Sydney may be the site of a world record on Tuesday 28 July as the City Recital Hall tries to become the location where the most people are dressed in Spider-Man costumes at one time.
Charterhouse Partnership is a leading recruitment firm in Australia with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Offering recruitment services through consultative and value added service that allows clients to achieve their strategic staffing needs and supports candidates in meeting their career goals
Charterhouse will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Spiderman. The current record sits at 398 people, they are aiming for at least 500, and are delighted to invite you to take part.
Embarking on this attempt in support of our chosen charity, Life Education. For those who are not familiar with Life Education, they are the largest independent Australian, health and drug education provider for school children aged 5-13 years. Perhaps most easily recognised by their mascot Healthy Harold the Giraffe, this wonderful charity has been visiting schools across Australia for over 35 years. Their work aims to empower children and young people to make safer and healthier choices through education.
For those interested, Charterhouse will be running an ongoing fundraising campaign in the lead up to the World Record attempt. The actual GWR attempt however, is more about raising awareness for Life Education, and we simply require your presence between 8am and 9am at City Recital Hall, 2-12 Angel Place, Sydney, NSW, 2000 on the 28h July. Charterhouse will be providing the Spiderman costumes which you can keep afterwards. Please feel free to extend this invite to your colleagues and family, we just ask that any children attending need to be 10 years of age or over.
If you enjoy being or ever wanted to become a Marvel Superhero, Whatever a Spider Can, we’ve got some exciting news for you — you can be part of the team here too!
Charterhouse are looking for enthusiastic Spider-Fans to join the fun and they will even provide the costume for free and you will become a part of history!
To book your space(s) you will need to RSVP. Should the attempt to break the record be successful, and in every confidence that it will be, you will be eligible for the GWR certificate and can officially call yourself a Guinness World Record holder. How may people can make that claim to fame?
Register by email and send your name and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate visit https://give.everydayhero.com/au/gwr-attempt
I look forward to seeing you all there!
Tuesday 28 July
8am – 9am
City Recital Hall
2, 12 Angel Place, Sydney NSW 2000
Charterhouse Guinness World Record