Thanks to “trap & lock technology”, one sheet of Bounty Select-A-Size is 2X more absorbent than the Custom-Size-It ® brand (11” X 5.5”). To prove to food fanatics the strength of one sheet, Select-A-Size Clean Crews were on-site tackling the biggest messes at Carnaval – wiping up spills and messes all along Miracle Mile. Product demonstrations also helped bring to life the absorbency and strength of each small sheet of Select-A-Size, and a fun photo opportunity got everyone in the spirit.

“We couldn’t think of a better place than the biggest party in Florida, for Bounty’s next stop on our Select-A-Size tour,” said Laura Dressman, Bounty Communications Manager. “At each of these events, we are demonstrating that even for big messes, you can choose small sheets with Select-A-Size and use less.”

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About Bounty

Bounty has been America’s most popular paper towel for more than 30 years. In the U.S., P&G offers the following premium two-ply paper towel products: Bounty Select-a-Size; Bounty White; Bounty Extra Soft; and Bounty Fun Prints. Additionally, P&G offers Bounty Basic, a quality one-ply paper towel as well Bounty Quilted Napkins. For more information on Bounty, visit

About Carnaval Miami Cooking Contest

Since 1982, the Carnaval Miami Cooking Contest has been a favorite of culinary enthusiasts. It is a production of the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, a non-profit organization serving the youth of South Florida since 1978. The cooking contest is one of the many events of the festival that also includes world famous Calle Ocho and Carnaval on the Mile, as well as a beauty contest, footrace, golf, domino & soccer tournaments all taking place during the months of February and culminating with Calle Ocho on March 10.

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