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Savannah Bar Crawl close to setting a new record

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courtesy of wikipedia

Savannah bar crawl efforts to break Guinness book of world records fell short on May 31st.

Guinness book of world records recorded Kansas City, MO as the largest bar crawl, with a whopping 4,885 people turning in their score cards at the end of the night. The score cards turned in at the end of the bar crawl is the determining factor. Over 6000 people register for The Crawl of the South, but only about 4,214 cards were turned in at the end of the night. The bar crawl started at Ellis Square downtown and guest had eight hours to go to over 10 bars and restaurants.

The Guinness book of world records say beverages must be consumed at every restaurant or bar visited to count, four ounces or more and non-alcoholic drinks like water counts. Savannah Bar Crawl fell just short of 671 people to tie and 672 to win.