I received this email this week asking if I’d like to tour the “Charmin” bathrooms at the Army/Navy Game on Saturday:
I received this email this week asking if I’d like to tour the bathrooms at the Army/Navy Game on Saturday:
In case you were planning to cover this
weekend’s Army-Navy game, I wanted to introduce myself and share some news
about an event we’ll be sponsoring on game day in Philly.
Despite having a long standing rivalry,
there’s one issue uniting Army and Navy on game day – a universal hatred
of the port-a-potty! Those stinky, oppressive blue boxes are the
bane of tailgating fans across the country.
On Saturday (December 14), Charmin
toilet paper is bringing a better bathroom experience to one of the biggest
college rivalries – the annual Army-Navy game. The “Charmin
Relief Project” is teaming up with Tailgate for Troops, a non-profit
focused on increasing the morale and welfare of active duty service members/veterans,
to bring state-of-the-art restrooms to tailgaters at the annual Army-Navy
game in Philadelphia.
The “Charmin Relief Project” will provide
20 clean and fresh-smelling portable restrooms, equipped with Satellite
TV and custom lighting fixtures for tailgaters to enjoy before the game.
In addition to providing “relief” to
tailgaters, Charmin will be donating $10,000 to Tailgate for
Let me know if you would like to get a
behind the scenes look at the restrooms on December 14 in Philadelphia.
I’m happy to talk and share more info! (Hmm I can’t make it as I’m going to tour the Fairmount Park Holiday House Tours, but I found a video of one used earlier this year. So funny too.)