June 05, 2011

Cozi Sets World Record

We got the ducks in a row!

On June 5th, Cozi set a Guinness World Record for the longest line of ducks in a row. Imagine 17,782 yellow rubber ducks stretching an entire mile through Magnuson Park in Seattle.

We'd like to thank all the families at the park who helped. You rocked! And you made the day loads of fun. As soon as we laid down the first duck, big kids, little kids and grown ups (and a dog or two) stepped up to help us line up our ducks. What a big help, considering we had to get those ducks touching nose-to-tail all the way from the kids' playground to the waterfront...

Ducks in a Row

Why did we do this? To celebrate the millions of families who use Cozi to get their ducks in a row everyday. This was a big, fun gesture in honor of all those families... and to encourage more families to do the same.

And now you're wondering about what we did with all those ducks, right? Well, it turns out that for an early June day in Seattle, the weather was absolutely amazing!

Glorious sunshine and mid-seventies with a cool breeze = a park full of families. Let's just say we had no shortage of kids asking if they could take the ducks. So after the world record was set, we sent ALL the ducks home with folks at the park!

It was a great, sunshiny day!


You can still join in the fun, and maybe even win a smartphone to organize your family on the go. Learn more about the Cozi Summer of Ducks contest. Check out all the duck photos and find out if your ducks are in a row at cozi.com/ducks.

Now that we've set the world record, it's time to get back to helping families get their own ducks in a row—with THE BEST family calendar and organizing app out there!



Congrats cozi and thanks for the ducks!


That looked like fun!


What a beautiful setting for all those ducks!

Todd Baker

Great Job Trevor!!!!!
Congratulations on a job well done. I'm sure Mom and yourself had a fun time. Yes that is a great picture.


Wish we had been there! Looks like it was a blast.

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