Fresno State students attempt Guinness World Record May 13

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Fresno State students attempt Guinness World Record May 13

Six Fresno State marketing students will attempt to break a world record today for the largest free-standing paper mache structure ever created when they unveil their creation of a bunch of grapes symbolizing agriculture in the California Central Valley.

Saturday – May 13, 2017
4:30 PM
LOCATION: ApCal
(2749 Ave 7 near Madera – inside the entrance

NOTE: Witnesses and surveyor arrive around 4 p.m. and begin surveying at 430 p.m.

The unveiling will take place during Apcal’s Craft Beer Festival which runs from 2 – 6 p.m. Festival entrance fees are $35 per person with beer sampling or $10 Designated Driver per person (without beer sampling). Admission open to 21 years of age and older.

The students, who are part of Dr. William Rice’s Marketing 188 class, are Heather Steven, Evyan Gallegos, Taryn Cuningham, Erica Torres, Jon Carrasco and Hana Dantic.

INFO: Evyan Gallegos: 559-960-8465 (and for media access) or  EvyanG1990@mail.fresnostate.edu