Posted May 15, 2014
Written by Alan Palma Sr.
The training for participants to try to set a new record for the Guinness World Record’s Longest Massage Chain on Friday, May 16, took place Thursday, May 15 in Boracay.
More than one thousand (1, 000+) participants attended to train for the massage routine which will take place on the first day of celebration for Boracay Day.
Aside from people from the massage industry, some organizations also joined to meet the target number of participants on Friday, May 16.
Currently, Thailand holds the record of 1,223 participants while 1,500 is the target of Boracay for the new record.
In addition to volunteers, masseuse and masseurs will arrive from Iloilo and Capiz to support the activity.
The registration will start at 5:30 in the morning, wherein the number of participants will be counted by the use of digital counter.
At 8 in the morning, the activity will commence which will be carefully supervised by the staff of the Guinness World Records.
To make sure that the record set by Thailand be surpassed, Municipal Tourism Chief Operation Officer Felix Delos Santos requested participants to invite more volunteers if possible.
Translated/Edited by Rodel J. Abalus