By Dan Wing

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A flash mob broke out in Center City Monday evening, with the goal of cleaning up Love Park.

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With supplies and organization provided by, a couple dozen men and women met in front of the famous ‘LOVE’ sculpture and were given brooms, dustpans, trash bags and rubber gloves. With that, they were off to start cleaning up trash throughout the park.

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“[We’re] here to support the youth groups of Philadelphia and the good cause of cleaning up Love Park and keeping it clean and tidy, and doing something good for the city,” explained’s founder, Dan Dillon.

Dillon says would like to do similar events throughout the city in the coming months.

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