Alexandra Burke Makes 'Money Can't Buy' Record Attempt

28 Feb

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British pop sensation Alexandra Burke takes to London’s Southbank today to compete against Olympian Steve Backley and passing commuters to beat a coin stacking World Record as part of a campaign to generate excitement around London 2012.

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Londoners are invited to come along to the Southbank on 1st and 2nd March to break the coin stacking World Record as they give it their best shot to beat the clock in the coin stacking challenge. And the winner will certainly be in the money as the fastest stacker from the two day event will walk away with a cash prize!
 
The coin stacking competition will take place in front of an artistic display of coin stacked art expertly stacked to read ‘London 2012’.
 
The Spots V Stripes Race Season runs from 1st March and will also be going on tour visiting key cities including Newcastle, Birmingham and London offering everyone the chance to join in the fun. The public are being challenged to break records in everything from coin stacking to making the bed, mouse scrolling or even doodling in a bid to turn Britain into a nation of World Record Holders. 
 
The fastest coin stacking challenge was unveiled as part of the Cadbury Spots v Stripes Race Season and is just one of many challenges aimed at getting Brits to take part in playing more games and having more fun in the run up to London 2012.  There are nine World Records up for grabs so everyone should log on to www.spotsvstripes.com
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