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Unique group visits South Bend

SOUTH BEND, Ind.-- A city council member brought a unique group to town to discuss the city's future.


The group is called The Young Invincibles, its made up of people from ages 18 to 34.

The group is on a bus tour looking for solutions for a better tomorrow.

They will travel to 18 states to compile information from people in their generation.

The group hopes to come up with a blue print to give to congress about how the country should move forward.

Brian Burrell, a Young Invincible campaigner said, "We are trying to get people one to know more about what is going on in Indiana and across the country, and how the economy is affecting them, and to hear from local businesses to see what skills young people need to enter the work force"

One member told ABC 57 News, this isn't the sleepy generation, it is the act now generation.






 

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