Chicago-area school has unique fundraiser
Updated: Sunday, March 31 2013, 02:10 PM EDT
CHICAGO (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A Chicago high school motivated students to help save a popular arts center in a unique way.
They gave their classmates an incentive--pay up and they'd stop blasting Justin Bieber's hit single "Baby," between class periods.
School administrators at Evanston Township High School allowed students to blast the song over the loudspeakers for one week, or until they'd raised $1,000.
Within three days, students coughed up enough cash to silence the Canadian singer's single.