How to Hold a Record Breaking Office Event

A new arm of Guinness World Records offers ‘live record-breaking’ to corporate parties and conferences across the U.S.

It says every company or organization in America strives to be the “World’s Best” at something. GWR Live! is offering the chance for companies to send employees into the holiday season with a tangible and exceptional achievement under their belt.

Already having established themselves in Europe and Japan as a major player in team building and corporate entertainment solutions, GWR Live! is now offering custom-made packages for corporate events and celebrations across the US to help promote excellence – and give anyone the chance to make history!

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Achieving the status of world’s best in a certain sphere makes for great publicity, and a cost-effective way of making a mark both internally and externally.

The GWR Live! team will advise companies on which existing records or new tailored records can best reflect any communication message. These vary from individual, team and mass participation records.

The package will provide personnel to help train and guide participants through the record-breaking process, and of course an official Guinness World Records adjudicator to allow you to have ‘on-the-spot’ instant verification. 

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Company staff can arrive at the event mere mortals; and go out into the world again as genuine ‘bona fide’ Guinness World Record holders, complete with an official certificate, GWR says.

The records themselves can reflect products, corporate themes or messages, with advertising copy-lines or pure entertainment.

Holiday records to choose from include the loudest “Ho, Ho, Ho”, the ‘fastest holiday song – one word relay’ and the ‘fastest time to open each door of an advent calendar’ (team of 25).

“The holiday season is the perfect time to harness the power of Guinness World records for a fun entertaining and competitive office event,” said Paul O’Neill, director of GWR Live!

“Our ability to match a record to your needs offers a unique experience that will be remembered for a life-time … and one might even end up in the World’s best-selling copyright book!”

Guinness World Records Live! is a new business area of the global Guinness World Records brand, which allows public to participate in an interactive and entertaining way.

The picture above is the “Largest Christmas Stocking” which measured 106 ft 9 in long and 49 ft 1 in wide (heel to toe) and was made by the Children’s Society (UK) in London, UK on December 14th, 2007. GWR Live! is now offering ‘live record-breaking’ to holiday corporate parties and conferences across the U.S.

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Rakesh Raman