Update: As of 9:30 p.m., the video had been taken down by the ICVA. Read a full explanation in the comments on their blog post.
In a more-ridiculous-than-fiction bid to attract the world to Indy and remind everyone of the Super Bowl (come now, who could forget it?), "The Indianapolis Shufflin' Crew" (also known as "local hotel employees") performs "The Super Bowl Shuffle" in a new video, below. This aping of the original Chicago Bears version - an '80's cultural icon that, for better or worse, wasn't too absurd in its day - mainly serves to remind us of how good, relatively speaking, the original was.
The video is "a grassroots marketing tactic," according to Chris Gahl, vice president of communications and marketing for the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association. If the marketing goal is to attract people to Indianapolis to see what a bunch of dorks we are, mission accomplished!
Bask in the glory of the original "Super Bowl Shuffle," below, and read the comments section on the new video's YouTube page for more fun.