Longest feather boa ever made
[June 2] LAS VEGAS, US/ Ostrich.com
has produced the world's longest feather boa—measuring over a mile
long—to be entered in the Guinness Book of World Records. The oversized
accessory is scheduled to be unveiled at this year's Miss Exotic
World Weekend in Las Vegas on June 8.
At the Miss Exotic World Pageant, ostrich.com and over two hundred
exotic dancers will display the longest feather boa ever made and
attempt the world's longest Bump & Grind.
"The design, preparation, and transport
of a continuous piece of feather boa over 5,000 feet long is a logistical
nightmare, and after a lot of hard work from our dedicated staff,
the final product is now set for this world record attempt," explained
Steve Warrington, president of Ostrich.com,
in a press release.
Not content with one record-breaking entry, Ostrich.com has also
scheduled the world's longest "Bump-n-Grind" to occur simultaneously
with the unveiling of the boa. Over 250 exotic dancers are expected
"Everyone is welcome to attend this Guinness
world-record attempt," Warrington said. "We are certain that it
will be a fun-filled and historic moment when everything is synchronized
simultaneously." For the feather-loving fan, Ostrich.com will sell
12-foot segments of the record-setting boa with numbered certificates
and copies of the Guinness World Record verification.
based in Chicago, imports and exports a variety of ostrich products
including feathers, boas, meat, leather, dusters, eggs, livestock,
and reference material. The company also publishes the world's largest-circulation
ostrich newsletter with over 55,000 subscribers.
Ostriches are native to central and
southern Africa. According to the San Diego Zoological Society,
they are at low risk of becoming endangered.