Aydlett Brothers Ramp Up for Launch of Towers for Tots Project

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Tower for Humanity build. Photo Credit: Aydlette Brothers

Now that brothers Brandon and Landon Aydlett hold the Guinness world record for the tallest and largest toy timber structure, they’re giving back to those in need through the Towers for Tots project this Christmas to benefit Toys for Tots. 

Towers for Tots will kick off on Saturday, November 25, 2022, at the Micronesia Mall outside the men’s Macy’s Department store, where individuals can donate toys for those in need during the holiday season. 

As a nod to the project’s name, Towers for Tots plans to construct several toy timber logs, with an estimated 90,000 blocks for one of the buildings. Interested individuals could volunteer to assemble blocks on-site during the construction. Additionally, they could participate in the sponsor-a-log campaign, in which they could sponsor a log by toy donations to Toys for Tots. 

For more information, contact the Aydlett Brothers at aydlett.brothers@gmail.com or via WhatsApp at (671)-777-5337.

Towers for Tots - PR 1 - 2 Nov 2022
For more information on the Toys for Tots campaign, contact
Gunnery Sergeant Rubin Tan: at (671) 685-0750 or by email: at Dededo.gu@toysfortots.org.

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