A new Pure Michigan video that's been up on the Web for barely two weeks was pulled down off YouTube on Saturday.
The statewide sing-along video created by two guys from Grand Rapids -- Rob Bliss and Jeff Barrett -- made its debut during halftime of the Sept. 9 Detroit Lions game. Bliss, who you may remember did the Grand Rapids lip dub, and business partner Barrett teamed up with the Pure Michigan campaign to hit the road, visiting 50 different cities across the state in seven days while showcasing all things Michigan.
The crowd at the Lions game saw the video first on the big screen and it then was posted online.
However, early Saturday "The Pure Michigan Statewide Sing-Along" video's screen was black and the following message appeared:
"This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Songs Music Publishing."
Bliss did not return a message seeking comment Saturday.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times