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Yelp Inc (NYSE:YELP)
Q1 2021 Earnings Call
May 6, 2021, 5:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Good day, and welcome to the Yelp First Quarter 2021 Earnings Call. [Operator Instructions] Please note, this event is being recorded. I would now like to turn the conference over to James Miln, Senior Vice President of Finance and Investor Relations. Please go ahead.

James Miln -- Senior Vice President of Finance & Investor Relations

Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks for joining us on Yelp's First Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call. Joining me today are Yelp's Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Stoppelman; Chief Financial Officer, David Schwarzbach; and Chief Operating Officer, Jed Nachman. We published a shareholder letter on our Investor Relations website and with the SEC and hope everyone had a chance to read it. We will provide some brief opening comments and then turn to your questions. Now I'll read our safe harbor statement. We'll make certain statements today that are forward-looking and involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially. Please note that these forward-looking statements reflect our opinions only as of the date of this call, and we undertake no obligation to revise or publicly release results of any revision to these forward-looking statements in light of new information or future events. In addition, we are subject to a number of risks that may significantly impact our business and financial results. Please refer to our SEC filings as well as our shareholder letter for a more detailed description of the risk factors that may affect our results. During our call today, we'll discuss adjusted EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA margin, which are non-GAAP financial measures. These measures should not be considered in isolation from or as a substitute for financial information prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. In our shareholder letter released this afternoon and our filings with the SEC, each of which is posted on our website, you will find additional disclosures regarding these non-GAAP financial measures as well as historical reconciliations of GAAP net income to both adjusted EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA margin.

And with that, I will turn the call over to Jeremy.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, James, and welcome, everyone. Our first quarter results represent a strong start to the year driven by the success of our go-to-market shift and an increased focus on product innovation, which together comprise the foundation of our next stage of growth. We saw record performance from our Services categories, Self-serve channel and nonterm advertiser budget retention. Revenue growth in the Self-serve channel accelerated once again to approximately 30% year-over-year in the first quarter. Services revenue performance was driven by ongoing strength in Home Services, which increased by nearly 15% year-over-year. At the same time, we are seeing consumer traffic return with the recovery in local economies, benefiting businesses in our more COVID-impacted categories. Demand from these businesses increased over the course of the first quarter. More recently, the encouraging traffic recovery trends we saw in the first quarter continued in April. Paid views and searches for Home Services businesses continued to exceed pre-pandemic levels, while page views and searches for restaurants have rebounded 40% from December 2020.

Building on the strong momentum of our Q1 performance, we're investing in product development, marketing and Multi-location sales to support our initiatives and deliver more value to advertisers. We believe this will enable us to drive growth and scale our business in a more profitable way over the long term through increased revenue retention and a more efficient go-to-market approach. In the first quarter, lower CPCs contributed to record nonterm advertiser budget retention. We were able to achieve these results with local sales headcount remaining at approximately 50% of pre-pandemic levels, which also enabled us to improve net loss by $10 million year-over-year to $6 million and deliver a 19% adjusted EBITDA margin while heavily investing in our growth initiatives. We are pleased with this start to the year and expect our investments to continue benefiting both revenue and adjusted EBITDA over the long term. Together with the structural changes we've made to our business over the past year, we believe we are well positioned to fully participate in the economic recovery and to deliver long-term sustainable growth in the years to come.

With that, I would like to turn it over to David.

