Los Angeles, CA, July 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- On August the 4th, 2017, husband and wife team, Charles & Bridget Rivers along with 2,000 other volunteers — will attempt to break a standing Guinness World Record for, “The Most Individuals Dunking Cookies in Milk Simultaneously.”
The previous record was set in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania in the year 2012 with 1774 persons. The couple who own a modest cookie company will attempt to break that record with over 2,000 person’s dunking their individual cookie in a cup of milk on cue from the judge. The event will be held during their Chocolate Chip Cookie Festival and free concert from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on August 29th, 2017- with the dunk occurring at 12:15 pm. There will be music by Miss. Vonzell Simmons of American Idol Fame and five additional bands. The event will be co-hosted by Mr. Mason Pryor, son of the legendary actor and comedian (Richard Pryor).
The event will be held on the grounds of Woodley Park located at 6350 Woodley Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91436. To entertain the gathering crowd will be youthful singer, songwriter “Rugged the Rapper” who will perform along with violinist Vainayaki. Rounding out the crowd warming music will be comedian Sammy Obeid as seen on the Conan O’Brien show as well as Sax Man who will wow the audience with his one man performance. This is a free event for the public to benefit children's charities, SophiasAngels.org and Vibes365.org whose non-profits seek to help children in the capacity of bone marrow cancer, homelessness, nutrition and well being.
Origin of the Cookie Dunk - The first Great Cookie Dunk was held back in (2012) - in the town of Burlington, Vermont. The last Great Cookie Dunk Record was set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in (2014). The Cookeez Snack Company, with its logo Cookie Man will attempt to unseat the Pittsburg event and bring home the record for California and Los Angeles.
Charles Rivers, the founder also known as Cookie Man is available for interview by email – CookieMan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Rivers is a Desert Storm Veteran and winner of the Civilian Medal of Valor for Bravery see http://www.yumasun.com/citizen-honored-for-coming-to-aid-of-police-officer/article_d8537035-5c75-5844-a104-6b65a91cf1b7.html. He has been married to his wife Bridget for thirty years.