analytics to drive your testing results, with real-life examples of success.

5:45 pm Meet Your Peers: Beer, Wine & Outdoor Games
7:00 pm Dinner and drinks outside with live music
10 pm - 2am Party. Entertainment. Fun. Games. Connecting.
Day 2 Thurs, Apr 6

Optimization and Testing Strategies + Processes

9:00 am Breakfast
10:00 am Joanna Wiebe: How to Be Specific - From-The-Trenches Lessons in High-Converting Copy

Abstracted benefits, summarized value, and promise-free copy keeps marketers safe - and conversion rates low. Joanna shares how and why your copy needs to get specific to move people to act.

10:30 am Andrew Anderson: The Discipline Based Testing Methodology

This is the methodology that Andrew has developed over 12 years in the industry and working with over 300 organizations. It is also the methodology that has been used to have a near perfect test streak (6 test failures in 5.5 years), even if most others do not believe that stat.

He will present a real-world walk through of this alternative optimization methodology.

11:00 am Break
11:30 am Chris Goward: The Better Way to Optimize - How to Get Business-Impacting Insights from Your Growth Program

In the era of Gut-Instinct Marketing is long past. To grow your business, today, you must prove that your ideas work first, and implement second. But...once you’ve picked off the low-hanging fruit (call-to-action button colors, anyone?), how do you continue to have an endless stream of ideas to test and prove?

The answer lies in the most important piece of the growth puzzle: a proven process that delivers both tested results and insights for further testing.

In this session, optimization thought-leader Chris Goward will show you how to make every test you run count. Learn how leading businesses are using optimization processes to continuously gain dramatic revenue lift and impactful insights. You’ll walk away with practical strategies to drive real, tested
business results.

You’ll learn: ✓ Frameworks and processes to create an optimization program that continuously delivers
✓ How leading marketers are gaining powerful insights and revenue gains, with real case studies
✓ Tips to becoming the future-proof optimization champion your company needs

12:00 pm David Nye: How to Manage a Large Scale Testing Program


12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Julie Grundy: UX of Form Design - How to Design an Effective Form

Forms are often overlooked but they are critical to a site or app visitor's experience, and often are a key player in conversions. Come to this talk to hear helpful tips on what to do, and what not to do, with research-backed best practices of form design from Julie Grundy, Information Architect and User Experience Designer at Duke University. Attendees will leave with an understanding of what makes a well designed form.

1:45 pm Momoko Price: How to Listen to Customers Effectively

How can I find out what my customers' motivations/intent/pain points/objections are?

2:00 pm Stefania Mereu: Fast User Segmentation for a Better Conversion Strategy

The best way to create a conversion strategy is to know the target users of your digital product. Traditional approaches for persona creation tend to be expensive and time consuming, because they tend to be based on qualitative techniques. I'll present a time efficient and accurate way to identify your user personas based on quantitative techniques. I will also explain how to effectively use personas to craft your conversion strategy.

2:15 pm Jakub Linowski: Searching For Repeating Conversion Patterns - What Can Multiple Tests Tell Us?

Single tests may be good. Multiple similar tests compared together however are even better. When the same changes start repeating across tests, optimization work becomes easier.

Jakub from GoodUI has started searching for such conversion patterns (tactics, common practices, heuristics, etc.) to find out if some really do exist, while quantifying a degree of certainty for each one. He will share how he analyzes such multiple tests to build an evolving knowledge base of reusable patterns.

2:30 pm Break
3:00 pm Chris Out: The Margin of Aggressiveness, The Game That Optimizers Should Really Be Playing

Start building new mountains instead of getting stuck on local maxima of A/B tests. Chris will show you a step by step system how you can beat your competition by playing the 3 step customer buying game and exploit the margin of aggressiveness. This is the game that fast growing companies are playing.

3:15 pm Abi Hough: Hypothesize This - How Do You Find $100m of Lost Revenue Without Creating a Single Experiment?

Are we jumping on the A/B wagon too soon? Learn how getting back to basics can unearth revenue that you and your client never knew existed. In this session, Abi Hough, Device Experience Director at Endless Gain will outline the principles of her "ground up" approach to discovering missing money based on the concept that unless you look, you won't find it.

3:30 pm Leho Kraav: A Better Way to Prioritize Your A/B Tests

You should have a way to prioritize all these ideas in a way that gets you to test the highest potential ideas first. And the stupid stuff should never get tested to begin with.

How do we do that?

There are a lot of models for prioritization, and while we found them helpful, we also found each one lacking in one way or another. So we developed our own.

3:45 pm Joel Harvey: Essential eCommerce Optimization Techniques

eCommerce sites create unique challenges for even the most seasoned optimizers. In this rapid fire session, you'll learn:

In this session you will learn:
✓ When you should use an A/B Testing Strategy or a MultiVariate Testing Strategy
✓ Which segments are likely to perform differently and separate those segments to avoid inconclusive tests
✓ The three key things that you should be testing right now

4:00 pm Break
4:30 pm Bill Leake: Optimizing for the “Considered Purchase” — What Changes If You’re B2B or Expensive / Longer Sales Cycle B2C?