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Jeremy. We saw improving trends across the business over the course of the first quarter as COVID-19 cases declined and restrictions eased. As Jeremy noted, our product initiatives continued to drive strength in Self-serve and our Services categories. As a result of these efforts, advertiser demand increased steadily over the first quarter, which, together with a record retention rate for nonterm advertisers' budgets, enabled us to deliver $232 million of net revenue. In addition to our strong revenue performance, we were very pleased to see another quarter of disciplined expense management while investing in our initiatives. Net loss improved by $10 million year-over-year to $6 million, while adjusted EBITDA increased by 159% to $44 million. The healthier-than-expected macro environment and a slower headcount ramp did provide some short-term benefit to expenses versus our expectations for the quarter. However, the lower headcount did not have a significant impact on revenue or our strategic initiatives, and we expect to continue investing behind our initiatives to drive our revenue momentum over the remainder of the year. Returning capital to shareholders through share repurchases remains an important element of our capital allocation strategy. Since we resumed repurchasing shares in the fourth quarter of 2020, we have repurchased approximately $99 million worth of shares as of today at an average price of $34.98 per share. We currently have approximately $170 million remaining under our current share repurchase authorization. We plan to continue repurchasing shares throughout the year, subject to market and economic conditions.

Turning to our outlook. In the second quarter, we expect to move from recovery to year-over-year growth and anticipate net revenue will increase from the first quarter to fall within the range of $240 million to $250 million. In addition, as a result of our strong execution in the first quarter, we are raising our 2021 outlook for net revenue, which we now expect to be between $1 billion and $1.020 billion. To drive continued growth, we plan to invest further behind our initiatives as we catch up on hiring in the second quarter. As a result, we anticipate second quarter adjusted EBITDA will fall within the range of $35 million to $45 million, and we are raising our full year 2021 outlook for adjusted EBITDA, which we now expect to be between $175 million and $195 million, with increased leverage expected toward the end of the year. In closing, our first quarter results reflect strong progress toward delivering our plans for the year. As Jeremy mentioned, these results reflect the success of our go-to-market mix shift and our increased focus on product innovation, which, together, lay the foundation for our next stage of growth.

With that, operator, please open up the line for questions.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

[Operator Instructions] Our first question today comes from Colin Sebastian with Baird.

Colin Sebastian -- Baird -- Analyst

Great. Thanks. Good afternoon guys. Nice to see the progress here. I guess, first off, I'm interested in Yelp Connect and the penetration you're seeing across Services and Multi-location accounts and if there's a way to quantify how this is benefiting engagement with ads, with advertisers, retention or any other relevant metrics.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Hey, Colin, this is Jeremy. I will hop in and take that one. So we're very pleased with our progress with Yelp Connect. And in fact, we talked about in the letter that we've released a new audience model, which boosted the performance, particularly for Services. And largely, it's being bundled in as part of an upgrade package. That's essentially our new model that we've been working with [as we sell to advertisers], to give them a whole host of different profile upgrades and include things like Connect. On the Multi-loc side, we also saw some encouraging early results with some clients that we piloted with. And they're essentially seeing better economics on their investment with Yelp, based on those studies. So overall, we're feeling really good about our progress with Connect. It seems to be adding value, lifting performance for business advertisers that take advantage of it. And so we'll keep you posted on our progress there.

Colin Sebastian -- Baird -- Analyst

Okay. Great. And then secondly, just on CPCs, maybe you could just walk through the moving parts why that shifted to a decline from growth.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Yes. CPC is a decline we see as a good thing because ultimately, that's more value flowing to our advertisers, so we like to see that. And what's driving that? Partially, it says more traffic comes into the system. Obviously, that's going to lower prices, which, again, is a good thing. But then also, we're continually refining the ad system and improving the efficiency of that system. So when somebody is taking a look for a business, we want to show them the best possible ad that we can. So we invest a lot of our engineering product bandwidth and making sure that those connections happen as efficiently as possible. And we're using our inventory as efficiently as possible. So as we make progress with that, it should drive more value to businesses and ultimately, lower prices, all things equal.

Colin Sebastian -- Baird -- Analyst

Great. Thanks, Jeremy.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Our next question comes from Shweta Khajuria with Evercore ISI.

Jian Li -- Evercore ISI -- Analyst

Great. Thank you. This is Jian Li for Shweta. Maybe just a quick follow-up on that, the trend you're seeing in the ad clicks progress and the CPC decline, if you can put any color on the linearity of that, the traffic in ad click recovery intra-quarter and maybe into Q2. And also the second question is just on the restaurant part, the restaurant recovery cadence. What are you hearing from the sales team regarding like the Multi-location business recovery, especially as we're getting into better progress with the vaccine penetration? Thank you.

