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Finalists announced in search for America's Best Restroom

Business services company Cintas announced the 10 finalists in its America's Best Restroom Contest, which seeks to find the cleanest, most efficient and aesthetically pleasing lavatory in the United States. File Photo by luckyraccoon/Shutterstock.com
Business services company Cintas announced the 10 finalists in its America's Best Restroom Contest, which seeks to find the cleanest, most efficient and aesthetically pleasing lavatory in the United States. File Photo by luckyraccoon/Shutterstock.com

Aug. 16 (UPI) -- An Ohio-based business services company is asking the public to choose between 10 finalists for the title of America's Best Restroom.

Cintas announced the 10 public lavatories chosen as finalists for the America's Best Restroom Contest were selected on criteria including hygiene and aesthetics.

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"The public is expecting a higher hygiene standard in public restrooms, and we're proud to spotlight these unique restrooms that are well-maintained without sacrificing aesthetic quality," Cintas marketing manager Sean Mulcahey said in a news release.

Cintas is inviting the public to vote on the finalists on the contest's website.

The finalists are the Core24 GVL gym in Greenvile, S.C.; the Fancy Flush portable toilet in Santa Rose, Calif.; JFK Airport's Terminal 4 in New York; Nan Thai Fine Dining in Atlanta; the Planet World museum in Washington, D.C.; the Pump House in Kannapolis, N.C.; The Fed Community restaurant in Clarkston, Mich.; Two Cities Pizza in Cincinnati; and the restroom at William S. Craycraft Park in Mission Veijo, Calif.

Voting is open through Aug. 20.

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