Learn what is similar and what is radically different, and everything in between when you’re dealing with a higher dollar, longer purchase decision that may involve multiple touches — and even multiple people, before turning into revenue.

Noted conversion expert Bill Leake will highlight examples of best current practices in considered purchase conversion, show you how to get your campaigns optimized, and caution where conventional conversion wisdom can serve you badly if you’re not careful.

5:00 pm Oli Gardner: Data-Driven Design


5:30 pm Optimization Game Show: Conversion Feud

Do you know the TV show "Family Feud"? So it's like that, only all the questions are about optimization. We're surveying the conference attendees first, and then the speakers have to guess the most popular answers to them.

Free beer provided.

6:15 pm Beer & Outdoor Games
7:00 pm Dinner and drinks outside with live music
10:00 pm - 2am Killer Party
Day 3 Fri, Apr 7

Growth & Customer Success

9:00 am Breakfast
10:00 am Guillaume Cabane: Personalized Experiences For The 97%

Tailoring the user experience for each user works great if you have the data. Realistically that's limited to post-signup marketing, bottom part of the funnel, and impacts less than 3% of your visitors.

By connecting live data enrichment tools & scoring algorithms there is a way to serve really individualized experiences starting from the very first page, for every visitor.

10:30 am Sean Ellis: Setting and Achieving the Right Growth Objectives

In today's fast-paced marketing environment, it's important to keep your team agile and focused on what will have the most impact on your company's growth. In this session we will discuss setting the right objectives around high leverage opportunities, clearly communicating objectives and aligning resources to achieve the objectives. You will walk away with actionable next steps to start setting and focusing on the right objectives to achieve growth.

11:00 am Break
11:30 am Craig Sullivan: Product Design is 💩 and We're All Going to Die

Referencing the Scientific Method, Edwardian Hygiene in the UK, Manufacturing design and the history of The Web, Craig will outline why optimisation, CRO, AB testing or personalisation are just parts of a bigger problem we need to tackle. Why is product design so poor compared to, for example, the quality of a luxury retail experience? What can we learn from our past stupidity and mistakes about what we're doing wrong with product design? What does history teach us and how can we avert a crisis here - that could lead to loss of life if we're not careful?

Craig will show what's going wrong, why it hasn't improved much in 20 years and what changes we need to make culturally and technically to evolve ourselves to a new way of designing products intelligently in hyper competitive marketplaces It's not just about testing, automation, optimisation or user experience - it's about the holistic view of how you set up teams and organisations to succeed using these techniques.

The good news is that "Lean Corporate" is already starting to happen - and the experiments are very promising. Craig will explain the common elements and key attributes emerging from successful growth teams and experiments at reworking corporate culture and summarise as your Blueprint for Future Product Design.

12:00 pm Lincoln Murphy: Marketing Success - Building a Customer-centric Growth Engine

We all want to efficiently acquire customers; that’s table stakes. But what if you could also get your customers to stay longer, buy more, invite you into other parts of their business, and advocate for you publicly so the efficiency of your acquisition and expansion efforts constantly improves as you grow? Many companies have already unlocked the secret to this level of success and in his keynote presentation, Lincoln Murphy will show you exactly how to do it, too.

12:30 pm Wil Reynolds: Closing Keynote


1:00 pm Boxed Lunch
1:30 pm See you in 2018!
Day 4 Sat, Apr 8

Optional fun day

This is an optional fun day.

If you’re still in San Antonio - let’s hang out together. We'll offer you a choice of activities for the first bit of the day, and then meet up later for drinks and interesting conversations.

Comments by Last Year's Attendees

We measure our success by attendee experience. CXL Live goes out of its way to put on a good show - world class talks, rich buffets for all meals, all day coffee & soft drinks, great parties.

Location & Venue

CXL Live 2017 takes place in the outskirts of San Antonio, TX. It’s held at a high-end spa/golf resort on 300 acres of land - Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa. We have the WHOLE RESORT booked for the event. Every single person at the venue will be either an attendee, speaker or organizer. This creates a unique atmosphere - perfect for building relationships. Also - it’s early April in Texas - expect the best possible weather.

Tickets & Registration

CXL Live is an “all inclusive” conference.

  • Full access to the 3-day event
  • 2 hotel nights (April 5 and 6)
  • All meals during the event + all-day coffee & snacks
  • Two great parties with your peers
  • Pre-party on April 4th and after party on April 7th
  • Optional fun day after the event, April 8th
So just get your conference ticket, get yourself to San
Antonio, and we’ll take care of everything else.
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The pre-party is at 7pm on April 4th at Freetail (2000 S Presa St).
We recommend you get a hotel downtown if you get in for that.

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