Saturday, 17 August 2013
Dedication, that's what you need
If you wanna be the best
If you wanna beat the rest
Oh-oh dedication's what you need;
If you wanna be a record break-er, Oooooh
"Record Breakers" theme tune, sung by Roy Castle
More than just humble slices of freshly-cut potato deep fried, Corker's Crisps are set to do what every '70s child wanted even more than to win a Blue Peter badge and that's become a record-breaker.
This September they will unveil the world’s largest packet of crisps beating the Guinness World Record with a packet weighing 1 tonne - and what's more, it's all in a good cause.
MD, Rod Garnham explains: We are always looking for a challenge and with this one we’ve got a great incentive; we’re raising money for the Liam Fairhurst Foundation – a fantastic local charity for children suffering from terminal cancer.
After the press launch on Friday 13th September at Corkers HQ near Ely, there will be a family funfair day on Saturday 14th September from 10am to 5pm, where the public will be able to see the pack and enjoy some local food. "We planned it just as the kids go back to school to give them all something to look forward to! We guarantee they’ll have a great day full of fantastic local food, fun and games as well as entertainment on a humungous scale!"
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