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What's the Best P&G Icon of All Time? Round One

Ten P&G Characters Duke It Out

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Procter & Gamble is celebrating 175 years. And while it's created many strong brands, with the advent of TV, it became home to some pretty strong ad icons. Some of them have gone to the great ad-icon heaven in the sky, others have seen their brands sold to other companies and some, like Mr. Clean, are still around. Below is some of their work, and below that is a poll. You tell us: Which is the best P&G ad icon of all time?

After voting in this round is concluded at the end of the day, Oct. 23, we will match the top two vote-earners against one another.

Mr. Whipple (Charmin)

Josephine the Plumber (Comet)

Mr. . Olson (Folgers, acquired by J.M. Smucker)

Rosie the Waitress (Bounty)

The Man Your Man Could Smell Like (Old Spice)

Mr. Clean

Mr. P. (Pringles can man, now owned by Kellogg)

Charmin bears

Punchy (Hawaiian Punch, now owned by Dr Pepper Snapple Group)

Cheer guy

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