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Cascades is betting American consumers have become so accustomed to seeing brown napkins and paper towels they associate these products with a positive environmental message.
There will be more than graffiti to read in local public bathroom stalls if two Blind Brook High School graduates succeed in marketing toilet paper printed with advertising and coupons.
“Our printed toilet paper allows you to reach a targeted audience in a unique way that will certainly catch people’s attention,” says the website for their new company, Star Toilet Paper.
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