So you want to help save TaB? See below for ways to take action to help prevent our beloved soda from disappearing from store shelves forever.
First: Make sure you like us on Facebook.
Second: Make sure you sign the petition.
Then, contact TaB’s maker–the Coca-Cola Company. 1.800.GET.COKE
When contacting the Coca-Cola Company, remember to be respectful. Make your case for why they should bring back TaB. Be firm, but friendly. A little courtesy can go a long way.
And if calling Coke isn’t your thing–we have some other ideas below as well!
contact us form will allow you to e-mail the Coca-Cola Company. Or you can e-mail individual employees as well.
firstname.lastname@example.org (James Quincey, CEO)
email@example.com (Zoran Vučinić, Chief Operating Officer North America Group)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Brian Smith, Chief Operating Officer)
email@example.com (John Murphy, Chief Financial Officer/EVP)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Kate Hartman, group director, external communications)
(If you learn of other e-mail addresses, contact us to add to the list.
Write a Letter or PostcardThe Coca-Cola Company
Attn: Mr. James Quincey, CEO
1 Coca Cola Plz NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
And while you’re writing a letter–why not make several copies and send to the company’s entire executive leadership team?
Sign the PetitionThe official SaveTaBSoda petition is here.
Contact your Local BottlerIf they bottled (or still bottle) TaB–this impacts them too–so they will care. Here is a list of Coca-Cola Bottlers.
Social MediaTweet @CocaColaCo
1.800.438.2653Report your complaint, and ask for a follow up from Management.
Local MediaLocal televsion, radio, and newspaper media outlets benefit from stories like this.
Contact them. Explain how important TaB is to you. If you have a TaB collection or an interesting story about how TaB has impacted your life–share it with them. All publicity is good publicity.
Engage the CompetitionTalk to the small craft soda companies and other beverage producers. If Coca-Cola doesn’t want to produce TaB, maybe someone else will. Encourage them to reach out to Coca-Cola to inquire about the rights to TaB. Coke could set TaB free.
Contact RetailersIf you have a favorite store that you shop because TaB is available–let them know you would like their support in continuing the production of TaB. They can contact the bottlers or Coca-Cola directly.
Leverage InfluencersContact celebrities and other Influencers. Would they promote saving TaB on their platform? Introduce your favorite celebrity to TaB! Use your social network to your advantage.
Do you subscribe to a YouTube channel with a lot of followers? Reach out to them and see if they will mention saving TaB in their videos. Send a can (if you can find one) in the mail to your favorite YouTuber to drink in their video.
Spread the word!We’ve created a flyer you can hang up in your local community to direct people toward our cause. Print and distribute as you see fit! https://savetabsoda.files.wordpress.com/2021/04/savetab-flyer-1.pdf
Local EventsGrab some friends, and stage a #SaveTabSoda event and use social media to promote it.
Is there something else we should add to the list? Contact us!
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