Naval Base Aims To Set Dance Record

September 13, 2011 by staff 

Naval Base Aims To Set Dance RecordNaval Base Aims To Set Dance Record, Organizers of a world record attempt at a naval base in Virginia, said they expect more than 2,300 people turn to dance the cha-cha slide.

Jeron Hayes, a spokesman for the Naval Support Service Dahlgren, said he “wanted to do something big” to mark the 50th anniversary Wednesday of the Combined Federal Campaign, a charity initiative for federal workers.

Therefore, organized a Guinness World record attempt on Wednesday to try to break the record of 2387 people dancing in unison slipped, Free-Lance Star, Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Monday.

Hayes said that civilians and military alike are encouraged to participate and experience in dance will be right up to Wednesday’s record attempt. “Our goal is to try to set the record at 12:30 hours,” said Hayes.

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