Just Ask the Really Young

The Post-Gazette reports on the 2004 Jr. Benchmarks Competition, featuring local middle schoolers developing marketing campaigns for the region.

The Incarnation Academy on the North Side took first place with "Get yo Pittsburgh on."

Try that down at the Duquesne Club.

Weirdest part of the story: "Another group celebrated Pittsburgh's delights to the tune of 'YMCA,' the '70s hit by the guy-band, the Village People."

"Guy-band"? Is that a typo, or is the P-G trying to slip a euphemism past us?


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