European financial services company Allianz SE organised an employee engagement record attempt in Munich, Germany that did not only benefit their workers’ health but also raised money for those in need.
The company achieved a Guinness World Records title for the Longest line of photographs, after creating an incredible 1,250 km (4,101 ft 8.61 in) long display.
The photos all depicted running-related images taken by the huge number of Allianz SE employees and agents that took part in the company’s debut Allianz World Run initiative.
Longest line of photographs close up
The record-breaking line consisted of an amazing 8,470 individual photographs.
For each kilometre that was run, money was raised for SOS Children’s Villages charity.
Longest line of photographs certificate presentation
Guinness World Records adjudicator Lena Kuhlmann counted and verified the new record, and presented an official certificate to the company in celebration of their success.
Allianz SE broke the previous record of 1,083.325 m (3,554.21 ft) that was achieved by P&G (UK) in Birmingham, UK, back in 2015.