Mercury Adhesives to Sponsor World Record Attempt at SEFF 2008

[Cumming GA] Mercury Adhesives announced that it had been selected along with to be the official sponsors of a Guinness World Record™ attempt, during the Southeast Electric Flight Festival (SEFF), to be held May 1-4, 2008.

About The World Record Attempt
Cliff Whitney, Mercury co-founder, stated: “We are very excited to have been selected as the official sponsor of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. During the SEFF festival, officials will attempt to set a new and official Guinness World Record™ for the most RC aircraft in the air at one time. Pilots registered for the event have the opportunity to register for a slot, which is limited to the number of available frequencies, thus the exclusivity of the opportunity. Just think, if all of the available slots are taken, this record may never be broken again. What a privilege it is to be part of a real Guinness World Record™ attempt.”

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About Mercury Adhesives
Mercury Adhesives is a privately held corporation located in Cumming, GA. Mercury products are the only USA-produced line of adhesive items and are distributed via quality retail outlets around the world. The Mercury mission is to manufacture in the USA and distribute the highest-quality scientifically engineered adhesives. More info is available at

About SEFF
SEFF is hosted by the Fayette Flyers ( and produced and directed by event coordinator Jeff Meyers. The event is held at Hodges Hobbies’ field ( in Americus, GA. SEFF has grown each year to be the largest gathering of electric RC aircraft in the world, with pilots making the trip to fly at SEFF from many countries.

The world-record attempt is the brainchild of Mr. Ric Vaughn, who will coordinate the attempt with the fine folks from Guinness World Records™ during SEFF. Mr. Vaughn is the SEFF Co-Contest Director and past president of NEAC—the National Electric Aircraft Council —a SIG of the AMA. Many local and national dignitaries are anticipated to attend to view the attempt, and each participating pilot will receive a commemorative T-shirt and certificate to mark the occasion.

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