by Kenneth McNulty
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2,000 dancers needed Thursday to break Guinness World Record
Thursday may just be a historic night for the city
of Cincinnati as Salsa on the Square attendees attempt to break the
Guinness World Record for Most Salsa Dancers. In order for the record to be
broken, at least 2,000 people are needed on Fountain Square to dance the night away. People of all ages and skill levels are welcome to join in.
The weekly Salsa
on the Square event (7-10 p.m. Thursdays, Fountain Square) is free and registration for world record certification begins at 6 p.m. Upon signing in, folks will be eligible for
a chance to win prizes and free Gain samples and will receive a fresh T-shirt to wear during the dance-off.
Dancers and spectators will enjoy live music from Grupo Tumbao starting a 7 p.m. If
participants leave a bit to desire when it comes to salsa dancing, experts in
the field will be at the event to teach them how it’s done. The official world
record dance will occur at 8:30 p.m. In addition to the night’s festivities,
Gain and the St. Vincent De Paul will hold a clothing drive to generate clean
clothes for those in need in the Greater Cincinnati area. All donors will
be put into a drawing for a $500 prize pack full of Gain products and gift
certificates to select restaurants. There will be a full service bar with drink
specials during the event as well.
contributing to a good cause and breaking a world record sounds like a good
night, then dust off those old dancing shoes and grab some clothes to donate. Go here for more information.