On Tuesday, a bunch of PwC partners and staff in Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada attempted to hold the attention of third, fourth, and fifth graders with the topic of personal money management. There were so many P. Dubbers involved in fact, that it set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for "The Largest Simultaneous Financial Literacy Lesson in Multiple Locations." Although slapping a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD on it seems like overkill, it sounds like a worthy cause since most school kids are about as responsible with money as a drunken sailor during Fleet Week. [PwC]
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