Help Tuscany break world record of consecutive high fives

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Sun file photoSlap one on High Fives Non-Profit Foundation's Roy Tuscany at the San Francisco Ski andamp; Board Festival Nov. 5.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. andamp;#8212; and the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation are working together to make history at the fourth annual San Francisco Ski andamp; Board Festival.Come one, come all to take part in a Guinness World Records attempt to break the record for most high fives in one day. Josh Dueck, who completed 9,307 high fives in a 24-hour period, holds the current record. Roy Tuscany, founder of High Fives Non-Profit Foundation, an organization devoted to helping athletes who experience life-changing injuries, will be attempting to receive at least 10,000 high fives Saturday, Nov. 5, in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion.Attending the San Francisco Ski andamp; Snowboard Festival, where each attendee will slap a high five with Roy Tuscany until the 10,000 mark is hit. If it is not achieved that day the scene will move to the Fishbowl on Divisadero Street. It is guaranteed Roy Tuscany will have a very sore hand Sunday, Nov. 6. Raising the awareness and mission of the foundation is the goal of this incredible world record attempt. Check out the story on San Francisco Daily Secret: San Francisco Ski andamp; Board Festival is a fantastic venue for the latest ski and snowboard gear and tasting premiere wines and boutique beers. More than 150 wineries and breweries will be attending and offering tastes of their newest flavors. Three free lift tickets are included with each admission. Get your tickets today. For more information visit Francisco Ski andamp; Board FestivalThe San Francisco andamp; Silicon Valley Ski andamp; Snowboard Festivals are operated by SnowBomb is the premier online ski and snowboard community offering discount lift tickets, ride share and a significant amount of insider information about the ski resorts since 1996. For more visit or High Fives FoundationHigh Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based 501.c.3 nonprofit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community. Visit

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