Our February Event

Creating a Monthly Event

The #SaveTaB committee is focusing on creating at least one single big event each month that we can all easily participate in–and we want to start communicating about it early (and often) so everyone can start to remind one another in the various social media groups we participate in. We hope this will help to drive engagement and build energy around the events to maximize participation.

February Event

With that being said, our February event is going to be a mass mailing event. It’s called “Valentines for TaB Day.” We are going to be physically sending Valentine’s Day cards to Mr. James Quincey, CEO of Coca-Cola, expressing our love for TaB (and asking him to bring it back).

We’re talking about the bright pink (TaB pink?!?) type with hearts, glitter, and all of the fun cheesy messages, of course.

We want to make this incredibly easy for all of you, so we are working on creating a library of Valentine’s day templates you can simply print off, write a message, and send. That will be coming soon! But in the meantime, if you want to participate and are interested in making your own handmade cards, now’s the time to start working on that (or running to the store to buy some if that’s more your speed).

Stay tuned for more blog posts in the coming weeks that will point you to the templates and remind you to send them at least a week before 2/14 so they arrive on time! We’ll start an official countdown on February 1st.

Send them to:

Coca-Cola Company
ATTN: Mr. James Quincey, CEO
1 Coca Cola Plaza NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

We hope you’ll participate, and share this idea around. The more of us who send them, the better!


Published by savetabsoda

The SaveTaBSoda Committee was formed in 2021 to help convince Coca-Cola to bring back TaB Soda! TaB was discontinued in 2020, and we weren't finished with it yet. Join us in our efforts to save TaB from the history books.

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