Valley children attempt to break Easter Egg world record
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Children of all ages helped Fresno State students attempt to break a world record Saturday by dying more than 200 Easter eggs at the same time.
Fresno State marketing students organized the effort as part of a class project, and set up egg dying stations at Boomers Family Activities Park in North Fresno. The students were trying to beat a record and have 608 people dye eggs at the same time, but they fell short, with a grand total of 254.
Other marketing students are also organizing world record breaking attempts this month. The next, involves what could be the largest fruit smoothie.
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