MINI Cooper World Record – Long Live The King
Last 2 years, 444 Mini Coopers in Thailand created the spelling “Long Live the King” in tribute to His Majesty the King’s 80th Anniversary. Mini Thailand set a new record for the Guinness Book World Record on MINI Phenomenon 2007. This even celebrates His Majesty the King’s 80th Anniversary by creating a car mosaic of 444 MINI cars forming the world ‘LONG LIVE THE KING’. This represents from Thai people’s heart that what they wish for H.M. the King, Long Live forever.
‘LONG LIVE THE KING’ this feat breaks the Guinness Book world record in the category of car mosaics. The unforgettable experience takes place on September 22, 2007. This event held at the headquarters of the 11th infantry Regiment of the King’s Guard, Thailand. This collective effort of all Mini Cooper drivers represents the national unity of Thai and it shows the respect to the H.M. the King on behalf of MINI Thailand.
It takes 1 minute and 48 second to view the video, but it takes MINI Thai a day and night to spell the word out.
In addition to the world-record car mosaic spelling out the words “LONG LIVE THE KING”, the event boasts numerous exciting activities. The venue is being transformed under the theme of “MINI Phenomenon” into 5 key zones; the Charity Zone, where social contributions are offered; the Entertainment Zone, featuring live concerts from popular singing icons, a mini film theatre (MINI Movie), and a MINI Game Zone with a wide range of indoor and outdoor games (plus a soothing spa); the Souvenir Zone, where limited-edition MINI gifts are available for purchase, including cool caps, t-shirts, badges and car decoration stickers; and the DIY Zone, a space dedicated to arts and crafts activities. There is nothing ordinary about this event. Even the Dining Zone offers only the finest dishes. For more information, you can visit www.miniphenomenon2007.com
Mini Thailand proudly presents MINI PHENOMENON 2007 as a tribute to His Majesty the King, is there any possibility for Malaysia Mini to present the spelling “Malaysia Boleh”?
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