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Punnky fears website server meltdown for Wednesday High-Five-Athon - One million high-fives expected
With Tony Abbott and John Alexander now supporting World High Five-athon, and celebrities flocking to support the event, Punnky is fearful that their servers will go into meltdown for Wednesday's High-Five-Athon. with one million high fives expected.
Celebrities and Public Figures are flocking to support the World High Five-athon. Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott says "I am pleased to join with other members of our community in marking World High Five Day in Australia, as part of the worldwide goal to reach 1 million high fives. I encourage people, especially young people, to get involved with World High Five Day and to use this time to reflect on the blessings in their lives."
Former tennis great and Liberal MP John Alexander will be giving high Fives at Epping and Eastwood train stations in Sydney. Former AFL great Warwick Capper will be giving high fives in the Gold Coast. Click Frenzy founder Grant Arnott has already high-fived his dog, which got great traction on Facebook.
The Punnky high five team will be starting their mission tomorrow at Martin Place from 6.00am and will continue to spread happiness in the CBD until midday where they will be joined by over a dozen Brazilian dancers at Pitt Street Mall and will not stop until they see everyone smile. Last week, Punnky Chief High Five Officer Robert Coorey gave 3000 high-fives at Wynyard Station in one hour!
GLOBAL HAPPINESS BOSS GARY NG & HIGH FIVE EXPERT ROBERT COOREY ARE AVAILABLE FOR MEDIA INTERVIEWS AND PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES. Contact Robert Coorey, Chief High-Five Officer on 0411 055 987 or email@example.com