Our buddies over at YourCreativeFriends is reporting that The Red Clay Consolidated School District in Wilmington, DE will be attempting to set a Guinness World Record for the tallest LEGO tower. The current record stands at 106 ft 7 in and was constructed in Prague, Czech Republic last year. All the schools in the district will be building a section of the tower and are currently 2/3 of the way there. The district is looking for donations of LEGO bricks to help with the construction. The assembly of the tower itself will be on August 19th at Dickinson High School and the people from Guinness will be onsite on August 20th to certify the world record. Check out the links below for more information about the world record attempt by Red Clay.
Red Clay video: http://bit.ly/RedClayVideo
Official Website: http://bit.ly/RedClayTower
Local Media Coverage from Delaware: http://bit.ly/LegoTowerDE
Donation information: http://bit.ly/RedClayDonate
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