Soda Fans Organize to Contact Coca-Cola!

Who:  TaB Soda and Northern Neck Ginger Ale Fans

When:  Monday 11/7-Friday 11/11 (8AM-5PM Eastern)

What:  Contact Coca-Cola and ask them to bring back your favorite soda (TaB and/or Northern Neck Ginger Ale)

How:  Every day, Monday through Friday (11/7-11/11), please make a call to Coca-Cola (800.GET.COKE)  and/or e-mail them using their contact us form (Contact Us Form | The Coca-Cola Company) and let them know you would like to see your favorite soda back on store shelves.   If you are willing, make multiple calls and send multiple e-mails to let them know you really want it back.  At the end of each day, submit this form telling us how many calls you made and e-mails you sent.  

Which group will make the most contacts?  TaB fans?  Northern Neck Ginger Ale fans?   Or will it be a tie?  Which fanbase is the most invested in seeing their soda back on store shelves?  We’ll see!  Regardless of who has the most contacts, we must keep letting Coca-Cola know that there is demand for these discontinued products to stand a chance of getting them back.

Additional Info: If you’re not aware of Northern Neck Ginger Ale, and how fans of that soda are in a similar situation to TaB fans–here’s some information to catch you up to speed:

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.

2 thoughts on “Soda Fans Organize to Contact Coca-Cola!

  1. Strongly suggest this campaign be focused on local Bottlers. Especially the ginger ale. TCCC will not move given their policy to focus … Bottlers may be able to move it.

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    1. We think this is a great idea! We’ve been working to gather contact details for a few select bottlers and could use help if you have
      more suggestions on the bottlers who would be most likely to help us. We need phone numbers and addresses that will reach the bottler, and not transfer folks over to corporate, and that’s taking some time for us to compile. We’re focusing on those who bottled TaB at the tail end of its production.


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