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Vox Humana Guinness World Record Event

Vox Humana will soon be setting a world record! That’s right—we’ll be taking part in the world’s largest Nerf gun battle ever!

Full details will be coming soon. But we can reveal a few details now:

  • The event will take place in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, in the summer of 2014.
  • It will feature over 500 people all shooting Nerf darts at each other.
  • The event has been approved by Guinness World Records as a world record attempt—and will become an official world record once accomplished.
  • Proceeds from the event will benefit Vox Humana and the Child Wellness Fund.

Please feel free to contact us if you’d like more information about this event.

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