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

Hi, it's David. So I'll start off and talk about clicks, and then Jed will pick up around restaurants and Multi-location recovery. We are seeing good progress in the recovery of clicks, and that has continued over the course of the quarter. It's also important to appreciate that when we look at clicks, we're looking obviously across both our Services business as well as our Restaurant business. And we were very pleased to see that we are -- restaurant -- on the restaurant side, as traffic has increased, we're also seeing a commensurate increase in clicks there. So overall, making good progress as we move through the quarter. I do think it's important to underscore that, well, we know that the vaccine rollout has gone well today. As we entered the quarter, that was less clear with cases being very high and the rollout just at its initial stages. And so what we are seeing is that progress as people feel more confident to go out.

Joseph R. Nachman -- Chief Operating Officer

Hi, Jian. This is Jed. I can take the restaurants question. Obviously, compared to Services, our Restaurants, Retail & Other category is down more year-over-year, although we are seeing nice signs of recovery there. We're down about 15% year-over-year from a PAL perspective and doing about $81 million. Those categories were hit hard, but we did look to preserve those relationships throughout COVID and often gave relief and free services and just worked to support kind of retention in that segment. We are seeing page views and searches in restaurants rebound. They're up about 40% from December of 2020 and are at about 90% of those pre-COVID levels as of April 2021. Multi-location, we typically see a dip early in Q1, and that was exacerbated this year with some of the COVID case counts moving up. But we did see progress across that segment throughout Q1, with Paying advertising locations kind of in the range of where we were during Q4. And so good momentum during the quarter, coming out into March. And we do see an opportunity to help these national brands with their reopening campaigns.

And certainly, when you look at national in the Restaurant segment, there has been some structural movement toward pickup and delivery, but there is certainly demand building, both on the consumer side as well as on the business side for kind of in-store dining. And we're seeing those trends and the strength in the pipeline kind of going throughout the -- coming out of March. So attribution continues to be a very big part of that story, making sure we can kind of tie both those store visits online as well as any off-line conversions. And we're just working hard to get back to our original run rate within that Restaurant, Retail & Other segment.

Jian Li -- Evercore ISI -- Analyst

Thank you, Jed.

Operator

Our next question comes from Dan Salmon with BMO Capital Markets.

Dan Salmon -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Hey, good afternoon everyone. Jeremy, in the letter, you have a line teasing some new self-service investment opportunities you foresee as businesses reopen. Any color you care to add to that, about what's on the self-service road map ahead in 2021? And then maybe just a quick one for David. The letter also highlights lower healthcare costs than anticipated. I assume that's more than just on an absolute basis due to lower headcount. Is that on a per-employee basis? And if so, just if you could add some color on that as well, it would be great. Thank you.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

All right. Yes, happy to talk more about self-service. Going back to our long-term strategy, a big part of that is our shift in go-to-market, leaning into really profitable channels like Self-serve. We made really healthy progress in that channel. Self-serve revenue, again, was up 30% year-over-year. And that's driven by retention as well as acquisition. And some of our investment, of course, is happening on the pure product side, just enhancing the flows, making -- advertisers having an easier time to get started, streamlining that. But then also, some of the engineering and then marketing is happening on the performance marketing side. And so we're still rapidly building muscle in that area as well. So those are some of the things that is driving the performance there.

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

And Dan, this is David. Thanks for the question. On the healthcare expense, it is adjusted for headcount. Obviously, we were modestly behind on headcount in the quarter, and so that has an effect. But we did see on a per-employee basis that we had lower expense per employee. And again, I think, overall, as we've gone through the pandemic, we have been -- we have seen that employees have availed themselves less of healthcare than is probably the historical norm. And so that has seemingly continued at least in the first quarter.

Dan Salmon -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Okay. Great. And maybe just a follow-up. I mean is that just people needing to get back out and going to the doctor again?

