La Crescent boy with cancer gets art prize after rush of support

Source: LaCrosse Tribune | February 4, 2014

Obi Christenson’s fourth-place finish in a national facial tissue box design contest was so close that White Cloud officials also declared him a winner.

White Cloud makes La Crescent boy a winner

Source: WXOW | January 29, 2014

Good news for fans of the La Crescent boy who was competing in a national contest with his artwork. White Cloud announced Monday afternoon that due to an outpouring of support for Obi Christenson, they are making him an honorary fourth place winner in their Miracle Designs contest.

Battling cancer, boy turns to art

Source: The Times and Democrat | January 21, 2014

Obi Christenson’s pictures landed him on the short list of semifinalists for a national contest to design art for facial tissue boxes. Tissue-maker White Cloud sponsored the competition in association with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Local Girl's Art Lands Top Spot in National Competition

Source: My High Plains | January 20, 2014

A Canyon girl's artwork has landed her a spot as a finalist in a national competition. Madilynn Nichols submitted a drawing to the White Cloud and Children's Miracle Network contest when she was hospitalized at Northwest for two weeks.

8-year-old La Crescent boy battling cancer finalist in national art contest

Source: Star Tribune | January 20, 2014

Obi Christenson can't play kickball any more, but he can draw. He draws pictures of food, superheroes and his cat, Willow. The shy La Crescent 8-year-old couldn't quite describe what came over him when he drew for about two hours in a playroom at Gundersen Health System, so intent on his artwork he ran a black marker dry.

Canyon Girl Attempts to Win $15K

Source: Amarillo Globe News | January 17, 2014

A 9-year-old Canyon girl is hoping her drawing will blow away national competition and land on a tissue box — and win Amarillo’s Children’s Miracle Network affiliate a $15,000 prize.

Help Make a Miracle

Source: University of Florida Insider | January 17, 2014

Please help us in supporting UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital pediatric patient Nathan Ferrell, 5, who is a semi-finalist in this year’s White Cloud tissue box design contest.

Local teen's artwork up for national tissue box design

Source: Columbus Telegram | January 15, 2014

White Cloud named Kaleb Buck, 13, of Columbus, a semifinalist for its national tissue box design contest with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Buck is one of 14 semifinalists out of more than 250 submissions from each of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ seven regions.

N.J. Boy Enters White Cloud Drawing Contest

Source: WFMZ | January 14, 2014

Read about the art contest to benefit Children’s Miracle Network.

12-year-old with Lakeview ties a finalist in national contest

Source: Battle Creek Enquirer | January 14, 2014

Read about the art contest to benefit Children’s Miracle Network.

La Crescent Boy Semi-Finalist in Tissue Box Design

Source: WXOW | January 14, 2014

White Cloud has named Obadiah (Obi) Christenson, 8, as one of 14 semi-finalists of its national tissue box design contest with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®. Read the story from WXOW in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

La Crescent Boy Semi-Finalist in Tissue Box Design

Source: WXOW | January 14, 2014

White Cloud has named Obadiah (Obi) Christenson, 8, as one of 14 semi-finalists of its national tissue box design contest with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®. Read the story from WXOW in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Nothing to sneeze at: Two Salinas girls are finalists in national tissue-box design contest

Source: The Californian | January 10, 2014

Two Salinas girls are among 14 finalists in a national tissue-box design contest. If they are chosen as two of three winners, their victories will pump up to $30,000 into the local Children’s Miracle Network.

Local Kid's Drawing Could Win Big Money for Children's Miracle Network

Source: San Angelo Live | January 9, 2014

See finalist Hayley Wardlaw’s tissue box design and learn about the contest that supports CMN hospitals.

Bonham Elementary Student Semi-Finalist in White Cloud Contest

Source: Concho Valley | January 9, 2014

Hayley Wardlaw, age 9, of San Angelo is a semi-finalist in the 2014 White Cloud tissue box design drawing contest. See the story on Concho Valley’s homepage.

If I Buy Paper Towels and TP Made From Recycled Paper, Am I Really Helping the Environment?

Source: Men's Health | December 1, 2013

Saving the planet is a crappy job, but someone has to do it.

How to Pay Less for Everything

Source: Redbook | September 1, 2013

Walmart's White Cloud Ultra Comfort Bathroom Tissue was the standout store brand in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute's toilet tissue test.

A Mommy Story: The Best Swag From BlogHer '13

Source: A Mommy Story | July 29, 2013

“A Mommy Story” blogger shares her experience at the BlogHer ’13 event, where she had fun engaging with the White Cloud team building booth.

