This year’s Social Good Summit sparked a record-setting global conversation on using social media and technology for good. The summit united people participating online and in-person in nearly 300 cities, including New York, Beijing, and Nairobi, around one goal: unlocking the potential of social media and technology to make the world a better place. The gathering took place as world leaders gathered to kick-off the UN General Assembly, opening the dialogue about world issues and challenges to a global constituency
They set the record during the Social Good Summit 2012, a three-day conference about new ideas and innovative solutions, in New York City. RecordSetter CTO Corey Henderson was present to adjudicate the attempt. Read more about the feat here.
Led by Rob Gura, Brook, Jenna, and Morgan created a cootie catcher 36 inches in length.
Cameron Shurtz has one corn holder squirrel feeder in his
Seb Wescott has an collection of 1377 crisp packet triangles in his
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VTKlustrum built a pyramid using 85 crown corks.
Pavan Solanki and Ranjitsingh Gohil built a pair of crutches 26 feet
(312 inches) in length.
David Ross tore a 100 trillion Zimbabwean Dollar (0.33 US Dollars) bill in half.
Arden, Derek, and Ian of The Bristol Hub Teen Center & Skatepark built a Dixie cup triangle using 91 cups.
As part of a Chef Michael's world record event held at PetFest in Bridgehampton, New York, 224 people gathered and set a new world record for Largest Dog-Friendly Communal Dining Experience.
RecordSetter officials Ella Morton and Dan Rollman were present to count the participants and announce the record.
Alex Maass built an arrow consisting of 130 dominoes.
Olivia Adkison’s duct tape flower is 56 inches in diameter.
Tape Triplets created a lollipop made entirely of duct tape measuring 31 inches in diameter.
Ivan C. has a collection of 123 energy drink cans.
Pablo L. built a pyramid using 550 Euro coins.
Bai Shun created a Facebook group that currently has 424,748 members.
NOTE: This is an evolving record. Please visit group page to see the current number of members.
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