Tightrope Walker Drinks a Cup of McCafé At Home at 7,316 Feet in Record Breaking Stunt

The campaign from Havas New York spotlight’s the brand’s ongoing partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities

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Slackliner Alexander Schulz has set multiple world records for his dizzying walks that have crossed skyscrapers and even an active volcano. His latest feat took him 7,316 feet above the Pyrenees Mountains, where he broke the record for highest slackline as part of a campaign celebrating the second year of a collaboration between Ronald McDonald House Charities and Keurig Dr Pepper’s McCafé At Home.

Shulz’s stunt is shown in a “Most Extraordinary Cup” spot from Havas New York released on March 9.



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