Watch Prudential's World-Record-Breaking 30-Foot-Tall Domino Topple

Droga5 Helps Demonstrate How Putting Aside Even Small Amounts of Money for Retirement Can Set Off a Chain Reaction

Published on Sep 16, 2014

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If people spent as much time planning for retirement as they did dreaming about it, Prudential wouldn't have had to enlist a psychology professor, a construction crew and passersby at a Charlotte, N.C., plaza for a social experiment involving a world-record-breaking 30-foot-tall domino topple. Watch the resulting spot above, then watch a short behind-the-scenes documentary video here.

Droga5 helped the insurance and financial services company pull off the stunt in order to demonstrate how a small action (like putting modest amounts of money toward retirement) can cause ... a domino effect.

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Sep 16, 2014
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