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Fri, Jun 07


Virtual Event

CPR Class World Record Attempt

Join 28,254 of us in our attempt to break the world record for the most people to participate in a CPR class. Raise awareness of this life saving skill at the end of CPR week on June 7, 2024 at 2PM EST.

CPR Class World Record Attempt
CPR Class World Record Attempt

Time & Location

Jun 07, 2024, 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT

Virtual Event


About the event

🌟 Be a Part of a Lifesaving World Record! 🌟

On June 7th, join Steve Grella in an extraordinary mission to set a new world record for the largest online CPR class. This isn't just any class; it's a global movement to empower thousands with the essential skills to save lives.

What's Happening?

  • Record-Breaking Class: We’re aiming to smash the current world record with over 28,254 participants in our live-streamed CPR session.
  • Learn to Save Lives: Discover crucial CPR techniques from a certified expert. Gain the confidence and skills that could make the difference in an emergency.
  • Global Impact: Your participation means joining a worldwide community committed to health and safety. Together, we'll raise awareness about the importance of CPR.

Who Should Join?

This event is for everyone! Whether you're a complete beginner, a concerned parent, an educator, or a healthcare professional, this class is designed to be accessible and informative for all.

Joining the Event:

  1. Mark the Date: Reserve June 7th for something truly special. Prepare to learn lifesaving skills from the comfort of your home.
  2. Spread the Word: Share this event with family, friends, colleagues – anyone who can benefit from learning CPR. The more, the merrier!
  3. Register and Participate: [Provide registration details or link, if applicable].

Get ready for an engaging, informative, and potentially life-changing experience. Be a part of a historic event that's not just about breaking a record but about equipping as many people as possible with the knowledge to save lives.


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