A huge thank you to everyone who made the event possible!
We know the question on everyone's mind right now is "did we break the record?". And we're with you, we'd love to be able to tell you we smashed a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD! However, GUINNESS takes the business of record-breaking pretty seriously, so here's what happens now:
Our main evidence is the photo we had you submit and the event logs, so our team will look at each photo to make sure it qualifies, add information like your name to verify you were in fact in the chat, and then we'll send it off to GUINNESS.
This can take some time! They have to verify each photo, confirm we had 500 attendees that submitted photos, and review all of the supporting evidence we send in. The length of this process can really vary, but can take up to three weeks.
After they've had time to review the logs and verify all of the information, they'll notify us one way or the other.
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To set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title, we need 500+ to attend and submit a photo of themselves enjoying a meal at their own dinner table with the elements above.
What is this event?
Think of it as a virtual-dinner-party-meets-World-Record-attempt-meets-live-entertainment-foodie-hour. It will have fun hosts, lots of exciting prizes, and a few surprises. We can’t spoil the fun by saying more than that, but we can let you know it won’t be your average zoom meeting.
Do I have to eat Australian Lamb or beef in order to participate?
Using Aussie beef or lamb on your dinner is preferred...but NOT required. Serve what you like, and get that piccie right!
How will I sign in to the event?
Good Q! We’ll send you a link ahead of the show so keep an eye on your inbox. We’ll also post the link to our Facebook and Instagram so they’re easy to find. Once it’s time, you’ll be able to tap the link and enter the event. The event will be hosted on Zoom, which you can download for free here.
Will I be on camera as part of the live event?
Nope, we have plenty of good-looking hosts who will be on the big screen. You just need to watch, but there will be moments in the show where you can participate! BUT we will need you to snap a quick photo for your submission.
Will I get a t-shirt?
YOU BET! Once we receive your photo submission, we’ll email you a form to fill out with your shipping address.
What do I need to do to be counted for Guinness World Records?
What does the picture I submit need to have?
In order to count, your picture must clearly show ALL of the following elements:
If I’m dining with a group of friends, does that count as a single entry?
We’re counting individual user logins, so we need to have each person log in to be counted. Each login also needs to correspond with a photo. (So no, one user cannot upload photos of every person at the table). In order for everyone be counted, you must log in on your own devices and post the pic there.
How do I get the photo to you?
Good question! You’ll be able to get us the photo through the actual platform. We’ll plan to keep the platform open for a bit after the show, but you will need to get it to us within a few hours to count! It also has to come through the chat, no emails please.
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