Posted by | January 14, 2014 | Uncategorized | No Comments

In 1993, the Dinkins Administration signed the first contract for public toilets in New York City. 20 years and now four administrations later, there is still only one experimental toilet in Herald Square (pictured…along with an unidentified woman who, we assume, was about to use it). For a town that bills itself as a world-class city, it’s amazing how so many creature comforts are overlooked. What do you do to be sure that you are responsive to all your customers’ – or friends – needs?

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