Want your feat to be considered for URDB's Book of World Records? Dear URDB Record Setters, As you may know, we’re currently editing the first-ever
Want your feat to be considered for URDB's Book of World Records?
Dear URDB Record Setters,
As you may know, we’re currently editing the first-ever URDB Book of World Records. The book will feature hundreds of the most awesome records from our database, not to mention record setter profiles, record setting tips and more.
Why are we writing to you? We need your help. If you'd like us to consider one or more of your records for inclusion in the book, please take a couple minutes to fill out the attached questionnaire. You'll be our hero forever if you do so.
If you're pondering new records and want us to consider them for inclusion in the book, make sure you submit them by September 30, 2010. That's our official publication cut-off date. (You'll be able to fill out the questionnaire after.) Any submissions after that date will not be recognized in this edition of the book.
Keep your eyes open for more book related activities soon, including a chance to vote on your favorite URDB records, and the announcement of a special world record we'll all be setting together.
Thanks again for your help. We can't wait to hear from you.
Editor, URDB's Book of World Records
ABOUT URDB: URDB is an open platform for human achievement, built on a philosophy that everyone on earth can be the world's best at something. Launched in November 2008, URDB.org hosts over 4,000 user-generated world records from 40+ countries around the globe. The company has been profiled on Good Morning America, CNN and CBS Sunday Morning, and have a recurring segment on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. They're currently compiling their first Book of World Records (Workman Publishing), and have a network TV pilot in pre-production.