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Pennsylvania's Tague Lumber broke the Guinness World Record for most people "knocking on wood" -- nearly doubling the previous high mark

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Tague Lumber, Malvern, Pa., was recognized by Guinness World Records for an extraordinary feat achieved with the support and participation of its valued customers and community members. 

The event, held in Plumstead Township, Doylestown, Bucks County, and surrounding areas, saw an unprecedented level of excitement from across the region. With the collaborative efforts of participants, volunteers, stewards, vendors, employees, and supporters, Tague Lumber successfully shattered the previous Guinness record for the most people simultaneously “knocking on wood.” 

Surpassing all expectations, the event saw an impressive turnout of 552 participants, surpassing the previous record of 295. This remarkable achievement solidifies Tague Lumber’s position as an “Officially Amazing” Guinness record holder. 

“We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the incredible support and enthusiasm shown by our community. Breaking a Guinness World Record is a testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone involved. We are immensely proud of what we have accomplished together.” said Vince Tague, president. 

The event not only marked a historic milestone but also served as a celebration of camaraderie and fun shared among participants. Although the record-breaking attempt has concluded, the memories of this special day will forever remain cherished by all involved. 

Tague Lumber extends its sincerest thanks to everyone who played a part in making this achievement possible. As the company looks towards the future, it anticipates celebrating many more milestones alongside its dedicated community of customers and friends. 

With a rich legacy spanning over 115 years, Tague Lumber stands as a cornerstone in the industry, adeptly navigating the evolving marketplace while upholding its steadfast commitment to excellence.