sits atop a mound of 10, 512 shoes on display in the courtyard at the National Geographic Society. National Geographic Kids magazine now has the Guinness World Record for the longest chain of shoes. Peter Wajda organized a shoe drive recruiting family, schoolmates and his pediatrician and collected 509 shoes.These used sneakers will be shipped off to Nike's 'Reuse-a-Shoe' program which will be recycled into material to build athletic surfaces such as basketball courts, soccer fields and playgrounds

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National Geographic - Peter Wajda Washington DC, USA - sits atop a mound of 10, 512 shoes on display in the courtyard at the National Geographic Society. National Geographic Kids magazine now has the Guinness World Record for the longest chain of shoes. Peter Wajda organized a shoe drive recruiting family, schoolmates and his pediatrician and collected 509 shoes.These used sneakers will be shipped off to Nike's 'Reuse-a-Shoe' program which will be recycled into material to build athletic surfaces such as basketball courts, soccer fields and playgrounds Wednesday 2nd July 2008 (1 Picture)




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