At Mexico City?s Ciudad de los Ni?os (City of Kids), 10 bucks opens the door to brand-name adventure for a new generation of Mexican consumers, reports Adbusters (Aug./Sept. 2000). The new advertising theme park invites kids to sample the grown-up life of cars and cosmetics, banks, and billboards. The youngsters take a simulated journey on an American Airlines flight, pick up their rental car at the Avis counter, and maybe get a 'job' at Burger King or the Pemax gas station. Later they can cash their 'paycheck' at Bital bank (or put some City pesos in a savings account for their next visit), then it?s on to the Nestl? climbing wall or maybe a snack at Domino?s. The park?s 42 corporate sponsors, of course, are not simply building brand loyalty with their presence there; they?re using the visitor database to target future ad campaigns.