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Dance Dance Revolution becomes quest or a Guinness record record
[FIRST Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: MIKE FRASSINELLI Of The Morning Call
Date: Dec 27, 2001
Start Page: B.1
Section: LOCAL
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Achenzie, 22, and Greg Goletz, 19, jumped and jived for eight hours and 15 minutes on a Dance Dance Revolution dancing machine at Carmike Cinemas off Airport Road, Hanover Township, Lehigh County. Dancers step on any of four directional arrows to the beat of music.

As the machine called out "You are too cool," Achenzie and Goletz showed they were too hip-hop to be square. They shuffled to the steps of blue and pink arrows. They jumped and spun. They drank gallons of bottled water and tried not to think about using the men's room.

2 PHOTOS by DOUGLAS BENEDICT, The Morning Call; 1. [Jeff Achenzie] lights a floor pad on a Dance Dance Revolution machine during a world record attempt. The machine plays club music and flashes arrows on a screen that direct the dancers to hit the arrows on pads at their feet. + 2. Jeff Achenzie (front) and Greg Goletz start dancing on a dance machine in Carmike Cinemas 16 in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, in an attempt to set a record and raise funds for Children's Miracle Network.

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