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes. I mean yes, it's just fundamental. People are pretty apprehensive about heading out, and I think, in particular, to doctors' offices and maybe doing everything they should be doing. And so I would expect as people have gotten vaccinated and are more comfortable, that we would see things similar to what they have been on a historical basis.

Dan Salmon -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Yeah. Okay. Thank you.

Operator

Our next question comes from Ygal Arounian with Wedbush Securities.

Ygal Arounian -- Wedbush Securities -- Analyst

Hey, good afternoon guys. I want to maybe spend a little bit of time on the nonterm contract retention rate. Obviously, doing a lot of things there to improve that. And then in the letter, lower CPCs contributed to a record retention rate there. So can you maybe spend a little bit of time on where you think you are there, if you can continue to improve that retention rate, and exactly what -- kind of what you're trying to imply there with the lower CPCs?

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Yes. I mean ultimately, we want to hang on to every customer that we possibly can deliver performance for. So that's been a big area of focus for us is -- and it actually ties back to our long-term strategy of creating more value for our advertisers. And we talked about in previous quarters just the percentage of monetized leads. I think, in Q4, we're talking about something like 20%. We've made progress on that. But there's just an enormous amount of leads flowing through our system, many of which aren't selling to our advertisers. So we poured a lot of product and engineering bandwidth toward bringing that number up and making sure that our ads work for our advertisers and are increasingly performing. And if you were one of our advertisers, you should feel that impact, you should be getting more customers and therefore stick with us longer. And it does seem like we are seeing that, the impact of all of that work. Some of that shows up in lower pricing, but it also shows up in retention. There's another piece too, which is, as we've shifted our go-to-market more toward Self-serve, if you sell yourself the product, you tend to stick longer. And so that's playing out as well. We see better retention rates in our Self-serve channel. And that's been growing rapidly and represents about 40% of our SMB starts at this point.

Ygal Arounian -- Wedbush Securities -- Analyst

On that point, just a follow-up on Self-serve versus sales. Maybe -- obviously, self-service is contributing and growing faster. Are you where you want to be with the balance of team Self-serve? And I know there's been a lot of focus on the local side, but maybe you could just touch on both local and Multi-location.

Joseph R. Nachman -- Chief Operating Officer

Sure. This is Jed. I think, from a channel strategy perspective, our long-term strategy, and we've talked about this for 18 months or so now, is to kind of shift a lot of that focus from local sales onto the Self-serve and Multi-location strategy. And that was certainly accelerated by COVID. Right now, I think we have about 50% of the local sales force that we did kind of prior to the pandemic. And we're seeing, number one, really nice production out of the existing salespeople, a lot of veteran kind of experienced reps contributing from a production perspective. But you are certainly seeing some of that acquisition come into Self-serve. And we feel really comfortable with kind of the mix at this stage. We're going to continue to kind of improve that business owner platform on the Self-serve side, but it also benefits everybody we bring in on the sales side as well. And on the Multi-location side, we've been really focused on building out that team and specifically the attribution capabilities and products. We have to be able to prove that the dollars that are spent on the Yelp Platform are actually yielding either online conversions and/or in-store or in-restaurant consumers. And so that has been moving along nicely. And we've seen a solid recovery in terms of those Paying advertising locations in that particular segment.

Ygal Arounian -- Wedbush Securities -- Analyst

Great. Thank you.

Operator

Our next question comes from Chris Kuntarich with Deutsche Bank.

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Hi. Thanks for taking my question. Maybe first one for David. I think, yes, when you started, it was effectively around the time of COVID. And so I guess there -- it's been kind of noisy for you guiding, but it's been two quarters now in a row where you've been above the high end of your guide. And I don't think we've had a chance to ask you kind of how your philosophy is around guiding and whether or not kind of the guide is a guide. Are you looking to do more of a beat and raise sort of strategy or approach to it? And then just could you help us think about taking up the full year revenue guidance by $15 million at the high end and then similarly taking EBITDA guidance up by $25 million? Thanks.

