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WI pajama company wants to break world record

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MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A Wisconsin company that makes one-piece pajamas wants to break a world record.

The founders of Forever Lazy are going to try to break the record for the largest gathering of people wearing one-piece pajamas Saturday. The current record is 700.

The attempt will include an anti-run called the "1K Creep," which amounts to a bar crawl and block party in downtown Milwaukee

They are selling tickets for $20, which also covers the fleece pajamas.

All profits will be donated to Variety the Children's Charity of Wisconsin

In a news release, one of the founders, Tyler Galganski says it's about time someone organized an event for lazy people to raise money for charity.

Galganski and Dave Hibler started the company in 2009 out of Hibler's parents' basement in Brookfield.

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