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Join us for a diaper change PARTY! Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Raise awareness! Meet other families! Prizes! Fun!
The Great Cloth Diaper Change will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at 11am SHARP when we attempt to surpass the current Guinness World Record for the most babies getting changed into a cloth diaper at one time ...around the globe!
There are still a lot of people who don’t know about cloth diapers. This world record attempt is a great way to show the world how many people are choosing reusable cloth diapers. Let's raise awareness of the environmental, financial, and health benefits of reusable cloth diapers.
ALL FAMILIES ARE INVITED to come learn about cloth diapers and celebrate Earth Day with us!
–Grand prize stroller giveaway sponsored by ChapmanHill BABY!
–Opportunity to purchase tickets for our LOCALLY sponsored raffles.
–Freebies, coupons, and fun for the kids!
–First 50 registered diaper changing participants will receive a sweet swag bag!
Record breaking participants, please, arrive no later than 10:30 am.
In the event of inclement weather– refreshments and raffles will be provided throughout the day at ChapmanHill Baby -Natural (arrive anytime 10am-6pm).
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GUIDELINES FOR RECORD BREAKING PARTICIPATION:
- Each participant (adult over the age of 18) must be paired with one child
39 inches or shorter.
- Each child must be changed into a cloth, reusable diaper that can be
purchased online, at a brick & mortar store, or is offered through a diaper
service. It does not matter what type of diaper a child arrives in.
- At precisly 11:00 a.m. at the sound of a loud start signal, all participants must remove their child’s
diaper and properly put on a 100% reusable cloth diaper.
- Before the signal to start, each participant should hold the clean diaper
they will change the baby into high in the air.
- At the signal to start, each participant should change his or her child’s
diaper. No photographs or video should be taken at this time.
- When the diaper change is complete, each participant should hold their
freshly changed child in the air.
There must be a minimum of 25 participants per
location to count towards the world record.