MGM Advantage looks to break world record for charity

MGM Advantage is looking to enter the official Guinness World Records by attempting the most sky dive tandem jumps in one day, in aid of Alzheimer’s Society.

The current world record is 130 tandem jumps in one day and the company is looking to beat that and get 180 people to jump.

The challenge has already signed up 120 people who have each pledged to raise at least £300 each through fund raising. Once 180 people have signed up via the online process, registration will automatically close.

The attempt is being held at Brackley Airfield, near Oxford, on 5 July 2012. MGM has secured the exclusive use of the airfield for the day. MGM Advantage is covering the actual cost of each jump and all donations will go to the Alzheimer’s Society.

Chris Evans, chief executive of the retirement income specialist, said: “This is an ambitious attempt to raise a significant amount of money for a very worthwhile charity. Alzheimers supports people with dementia which many