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Vegas Attempts Zumba World Record

(Las Vegas, NV) — Are you up for a challenge this weekend? Las Vegas is trying to break the World Zumba Record. Organizers need thousands to turn up to Fremont Experience on Saturday at 1 o’clock.

The last world record for largest Zumba class was set in 2012 in India. Zumba Ambassador Linda Blomquist says they need 6,672 people to break the world record.

The event is free but you are asked to bring a new or gently used book, which will be donated to the Clark County School District and Spread The Word Nevada.

If you don’t want to Zumba, they need volunteer referees too. The refs make sure people are moving for 30 minutes straight. Organizers says it’s okay if you don’t have the steps down, you just need to move!

The event is part of the “Chinese New Year in The Desert” weekend. Go to to register.


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