Minnesota Veterans’ Event Aims to Set Two Guinness World Records on Lake Minnetonka

Join “Project Got Your Back” for the Largest Parade of Boats and Simultaneous Pool Noodle Floating Attempt

“Project Got Your Back” (PGYB), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting veterans, is set to make a splash on Lake Minnetonka with an official attempt at breaking not one but two Guinness World Records titles.

Largest Parade of Boats Guiness World Record Attempt

The event promises an unforgettable day of fun, community spirit, and a chance to honor the brave men and women who served the nation. Scheduled for the afternoon of August 1, the event’s highlight will be the “Largest Parade of Boats” record attempt.

Participants are invited to gather at Big Island on Lake Minnetonka at 2:00 PM to kick off the festivities and generate excitement for the forthcoming record-breaking efforts.

At 3:00 PM, the lead boat will depart from the north side of Big Island, signaling the commencement of the epic boat parade. Boat enthusiasts from all corners of Minnesota are encouraged to join the flotilla as they cruise through the scenic waters, showcasing their boats and sharing their love for the state’s stunning lakes.

The journey will culminate in Browns Bay at 4:00 PM, where attendees can enjoy music and entertainment until 6:30 PM, creating an atmosphere of celebration and camaraderie.

Most people floating on pool noodles record attempt

However, the fun doesn’t stop there. After the boat parade, participants will be invited to take part in the second Guinness World Records attempt of the day: “The Most People Floating on Pool Noodles Simultaneously.”

The record-breaking endeavor will further add to the day’s excitement and provide an opportunity for attendees to be a part of history.

“PT” Paul Thomas, a renowned live emcee, will be the master of ceremonies, adding his infectious energy to keep the crowd engaged and motivated throughout the event.

Registration is required

Participation in both record attempts requires registration, and interested individuals can sign up at pgyb.org. By registering, attendees will not only secure their place in the record books but also contribute to the noble cause of supporting Minnesota veterans.

“Project Got Your Back” is spearheading this initiative to raise awareness about the challenges faced by veterans and to provide much-needed support and resources. All proceeds from the event will go directly to the organization’s programs aimed at assisting veterans in their transition to civilian life.

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