Fike Swim Has You Covered – Free Toilet Paper!

We’re not giving away just any toilet paper either. Now through March 31st (or while supplies last) you’ll get a free roll of Charmin Ultra Strong toilet paper with every order of $25 or more. What better excuse do you need to order one of our new suits? Be well, stay clean!


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Papa Bear Swimmer
2 years ago

Or maybe donate the toilet paper to shelters or clinics instead. Might actually have a bigger impact for those in need instead of giving a single roll of toilet paper to someone who can afford to buy extra swim equipment right now.

I get it definitely sorta relevant marketing, but kinda tone deaf to the current state of affairs.

Reply to  Papa Bear Swimmer
2 years ago

While a nice sentiment, and I know it’s popular to corona-shame everyone on the internet, there is no actual toilet paper shortage. Institutions like clinics have plenty of toilet paper. The choke point is on the retail supply chain – a package of toilet paper takes up a lot of space on trucks and shelves, so it’s hard to keep it stocked on a retail supply chain, but institutional supply chains haven’t been interrupted, and clinics will still be receiving their regular shipments of toilet paper.

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Reply to  mathematician
2 years ago

Homeless shelters, women’s shelters, transitional facilities, Meals on Wheels, Sanctuary for Families, public schools, churches, free stores, food pantries, etc. All of those places are outside of the medical field/facilities who indeed have better access. Any of these organizations has a need constantly for items like this outside of this Corona pandemic. Can’t imagine the pointed lack of options on the retail side is a help to these already struggling organizations. Hospitals and clinics will have TP, but those who already are struggling probably arent going to have access.

Again might be better marketing and goodwill to pick one larger group to donate to, who could also help distribute it to those in need. Imagine the ROI on giving one… Read more »

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Reply to  Papa Bear Swimmer
2 years ago

We are happy to donate a customer’s TP if they note it in their order.

2 years ago

Toilet paper hoarding companies should be boycotted!

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Reply to  Ladyvoldisser
2 years ago

Whew, good thing we’re not hoarding. We’re a small company pulling a few rolls from the Fike family Costco package to keep sales going through the pandemic.

Reply to  Fike Swim
2 years ago

You are to be commended!

2 years ago

Rand Paul is an placing order. Wants to get back in Senate swimming pool with that fancy Murica suit. So patriotic!

2 years ago

Throw in an N95 and some baby wipes and I’m all in!