An official Guinness World Records title attempt can be a fun and unusual way to create a headline-grabbing experience at conferences, festivals, teambuilding events, product launches, and more. When organizing an attempt, planners have two choices. They can opt for a free record application, which does not require an adjudicator at the event. Instead, they submit evidence to Guinness World Records after the attempt and receive a decision about verification within four to six weeks. Alternately, organizers can opt use the company’s premium services that provide an adjudicator at the event and can include assistance with marketing, social media, project management, and more.
Here’s a look at 12 events that have staged Guinness World Records stunts.