70's groove breaks world record
Melrose Arch was the place to be on 7 September 2006. The glitz of the venue was accompanied by the glamour of the world's largest disco ball, a record-breaking stunt The Citizen newspaper achieved.
The ball has not only broken a world record but it will be used as a fund raiser too. "We will also be using the ball and selling shares in it to raise funds for charities," said Greg Stewart, publisher of The Citizen. Charities that will benefit from the drive include the Advertising Benevolent Fund, Hospice in the West, SA Police Widows and Orphans fund and CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare).
What more could you ask for in one evening - a world record breaking event, a successful charity drive and a groovy birthday party ending the evening off perfectly, proving the whole event to be a huge success. Once again, the production team from True Colour Events has pulled out all the stops and has just raised the bar in eventing to world record standards.
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