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

Thanks for the question, Chris. So a couple of pretty important components. The first, of course, is that as we think about our business performance, what we want to ensure is that we're continuing to execute on our strategy. And what we saw in the first quarter is that our strategy is working. When you think about record Services revenue, we can see that we are continuing to improve monetization, as Jeremy mentioned. And we're also in the process of enabling our Self-serve customers to really do more and so retain better. When we look at Self-serve starts, that's also doing incredibly well and retention. So as we think about the way that we want to approach forecasting, we want to continue to reflect in our forecast the momentum that we have in the business. And I guess I would remind you that as much as we are all looking forward to continued performance across the economy, there continue to be uncertainties. And so it's the way that I think about the guidance that we provide is that it's a balance between the visibility that we have, the uncertainties of our business and ensuring that we are making strong progress against the goals that we've set for ourselves from a capital allocation perspective. So all three of those elements come together in the way that we present guidance. In terms of the full year numbers, clearly, we were somewhat behind on hiring in the first quarter.

And so we wanted to share where we actually have added into the guide for the year, those numbers, but we expect to be back on track. One thing I would say about hiring in the first quarter, just to differentiate because product and engineering has become such an important part of our strategy, we are very pleased with our hiring there, and that is very much on track. Where the hiring was a bit behind was in our local sales force. And for that local sales force, we are beginning to make up ground during the second quarter, and we'll continue to focus on it. The other thing is, clearly, we want to be able to invest in marketing, given the improvement in conversion that we've been driving when people land to the site and go through those self-service flows. So looking at the full year guide, we definitely see that we are doing well against the plan that we set for ourselves. We're able and pleased to be able to raise the guide for the year, but there was a bit more in -- from a cost perspective in the first quarter that had to do with performance against some of the hiring that we wanted to do. And that's why you'll see that adjusted EBITDA comes up a bit more than revenue.

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Got it. Very helpful. And maybe if I could just have one follow-up for either Jeremy or Jed. There's been a lot of news lately around the $29 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund. And it seems like the spending should be pretty open-ended as far as how the restaurants could be able to spend these dollars that they will be receiving. So I was just curious if you guys -- yes, is there anything specific that you have lined up at this point to go and try to capture the advertising dollars that are going to be spinning off from this Revitalization Fund as these restaurants get back up and running?

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Hi, this is Jeremy. I mean our perspective is businesses are getting back to it, and we want to participate in that. So we have definitely put together reopening plans and making sure that our marketing team is reaching out and getting the message out and driving as much Self-serve as possible as well as activating our local sales team as well as our Multi-location team. So from a general account of like, hey, are we tackling the reopening and are we excited about it and are we getting our teams [and brands all] around it? Absolutely. Do we have specific initiatives against the Revitalization Fund? No, but obviously, if businesses have more money in hand, that should be a good thing. So we're happy to see any additional funds that flow into Restaurant Retail -- & Retail.

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Got it. Thanks.

Operator

Our next question comes from Trevor Young with Barclays.

Trevor Young -- Barclays -- Analyst

Hi. Thanks for taking the questions. Just two from me. Dovetailing on one of the earlier questions, can you provide an update on the results you're seeing with bundling? It seems like you're leaning in there. And I would just be curious, some early learnings from the upgrade package as well as the combination on reservations and waitlist. And then separately, what contributed to the acceleration in Request A Quote growth this quarter? Thanks.

Joseph R. Nachman -- Chief Operating Officer

Sure, Trevor. I can take the first one, it's Jed, on the bundling. We've been really pleased with the results thus far on the bundling. I think it goes back to what Jeremy was talking about prior, which is just providing more value for our customers. We have different forms of bundles, depending on what vertical you're in. On the Restaurant side, we can do things like bundle waitlist plus ads plus connect. And it turns out that those three things, as an example, work in tandem to create a lot of value for our customers and create some stickiness there, and we're seeing that. On the Services side, you look at the introduction of things like logo and portfolio. And if I'm in the Services business, this gives me just another reason to kind of distinguish myself from the crowd. And in circumstances, as an example -- or Verified License, as an example, in situations where someone may not have as much of a reputation on Yelp, it gives a pallet for those Service customers to actually go out and tell their story and tell why they're trustworthy. And so we feel like the bundling strategy, it's in its early days. And we're going to have a variety of those kind of going forward as we add product into the mix. But we're happy with the bundling thus far and you should -- are looking toward kind of continuing on that path.

