Mass Participation Records

Engage with hundreds or even thousands of participants by attempting records in large groups, either in a single venue or multiple venues simultaneously.

a group of people dressed in similar brightly coloured outfits with their hands in the air

Mass participation records involve people performing the same activity simultaneously, in single or multiple venues. 

Some examples of this format include largest gathering of people dressed as wizards, largest human image of a hand or largest Konyak dance (pictured). Some categories for group records offer options for attempts to be carried out at single or multiple venues. This popular record format is a great way of engaging your audience while promoting your campaign purpose or publicity stunt.

Please note that due to their complex nature, all mass participation record attempts are managed by our account-managed Consultancy Division which is a paid-for service.
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