New York City has a big problem: there aren’t many clean, reliable bathrooms available. If you need to pop off the busy streets for a pitstop, you probably won’t find a free toilet — and even the ones you pay for are more than likely gonna be icky.
But we live in a time when we can instantly summon just about anything with our smartphones. Surely some enterprising innovator will soon introduce an on-demand, clean bathroom service to disrupt the Big Toilet industry.
Enter Charmin. The toilet paper company is giving NYC a taste of toilet freedom with a two-day promotion for Van-GO, its new mobile-ordering bathroom experience, this week. The press-to-order service will send on-demand bathroom service to fulfill the dreams of germophobic pedestrians with overfilled bladders everywhere — or, at least the select neighborhoods the van will hit during its run. Read more…
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