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

And for the second part of the question, Request A Quote growth, we're very pleased to see Request growth 30% year-over-year, as you mentioned. What's happening in the macro is obviously COVID has ended up with a lot of people moving house. And when you're doing that, there's all sorts of Home Services that can go along with that, whether you get ready to sell or whether you're moving into a new place or whether you're sprucing that up for work-from-home. All of that has created robust consumer demand. And I think that's also reflected, pulling back a second, to our -- if you look at our Home Services revenue performance, up 15% year-over-year. That's really great to see as well. What else are -- what are we specifically doing to drive some of that performance? Well, we have tons of leads flowing through our system. We talked about how approximately 20% in Q4 were monetized. We're continuing to make improvements to drive more of those leads into our advertisers, raising performance. We're also trying to improve our matching. So every time that we're pulling up different potential advertisers to match with a consumer's request, we want to get those as accurate as possible so we're not wasting any of our inventory. We're also making flow improvements, just making it easier for consumers to make that request, making it more accurate, collecting the right information based on the category, things like that. And so I think all of those elements are combining to deliver the performance that you saw. And we're pleased with it. It's been a real area of focus, and home and local services is a core part of our long-term strategy.

Trevor Young -- Barclays -- Analyst

That's really helpful. Just a follow-up on that. Can you provide an update on the percentage of monetized leads there versus the 4Q step?

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

It has improved since Q4. I don't know, David, if we have any more color than that.

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

We're not providing additional detail on the progress that we're making in -- that we made here in the first quarter. We remain focused on it, and as Jeremy said, it has improved.

Trevor Young -- Barclays -- Analyst

Great. Thanks.

Operator

[Operator Instructions] We actually have a follow-up from Chris Kuntarich with Deutsche Bank.

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Just a quick follow-up on thinking through PAL versus revenue. For PAL, could you help us think about it on a sequential basis from 1Q? And I saw you had made the comment in the letter that PAL is -- in aggregate, were back to 4Q or roughly around 4Q levels in March. So I was just curious if this implies that service PALs grew throughout the quarter or if this was just restaurants. Thanks.

Joseph R. Nachman -- Chief Operating Officer

Sure. This is Jed, Chris. I can take that. Our PALs, from a Services perspective, we were down 4% year-over-year, whereas Restaurant, Retail & Other, down 15%. And so there's certainly -- and it makes a lot of sense if you think about kind of how the recovery has happened thus far, although we did see acceleration in PALs throughout quarter, particularly in Multi-Loc, where we're back to kind of Q4 levels in terms of where we are. We expect that Services will continue to be kind of resilient for us and Restaurant, Retail & Other to make some progress as the recovery continues. Ultimately, we're focused on both kind of the revenue per PAL as well as the number of PALs and have a bunch of initiatives on both fronts. You should expect that some of those metrics can fluctuate, especially within the Retail, Restaurant & Other segment over time, depending on seasonality and other factors like that.

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Got it. Thanks.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 34 minutes

Call participants:

James Miln -- Senior Vice President of Finance & Investor Relations

Jeremy Stoppelman -- Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

David Schwarzbach -- Chief Financial Officer

Joseph R. Nachman -- Chief Operating Officer

Colin Sebastian -- Baird -- Analyst

Jian Li -- Evercore ISI -- Analyst

Dan Salmon -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Ygal Arounian -- Wedbush Securities -- Analyst

Chris Kuntarich -- Deutsche Bank -- Analyst

Trevor Young -- Barclays -- Analyst

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