|Guinness book of world records 2011
Happy new year to you all. Hopefully 2011
will bring you renewed motivation, new challenges and lots of excitement! We
wish you the best of luck in the pursuit of your goals.
It has been quite some time since we last
updated you on the Guinness World Record
Martin Strel. Martin’s documentary, Big River Man, is still showing in
many countries and he continues to spread his incredible Amazon swim message
that people can achieve their goals and make a difference throughout the world.
Also Martin has been swimming and promoting environmental messages for two
decades. But Martin would not be Martin if he was not planning new projects and
here they are, coming out now!
1) BBC World Radio Interview on 06 January, 2011
Martin’s recent interview with Matthew
Bannister of BBC World Radio will be aired worldwide from 6 January 2011.
Martin’s interview features on the BBC’s “Outlook” programme which explores
remarkable human stories behind the news. To check times in your area please
follow this link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/
Martin will announce his new project(s)
during this interview - stay tuned to find out!
2) Sponsorship opportunity
We are looking for a corporate sponsor for Martin’s new swimming challenge. Martin’s projects attract huge media exposure globally. We will again be producing a documentary of Martin’s swim, which will be aired on TV worldwide. Please direct all enquiries to email@example.com.
3) Speaking engagements
Martin is now based in North
America , where he continues to train and speak at various events.
Martin is available as a public motivational/inspirational speaker, travelling
from USA/Canada – please see HERE for further details.
4) Big River Man DVD release in North America
Our award-winning documentary has finally
been released in North America. We are selling signed copies for the
special price of 10.90 EUR until 31 January 2011.
To buy a copy Click HERE.
5) Other interesting read:
- UN: Dirty Water Kills More People Than Wars
- James Cameron, an Ally Out of ‘Avatar’ to stop the Amazon dam
Wishing You The Best 2011!
Amazon Swim Team, www.amazonswim.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,