The brand sent out a private toilet van that went wherever it was needed for two days

It can be hard to be out on the town when you realize you need to use the restroom—with none in sight. Toilet paper brand Charmin looked to help out urban adventurers in need with the Van-Go, a portable toilet truck that comes to the location of the person who requests it.

On June 21 and 22, the Van-Go drove around New York City. To access it, all people had to do was go to the van's website, ask for a van to come and then wait for the restroom to comes to them. Anthony Anderson, star of ABC's family sitcom black-ish, was also in the van to surprise people with a little bit of bathroom humor. Whether or not this kind of stunt will get people to buy more Charmin products, it is a creative way to get people on board.

Charmin Van-Go

It can be hard to be out on the town when you realize you need to use the restroom—with none in sight. Toilet paper brand Charmin looked to help out urban adventurers in need with the Van-Go, a portable toilet truck that comes to the location of the person who requests it.

On June 21 and 22, the Van-Go drove around New York City. To access it, all people had to do was go to the van's website, ask for a van to come and then wait for the restroom to comes to them. Anthony Anderson, star of ABC's family sitcom black-ish, was also in the van to surprise people with a little bit of bathroom humor. Whether or not this kind of stunt will get people to buy more Charmin products, it is a creative way to get people on board.