The Big, Big BlogHer 2013 Post

Source: Jill Cataldo | July 28, 2013

Blogger Jill Cataldo shares her experience at the BlogHer ’13 event, where she attended the White Cloud “Cocktails in the Clouds” party.

Best Toilet Papers Wipe Out Top Brands

Source: ABC News | June 19, 2013

Consumer Reports revisited its toilet paper ratings after testing more than two dozen products, naming the worst and best brands. The results may be a surprise to those who think the top national brands are always preferred.

Attention Walmart shoppers! White Cloud toilet paper is tops.

Source: Consumer Reports | June 18, 2013

You're standing before a wall of white in the toilet paper aisle of your local retailer, thinking: How much difference can there really be between brands X,Y and Z? So you go with the cheapest, or the one you know best, only to be reminded later that, actually there's a big difference between good and bad TP. That's plain to see in Consumer Reports' toilet paper Ratings, where fifty points separate our first and last-place products. So before restocking your supply, be sure to check the results.

White Cloud Names Children's Miracle Network Hospital Tissue Box Design Contest Winners

Source: The Wall Street Journal | June 4, 2013

White Cloud(R), a paper products company, named 12-year-old Stephanie Lopez from Las Vegas the grand prize winner of its national tissue box design contest with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals(R) . Stephanie Avalos, age 14, from Reno, Nev., won second prize and Allison Hutstedler, age 6, from Royal Oak, Mich., won third prize. The designers' artwork is printed on special edition White Cloud facial tissue boxes available exclusively at Walmart through June.

Local girl with leukemia wins design contest

Source: Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) | June 3, 2013

A local girl who suffers from leukemia has won the White Cloud National Tissue Box Design Contest with the Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals

White Cloud flushes the competition in Consumer Reports' toliet paper ratings

Source: Chatham Journal | May 20, 2013

Products with “green” claims prove weak; Plus, tips on how to choose and the latest brands to be downsized

The Price of Paper

Source: Gorgeously Green | April 22, 2013

Proponents of recycled paper claim that if everyone in the US traded on role of recycled paper for one of the fancy stuff, we would save approximately 470,000 trees. More than 98% of bath tissue sold in America comes from Virgin Wood, and virgin wood basically means that more and more trees are being cut down for something that we use for less than 3 seconds and then toss.

For A Stress-Free Ride, Declutter The Car With This Great Tip From 'Green And Clean Mom' Blogger Sommer Poquette

Source: Huffington Post | February 19, 2013

When trying to get our homes in order, deciding where to start is often the hardest part. So we've been rounding up the best tips from the top cleaning and organizing experts to help you get a fresh start on these projects. Make sure to visit our Pinterest board to see all of this helpful info in one place.

Not ready to give up

Source: Daily Sparks Tribune | January 29, 2013

When 14-year-old Stephanie Avalos was diagnosed with Lupus she did not bother to let her emotions and thoughts get the best of her. Her mind had millions of thoughts rolling through it but the single-syllable idea she chose to hold on to was hope.

Local Teen Finalist in National Contest

Source: Kolo TV | January 24, 2013

A local teenager will have a chance to get her artwork displayed across the country with your help. It's all part of a contest hosted by White Cloud Facial Tissues, benefiting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

Vote For Darby!

Source: YourErie | January 19, 2013

A local girl needs your vote to be chosen for a white cloud tissue box ten year old Darby Blanchette was diagnosed with type one diabetes right before Christmas...

Amarillo CMN Patient Jasmine Diaz has a Chance to Win $15,000 for CMN From White Cloud

Source: Mix 94.1 | January 13, 2013

Children’s Miracle Network is a local organization who helps out sick kids in the Texas Panhandle. Each year Mix 94.1 turns over our radio station to raise funds for CMN. Some of those funds go to help the kids have fun during their stay at the hospital. One local patient turned a stay in a hospital to a possibility of having her artwork showcased on a White Cloud tissue box.

White Cloud and Children's Miracle Network team up to bring comfort and care to kids

Source: PR Web | January 08, 2013

White Cloud fans have the chance to win a one-year supply of White Cloud products when they vote for the brand’s new facial tissue box designs, created by kids at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The top three designs will be chosen and the winners will receive a generous donation to their hospitals from White Cloud.

Walmart Wipes Up Competition in Toilet Paper Showdown

Source: TIME Moneyland | April 5, 2012

If you need some toilet tips, this is the article for you. You'll be amazed at some of these tips. No, really. You will be. Oh yes, you will be.

White Cloud Bath Tissue Offers Trenton NJ Free Rolls

Source: PR Log | March 14, 2012

Toilet Paper Company Steps In To Help Bathroom Budget Battles