How You Can Help Set a Guinness World Record by Signing the USO ‘Every Moment Counts’ Flag

By ABC News

May 26, 2014 7:14am

Ever dreamed of being part of a Guinness World Record? You now have the chance — all while supporting America’s servicemen and women.

The USO is in the final days of its national “Every Moment Counts” campaign, an attempt to set a Guinness World Record for “most signatures on a flag.”

Americans around the globe can sign a one-of-a-kind, large-scale “Every Moment Counts” flag on USOmoments.org or in-person or digitally at events around the globe.

The Guinness World Record attempt kicked off on May 1, the start of Military Appreciation Month, and ends this Saturday.

The USO says it needs 33,274 signatures on the flag to break the record.

“Our men and women in uniform and their families work tirelessly to protect the freedoms we enjoy daily,”Brigadier General (Ret.) John Pray, USO President and CEO, said in a statement.  “Helping the USO set a new Guinness World Record will be a very special “thank you” moment for these very special people.”

To sign the flag and spread the word, visit USOmoments.org and join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter using #USOMoments. 

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