Children set Guinness world record and make the planet a cleaner

A group of volunteers under the auspices of teenage National Geographic Kids has established this record for collecting the used pairs of shoes, gather up to 16,407 up discarded or worn-out shoes, running shoes, etc. All collected shoes given to a department Reuse-a-Shoe («use shoes again") shoe magnate Nike.

Children set Guinness world record and make the planet a cleaner

Each collected shoes recognized office NG-Kids in Washington excellent and fully recyclable materials suitable for recycling. From the former shoe in the future should have excellent coverage for sport, for example, for the game of basketball. So guys, the volunteers did just two useful things, cleared the neighborhood home towns and villages of this category of waste, and contributed to the development of the sports industry.
There are rumors that some of the celebrities also have given the pair of shoes to add to the list of collected shoes. Among the environmentally-oriented celebrity singer Taylor Swift and NFL quarterback Eli Manning is the U.S.. The representative of the Guinness Book of Records M. Janelle, who was mandated to conduct a count of pairs of shoes collected to fix a new record, fully confident that the work of volunteers to collect shoes for recycling is worthy to be noted in the history.

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