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GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS ™ Announces Records Of The Future Challenge

The contest challenges kids 7-12 to think about a record they would like to break in the next 20 years.
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 GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS has announced the launch of its 2nd annual kids contest, The Records of the Future Challenge. The contest challenges kids 7-12 to think about a record they would like to break in the next 20 years.

The national competition kicks off on September 1, 2015 and will accept entries until December 1, 2015. The entries can be a poem, song, video, rap, poster or short essay. The grand prize winner will win a $750 check, a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2016 book and be featured in the 2017 GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS book. The grand prize winner will also be able to nominate a teacher who will receive a $250 check for classroom supplies. Ten semifinalists will each receive a copy of the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2016 book. Entries will be judged on creativity and originality. Enter online or by mail at www.guinnessworldrecords.com/futurerecords

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