GREEN BAY - On a game day weekend at Lambeau Field's parking lot, you wouldn't think it would be too hard to grab a Guinness.
But this year, getting a different kind of Guinness is going to be attempted.
"We will be making a world record attempt for the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest Zumba class ever performed in the world," said Brian Danzinger, a Green Bay alderman.
The goal is to cram 10,000 people into Lambeau Field's parking lot on September 14th, the day before the Packers' first regular season game.
Kari Merrill will be leading a 31 minute Zumba class.
"Zumba is a dance fitness class," said Merrill. "It kind of incorporates all different dances from around the world. You have four of five base movements per song. You just keep repeating the movements. It's just a rhythm and cardio and aerobic dance."
If you want to be a part of the record attempt, it doesn't matter your age or skill level. There will be about 100 instructors helping everyone.
"Who doesn't want to set a world record?" said James Anderson with the Green Bay Parks and Recreation Department. "When you're a kid growing up it's your dream to be in the Guinness Book of World Records."
The current largest Zumba class record was set last September in India, with 6,671 people participating.
"We know the Greater Green Bay area we've been known for the Packers and beer and cheese and brats for some time, but in the last few years we've really seen an increase in our recognition, as a community, as an active community," said Jen Van Den Elzen, the director of Live 54218.
If the record falls, participants can receive a certificate proving they are a Guinness World Record holder.
The Green Bay Park and Recreation Department is organizing the record attempt along with Live 54218 and other Green Bay area community partners.
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