In total, 261 employees, staff and management collaborated to create the human peace sign. For the first time, teams from the Crowne Plaza Dead Sea Resort and Spa; Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea; Marriott Hotel Jordan Valley Resort and Spa; Movenpick Resort and Spa Dead Sea; Kempenski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea; Winter Valley Warwick Resort and Spa; Dead Sea Spa Hotel; Hilton Dead Sea Resort and Spa, and the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center worked together to break the Guinness World Record. The employees, a mix of Jordanians and Expats, wore matching colored shirts and locked hands to form a Human Peace Sign. The winning signal was announced a 11:16AM Jordan time.
The Dead Sea Jordan, the lowest spot on earth, is recognized worldwide for the Bapstism Site of Jesus Christ, award-winning wellness and medical spas, International hotel brands, a state-of-the art Convention Center, and the source of the Dead Sea cosmetic therapeutic muds and salts.
The Guinness World Record was organized by Monaco Business Devlopement, a marketing company based in Jordan promoting products, services, and concepts to local and international markets and Ziyad Mazzawi Corporation, a production company based in Amman, Jordan. The Guinness World Record-the Largest Floating Human Image was supported by the Jordan Tourism Board and US media partner TravelTalkMEDIA.