The Cottonelle dog-bus showed up in Philadelphia, and – like New York just weeks ago – Greenpeace was there to stand up for ancient forests. This time the strange looking dog-bus was parked across from Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Cottonelle-hawking marketers invited passersby to come aboard the bus to talk about butts and, of course, buy Cottonelle.
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Skipping the butt-talk, Greenpeace activists sprang into action, unfurling a bright yellow “Forest Crime Scene” banner in front of the dog-bus. The activists then beat Kimberly-Clark at its marketing game, talking to hundreds of people about Cottonelle’s connection to ancient forest destruction. Upon learning that Cottonelle, Kleenex, Huggies and other Kimberly-Clark brands wipe away ancient forests, many people pledged to buy other forest friendly tissues.
Join activists across North America to confront the forest-destroying Cottonelle bus! The toilet paper pushing dog-bus is scheduled to tour cities in the US and Canada. If you see the bus on the road or think it is coming to your town, let us know!
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