Say hello to Andy and Knuckles, the stars of "The Andy & Knuckles Show," a situational comedy sponsored by Georgia-Pacific Professional and appearing on www.enmotion10.com. Andy and Knuckles are two long-time friends who share their own comedic take on life as hands. They are part of the 10th anniversary celebration of enMotion® touchless dispensers.
As a pair of talking hands, Andy and Knuckles appreciate how enMotion dispensers have helped make touchless dispensing easy-to-use, efficient and effective for hands like them. In a series of webisodes hosted on www.enmotion10.com, Andy and Knuckles joke about their lives as hands and many of the situations they have encountered. Visitors can interact with the characters, ask questions and suggest show topics on the website or via Twitter @GPProfessional.
These two charming, relatable characters bring to light the daily situations our hands experience in fun and humorous ways, says Alex Volpe, vice president and general manager of the towel category for Georgia-Pacific Professional. Most everyone understands the importance of proper handwashing and drying as well as a clean washroom. Andy and Knuckles offer perspective from the most important audience hands.
Throughout 2012, Georgia-Pacific Professional is celebrating 10 years of hand hygiene innovation with the industry-leading enMotion® touchless dispensing systems. Details of the celebratory activities can now be found at the enMotion brand, party-themed microsite (http://www.enmotion10.com). The company launched this site to offer professionals concerned with hygiene and efficiency the opportunity to follow and experience all aspects of the anniversary.
Georgia-Pacific Professional is planning a variety of activities to celebrate this milestone, and we want everyone to join in the festivities, says Volpe. Whether its one of our partners or a visitor interested in learning more about enMotion dispensers, the microsite provides an interesting and valuable opportunity to discover how the enMotion brand leads the industry in touchless dispensing, has helped change the handwashing and drying business and how it continues to evolve.
At www.enmotion10.com, visitors can receive updates on enMotion brand and product news, as well as find details of appearances by Mo, the companys VP of hygiene. The site also includes a list of party and tradeshow dates where fans of Mo and enMotion can join Georgia-Pacific Professional in celebrating this milestone. Additionally, the company introduces a few new characters on the microsite Andy & Knuckles who know first-hand the importance of proper hand hygiene. New site features will be launched in the coming months, including a Mo Somebody application where users can upload photos and place Mos head on a friend.