Whether you attend big festivals or small ones, EDM festivals or heavy metal festivals, NFL games or NASCAR races, the one thing that unites fans of all major events is a universal hatred of the portapotties. Those omnipresent blue boxes are the hot and stinky bane of any festival fan's existence. Now former actress and former WWE wrestler and NFL cheerleader Stacy Keibler is heading up the Charmin Relief Project to tackle the problem with a series of high end portable toilets at major events.
Keibler's first stop on the Charmin Relief Project was the NFL season opener in Denver as the Denver Broncos mauled Keibler's former team the Baltimore Ravens 49-27. The Charmin Relief Project provided 20 clean and fresh smelling portable restrooms to the stadium for tailgating fans to enjoy. Charmin Relief Project restrooms even had a bathroom attendant in each one.
While becoming a spokesman for a toilet paper brand may seem like an odd fit for the former model, in a press release announcing the project Keibler said her lifelong love of football and experiences as an NFL cheerleader made this a project she wanted to be part of. “I’ve been a football fan my entire life and I love to tailgate before the games,” said Charmin spokesperson, Stacy Keibler. “I’m very excited to partner with Charmin on their efforts to provide a better bathroom experience to football fans!” In other words, the always beautiful and elegant Keibler has probably also had to face the smelly blue box a few times in her life.
Keibler's partner in this venture, Charmin, definitely knows a thing or two about toilets, being one of the best selling brands of toilet tissue in the world and residing in millions of household bathrooms and probably even a few portapotties over the years.
Keibler plans to bring the Charmin Relief Project to three other NFL stadiums this year and will then continue on past tailgating season to make appearances at other events. Here's hoping they'll make a stop at a music festival near you.