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Utah Snowman Record

Utah Snowman Record - A Salt Lake City company and a local orgnanization that helps teens is aiming to build 1,000 snowmen in one hour.

It will be a world record attempt in a category that doesn't exist yet. But Cameron Stewart, a spokesman for CLEARLINK, a Salt Lake City based marketing firm, says they will be building the snowmen according to Guiness rules: four feet tall, three distinct segments, carrot noses and two eyes. Stewart says they will use Oreo cookies for that - with or without the cream filling.

Utah Snowman Record

While the attempt is to make 1,000 - no matter how many they make - the attempt will benefit the organization Youth Making A Difference or YMAD. Stewart says CLEARLINK will donate $2 for every snowman made.

YMAD's Greg Davis says that teens involved in the program, their friends and their families will be on hand to help in the snowman making event. And he says the public is welcome to join in as well. The attempt will take place at Mountain Dell Golf Course up I-80 this Saturday (15th). People will gather at noon and began the one hour building marathon at 12:30 PM.

Utah Snowman Record

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