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15th Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Presented by Charm Weddings and Quilted Northern® Rolls Out!


Mar 23, 2019

SOURCE: Charm Weddings or prnewswire.com

BOCA RATON, Fla., March 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com has transformed to CharmWeddings.com! We are the same people with the same amazing contest and we’ve once again teamed up with the makers of Quilted Northern®.

Since 2004, the contest has challenged creative minds from across the country to create a wearable, on-trend wedding dress and headpiece from only toilet paper, glue, tape and needle and thread. Luxurious Quilted Northern® toilet paper – crafted with the highest attention-to-detail for over 100 years – will be used to make this year’s wedding dresses.

The 2018 winning Toilet Paper Wedding Dress entry by Roy Cruz of Virginia!
The 2018 winning Toilet Paper Wedding Dress entry by Roy Cruz of Virginia!
“This year, we have opened up categories for our contestants to enter into,” says Susan Bain, TP Dress Contest Co-Creator. “We are excited about our new categories of Traditional, Modern and Cultural, and know this will add an exciting element to the event,” added Co-Creator Laura Gawne.

The top twelve dresses and their designers will be flown to our Finale Event to participate in a runway fashion show in New York this summer. Representatives of Charm Weddings and Quilted Northern® as well as celebrity judges will be in attendance to judge each design!

The first prize winner will walk away with $10,000 while the second and third prize winners will receive $5,000 and $2,500 respectively.

The contest is officially open and all entries must be submitted by May 22, 2019. For official rules and entry form please visit TPDressContest.com or CharmWeddings.com. The Quilted Northern® brand will be providing coupons for the creations of these unique wedding dresses. Entrants may request a coupon for Quilted Northern® at TPDresscontest@gmail.com.

About Charm Weddings
Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com (now CharmWeddings.com) was founded by sister team Laura Gawne and Susan Bain 15+ years ago. They share wedding tips and ideas online and across social media platforms in an effort to help engaged couples and their families. Laura and Susan created the World Famous Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest 15 years ago to engage their readers and to attract a wider audience. To find out more about Charm Weddings and the TP Dress Contest please visit http://CharmWeddings.com and http://www.tpdresscontest.com

About Georgia-Pacific
Based in Atlanta, Georgia-Pacific and its subsidiaries are among the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of bath tissue, paper towels and napkins, tableware, paper-based packaging, cellulose, specialty fibers, nonwoven fabrics, building products and related chemicals. Our familiar consumer brands include Quilted Northern®, Angel Soft®, Brawny®, Dixie®, enMotion®, Sparkle®, Mardi Gras®, Vanity Fair®, and STAINMASTER™ household cleaning products. Georgia-Pacific has long been a leading supplier of building products to lumber and building materials dealers and large do-it-yourself warehouse retailers. Its Georgia-Pacific Recycling subsidiary is among the world’s largest recyclers of paper, metal and plastics. The company operates nearly 200 facilities and employs approximately 35,000 people directly, and creates nearly 92,000 jobs indirectly. For more information, visit: gp.com.

Media Contacts:
For CharmWeddings.com and TPDressContest.com
Susan Bain

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SOURCE: FlyersRights.org or prnewswire.com

DOT Continues to Ignore Express Statutory Duty to Require Reasonable Prices for International Trave

WASHINGTON, March 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — FlyersRights.org has filed a notice of appeal against the Department of Transportation (DOT) in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals over its refusal to regulate international change fees. Flyers Rights Education Fund v. U.S. Department of Transportation (CADC).

When Congress deregulated airline prices, routes, and schedules in 1978, Congress preserved the DOT’s responsibility to ensure that international prices and fees remained “reasonable.” This little known provision of U.S. law means that the FAA should strike down any change fees that are unreasonable and have no relation to cost. See 49 U.S.C. § 41501, DOT-OST-2015-0031 at regulations.gov.

Passengers are helpless when it comes these exorbitant change fees that can range up to $500 or more. Domestic consolidation and international alliances in the airline industry have combined to give passengers fewer options when travelling. As airline profits soar, the airlines continue to increase change fees by hundreds of dollars while publicly declaring that these fees are a major profit generator.

In 2015, FlyersRights.org filed a rulemaking petition demanding that the DOT enforce the Reasonableness Law for change fees on international flights. On February 1, 2019, the DOT denied this petition. In refusing to regulate despite the Reasonableness Law, the DOT said it relied on “market forces” to handle all air travel pricing and policy. See DOT-OST-2015-0031-0035. FlyersRights.org is represented in the court appeal by Joseph Sandler, Esq. of Sandler Reiff Lamb Rosenstein & Birkenstock PC, Washington, D.C.

Paul Hudson, President of FlyersRights.org, reflected on the past few years, “The DOT has demonstrated a tremendous ability to allow the airlines and airplane manufacturers to dictate enforcement policies. The DOT has ignored the law by failing to guarantee that international change fees are reasonable and related to cost. At a time when flights are routinely filled to capacity, airlines extort passengers into paying hundreds of dollars to change flights so that the airline can go back and sell the same ticket, usually at a higher price. The airlines reach into passengers’ checkbooks because the DOT refuses to follow the law.”

FlyersRights.org most recently took the FAA to federal court over the denial of its 2015 seat size rulemaking petition. The seat litigation has increased scrutiny on the FAA’s relationship with Boeing and other airplane manufacturers, has led to Congressional mandates to establish seat size standards and to review certification procedures, and has prompted a DOT Inspector General Investigation into the FAA’s oversight of emergency evacuation testing and certification.

Paul Hudson, member of the FAA Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee since 1993, noted, “The DOT and FAA keep proving, time and time again, that they will allow Boeing and the airlines to dictate policy both in the safety and consumer protection realms. From ignoring concerns over the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 787 Dreamliner, to rubber stamping manufacturers’ emergency evacuation testing, to decreasing enforcement of consumer protections to historical lows, the DOT has surrendered its duty to ensure safe air travel and reasonable protections for passengers.”

SOURCE FlyersRights.org

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