TangoTab, a Dallas-based company that provides deals to diners eating out, and meals to those in need, is celebrating its second anniversary on 2/22 with a good deed unlike any other. TangoTab, joined by LaDainian Tomlinson (LT), Mike Modano and more than 1,000 volunteers, will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most number of people making sandwiches simultaneously on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Hilton Anatole Dallas. During this attempt, tens of thousands of sandwiches will be made and donated to local North Texas non-profits. To break the Guinness World Record for the most number of people making sandwiches simultaneously, more than 1,000 volunteers must be making sandwiches simultaneously. Pictures, video, and officials from Guinness will certify the attempt. Afterward, local organizations including the North Texas Food Bank, Soup Mobile and Metro Relief will distribute the sandwiches to local citizens in need.
To be a part of this record-breaking attempt, volunteers must sign up at www.breaktheworldrecord.com. It is free to attend, and volunteers are simply asked to sign up for the event, and bring with them three loaves of bread, two packs of 16-slice bologna and two packs of 16-slice American cheese (all for under $10). Everyone who is a part of the record-breaking attempt will have their name listed at www.breaktheworldrecord.com. Self-parking at the Hilton Anatole Dallas is complimentary for volunteers for the event.
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