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One for the money, two for the show

Fremont is one of the best walking cities; one of the most brainy cities; one of the healthiest cities for men, and one of the drunkest for both ladies and gents.

But can it go flush for flush with any city in America? You tell me.  Scroll down for info on a contest to crown the best restroom in America. I usually do most of my dirty work here at the Argus. I can’t complain about the water pressure, although I wish we had some better newspapers in the stall.

Anyway, let me know if you have any nominees. This could put Fremont on the map.
 

Help Us Find America’s Best Restroom
Nominations Now Being Accepted for Cintas Corporation’s Eighth Annual America’s Best Restroom Award


CINCINNATI, OH – February 2, 2009 – Nominations are now being accepted for the eighth annual “America’s Best Restroom Award” – presented by Cintas Corporation. Nominations can be submitted at www.bestrestroom.com
through March 31, 2009.  Also, the public is invited to visit the America’s Best Restroom (ABR) YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/user/BestRestroomAwards to post comments, view and share videos. Facebook subscribers can locate and join the fan site by typing “America’s Best Restroom Awards” into the search bar.
 
Up to 10 finalists will be announced in June, at which time the Internet public will be asked to cast their votes.  The winner will be announced in August and receive the coveted ABR plaque of recognition from Cintas. The top five vote-getters will secure their place in the “America’s Best Restroom Hall of Fame” found at www.bestrestroom.com.   

Cintas’ “America’s Best Restroom” contest is open to any non-residential restroom that is free of charge and open to employees, visitors or the general public.  Nominators are not required to have a professional relationship with the business or staff that manages the facility, but personal experience is encouraged. Past champions have boasted breathtaking skyline views, unique décor and sparkling fixtures.

Matt Artz

  • Fremont Lifer

    Well, having an award-winning toilet couldn’t be any worse than living in one.

    If Wolfe and company get their way, Fremont will be known for a useless stadium that brings crime to our streets, which incidentally are crumbling from over-use and lack of maintenance.

    And for our home values circling the drain.

    And for incessant gridlock while people look for free parking in front of your house.

    And for paramedics who can’t get to your house because of the gridlock.

    And for our astronomical taxes to pay for all of these privileges.

    At least the stadium would give us minimum-wage, seasonal, non-benefitted employment! They’ll need security guards and hot dog vendors.