Mumbai: UCN Cable Network has set a new Daughters’ Day world record with a unique initiative encouraging people to feature their daughters’ names on house name plates. The extensive drive was recognised by the Golden Book of World Records on the occasion of International Daughters’ Day which is celebrated every year on 26 September.
Naming the drive as the 'largest campaign of displaying daughter’s name at house nameplate,' The Golden Book of World Records awarded a provisional certificate to the Nagpur-based company.
“UCN Cable has created history with this initiative that will go a long way in celebrating daughters and encouraging them to be achievers in life," said Golden Book of World Records head Dr Manish Vishnoei, congratulating UCN Cable Network.
The Golden Book of World Records recognises and honours national and global acts and events that are unique in terms of scale, precedence, or format.
The Daughters’ Day initiative undertaken by UCN Cable Network was found to be the first and fulfilling all parameters and requirements on assessment, following which its application for the world record was accepted, said the statement.