chrysler) Sebring Says Go for World Record

by : Hanna Racey

What has the all-new 2007 Chrysler Sebring got to do Guinness World Records? Well, not much. As of present. But soon, it will be taking its place in that world famous hall of fame and hall of outstanding records. Just a hint though: this does not entail a record on which vehicle has got the most number or the best in the auto industry.

Chrysler is planning on breaking the Guinness World Record on the largest number of people playing the popular game "Simon Says". However, the company is going to do it their own way - Sebring style. This is in part of Chrysler's attempt to market and popularize the new 2007 Chrysler Sebring which will be first making its appearance at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show.

To break the record, Chrysler is planning on having more than 1,200 consumers and customers take part in the game. The current record of the largest number of people playing "Simon Says" is 1,169 and Chrysler hopes to beat that record. The event is scheduled to happen on the 9th of February.

David Rooney, Chrysler's director for marketing and global communications, is already doing his best so as to inform everybody about this record-breaking event and on this he replies, "The 2007 Chrysler Sebring brings higher levels of craftsmanship and technology to the mid-size car segment. We thought it would be fun to bring the original 'Simon Says' game to a new level by inviting consumers to join us in breaking the current world record, while also providing a unique way for consumers to interact with the Chrysler Sebring's innovative features, including the new MyGigâ„? technology and heated/cooled cup holders."

But if you do think that this is going to be a boring game, well you better think about it. Chrysler is surely bound to make it fun and the company is planning on giving the game a new twist to add to the excitement. And whoever wins the "Sebring Says" game would be winning and enjoying a lease on the 2007 Chrysler Sebring. And yes, the lease would be for twenty four months.

Interested? You can register at the But you would be asked to answer the ground-breaking question: Why do you want to break a Guinness World Record? And make sure that you are already 18 years old or older and that you already have a driver's license if you are really that interested in joining.