Waterworks Aquatics Irvine: Record Breaking Swim Lesson

Waterworks Aquatics Irvine
June 12, 2014
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Irvine Participates in World’s Largest Swimming Lesson!

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Waterworks Aquatics, a premier Swim School and Aquatics Center in California is participating as one of the contributing hosts for the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson taking place on Friday, June 20th. . Waterworks Aquatics will have their Carlsbad, Irvine, Pasadena, and San Jose locations participate in this event as they attempt to help break the Guinness World RecordTM for the world’s largest swimming lesson.

The nation’s top water safety and training organizations are coming together as one to help present this global event. According to The American Red Cross, “The second leading cause of unintended, injury-related death for children ages 1-14 is drowning.” Area Aquatics Director of Waterworks Aquatics, Brett Shahian said, “With statistics like this, we are committed to constantly raising water safety awareness in any way possible. Participating in an event of this magnitude will help Waterworks Aquatics bring members of the community together in an effort to not only inform people of this statistic but also, to ultimately prevent people of all ages from drowning.”

This is Waterworks Aquatics’ second year participating in this event and they are more than determined to help break last year’s record of 32,450 participants. Waterworks Aquatics invites you to help increase water safety awareness and to participate in this event taking place on June 20th, at 8:00 a.m.

For more information on this event, please visit http://wlsl.org/ or take a look at our Facebook page!

or give our office a call at (949)450-0777.

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