Please, if it is one of the area's largest employers, can't you give P&G respect by spelling the name right? It's PROCTER and Gamble (if you're a native, you make that mistake only once). It's PROCTOR-SILEX but PROCTER and Gamble. If you are a legitimate, respected travel site, at least get the names correct.
Walking around downtown affords some great visual pleasures in exploring the great architecture of this city. One of the emblematic vistas of downtown includes the twin buildings (looks like, ahem, mammaries) of Procter & Gamble's headquarter buildings!
P&G, a Fortune 500 company, is one of the oldest & longest-running companies in the nation churning out products such as Tide laundry detergent, Downey fabric softener, Pringles potato chips, Febreze, Swiffer mop products (I did a Wetjet commercial for them September 2002; that paid for school and my 2003 9-day trip to Paris!), Camay soap, Cheer laundry detergent, Cover Girl cosmetics, Charmin bathroom tissue, Folger's coffee, Crest toothpaste, just to name a few.
My friend, Kristin, worked on-site as a consultant for a few years and sometimes I'd head over to downtown to pick her up for lunch.