iHeartMedia Panama City’s Jake “Paco” Navarro, Program Director and on-air personality for 96 Rock, Panama City’s Rock Station, will attempt to beat the current Guinness World Record for the longest marathon on a fairground/theme park attraction. Paco will have to be on Panama City Beach’s newest attraction, SkyWheel, for longer than 52 hours and 3 minutes, which is the current world record.
Guests will have the opportunity to ride one-on-one with Paco for a minimum $25 donation. Proceeds will benefit Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, which provides refuge to victims of child abuse and sexual violence and their families. In addition, SkyWheel will donate a portion of ticket sales to Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, as well as victims of Hurricane Michael.
Skypro Studios, a full-service production company, will document the attempt as required by Guinness World Records. Paco will attempt to go a record of 53 hours.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 12 at 11:00 a.m. – Friday, June 14 at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: SkyWheel Panama City Beach
15700 LC Hilton Jr Dr.
Panama City Beach, FL 32413
QUOTE: “Local radio stunts make this business great,” said Paco. “I look forward to providing support and a much-needed distraction to our community while trying to break a world record in the process.”