Anthony tipped me off that Bob Mayo, who I hope you can never look at the same again, did a report on the “Ravenstahlization” of the city.
He discusses the fact that Lukey’s face is everywhere now. Billboards, the branded 311 line, the branded Redd-up campaign, the website. All Lukey, all the time!
If you watch the video, I think you’ll find the most awesomest line by Lukey to be this:
“I don’t necessarily think there is a political benefit. It’s not being done for political purposes. It’s all business related. There’s not a link at all to the campaign. In fact, we don’t necessarily have the campaign under way yet.”
Lukey, Lukey, Lukey … you can’t put this one past PittGirl. I remember EVERYTHING, and I distinctly remember you saying this:
“I’m in full campaign mode,” Mr. Ravenstahl, 26, said as he shook hands Tuesday.
So beware Burghers. Lukey is in full campaign mode. I get the feeling that will involve walking up to people on the street, barking “MOVE FORWARD!”, grabbing their babies and kissing them, then slapping a sticker on them that says, “You’ve been Ravenstahlized!”