PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Public bathrooms stink – literally.

But at Saturday’s Army-Navy game in Philadelphia, tailgaters will have access to some decidedly more upscale porta potties.

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Toilet paper brand Charmin is bring game-goers a better bathroom at this weekend’s annual game. The “Charmin Relief Project” will be setting up 20 posh portable lavatories equipped with satellite TV and custom lighting to give those tailgating before the game somewhere a little more comfortable to do what they have to do.

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The 64-foot restrooms include plants and flower arrangements, running water, satellite TV, an array of Charmin products and custom lighting. They also come with attendants to make sure everything stays fresh and non-porta potty-like.

The special bathrooms will be located at Lincoln Financial Field’s Lot M at the southwest corner along Darien Street from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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In addition to “providing relief” for college football fans, Charmin will also be donating $10,000 to Tailgate for Troops, which works to increase morale for active duty service members and veterans.