Blog: Water way to break a record
Olly Wehring | 6 September 2007
A water brand this week issued a press release boasting that it had been the fuel behind a DJ’s world record attempt last weekend.
V Water said it helped DJ Karnter set a new record for the longest DJ set. The DJ played for four-and-a-half days non-stop – a total of 88 hours.
“Fans from around the world witnessed his struggle over the internet as he took regular sips of V Water to keep his voice going and that turntable on the move,” the company said.
To the folk at V Water, feel free to fuel me after a VERY long month of first-half results reporting.
Because, by golly, I need it now.
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