Photo-Me established new Guinness World Records™ by getting seven people into a photobooth!
On July 4th 2012, Photo-Me International plc, the world leading photobooth operator, attempted to establish a new Guinness World Records™ at the amazing newly transformed King’s Cross station. The world record attempt was part of a wider Photo-Me promotion which saw the company offer hundreds of free photos to the public.
Throughout the day, commuters had the chance to use the photobooth for free and the chance to win two first class return tickets from King’s Cross, London, to Waverley, Edinburgh, courtesy of East Coast Main Line Company.
Photo-Me invited the public to join the celebration at the new South entrance of the station and witnessed the official attempt at 7pm overseen by a Guinness World Records™ adjudicator. A total of seven people successfully squeezed and remained inside the booth for over 5 seconds and only then, the new Guinness World Record™ for ‘Most People Crammed in a Photo Booth’ was achieved by Photo-Me International plc!
Francois De Freitas, Head of Marketing Photo-Me UK operations, highlights “We are very proud to have achieved a Guinness World Records™. It was a successful day for us and a lot of fun for all commuters and station users. A day to remember!”