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Even though Walmart has great prices people without transportation can not afford to pay to go to store to s. A necessity and a favorite for our family. The guys complain more than the girls if there is no Charmin Ultra Soft in the house. I have to make sure to purchase the largest pack I can find.
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In , Hoberg changed its name to Charmin Paper Company and continued to produce bath tissue, paper napkins, and other paper products. Originally, the manufacturer wanted to emphasize the product's softness, but did not know how to convey the idea of that physical sensation on television. The company's advertising agency suggested that shoppers be encouraged to squeeze the product in stores like a grocery shopper would squeeze a tomato to assess its softness, but there was some concern that retailers would object to customers manhandling their merchandise and thus damaging it before purchase. The problem was solved with the concept that the handling would be actively discouraged by a comic antagonistic retailer in the commercials. George Whipple. Whipple told his customers, "Please don't squeeze the Charmin! The country song "Don' Squeeze My Sharmon", which was a minor hit for Charlie Walker in , was inspired by the ad campaign for Charmin. In the logo mascot was a female silhouette,  supplemented by a baby in , replacing the woman by In commercials, Mr.