TRENTON, NJ — Free rolls of toilet paper came pouring through the doors of city hall yesterday, after another company donated goods following a highly publicized budget battle, according to The Times.
Arkansas-based Kruger is the latest company to offer up donations to the city, joining the likes of Dyson, which donated 15 hand drying units, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which donated sloganized toilet paper, the article stated.
According to the article, from Kruger, the city received a one-month supply donation of toilet paper, supplies of which were nearly exhausted on Wednesday after a five-month stalemate over a $46,000 contract to purchase paper products from the Pennsauken-based Amsan.
"We are happy to extend a helping hand to our neighbors working for the city of Trenton," said White Cloud Marketing Director John McPherson in a statement.
"At one time or another, we have all found ourselves in the unfortunate situation of running out of toilet paper. When we learned that city employees in Trenton may find themselves without the rolls they need, we wanted to step in and help," McPherson added.
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