Jordan Monaco Business Development announced today that the Dead Sea in Jordan will be the destination to attempting to break the Guinness World Record of the largest floating image on Thursday October 30th, 2014 at 10am.
Employees and management from the Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort and Spa, Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, Jordan Valley Marriott Dead Sea and Spa, ,Movenpick Resort and Spa Dead Sea, Hotel, Kempinski, Hotel Ishtar, WinterValley, Warwick Resort and Spa, Dead Sea Spa Hotel, Hilton Dead Sea Resort and Spa, and the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center will join forces and come together to attempt to break the world record the largest floating image along the shorelines of the Dead Sea Jordan. The employees who are a mix of both expats and Jordanians will be wearing the same colors of while floating to form the largest floating image.
The Dead Sea Jordan is lowest point on the face of the earth, 412 meters below sea level. Known worldwide as one of the worlds most beautiful places with dramatic and breathtaking landscape and terrain. The Dead Sea Jordan is flanked by mountains to the east and the rolling hills of Jerusalem to the west. The area is believed to have been home to five Biblical cities: Sodom, Gomorrah, Adman, Zebouin and Zoar (Bela).
An official Guinness world record representative will be present the morning of October 30th to witness and document the world record breaking event for Jordan. The public is invited to the Dead Sea shoreline to witness the largest floating image and the attempt to break the world record.
Modern Jordan was founded by King Abdullah I after World War I. It was then ruled by his grandson the late King Hussein for 46 years until his death in 1999. King Abdullah II assumed the throne in 1999 and the country has grown to a peaceful and stable nation.