A Tab Superfan Is Begging Coca-Cola to Bring It Back . . . Because Her Stockpile Is Down to Just 23 Packs
Early in the pandemic, people were stockpiling ridiculous stuff . . . just in case they stopped making, you know, toilet paper.
A woman named Trish Priest had a similar experience . . . except her item WAS being discontinued.
Trish is a DIEHARD fan of Tab . . . the diet soda that was killed off by its parent company Coca-Cola mid-pandemic, in October of 2020. She managed to hoard a TON of Tab before it disappeared. But now, her stockpile is running low.
She usually drinks three Tabs a day . . . but she’s down to just 23 12-packs . . . so she’s rationing her supply.
She’s been hounding Coca-Cola to bring Tab back, with a scrappy band of Tab superfans that call themselves the “SaveTabSoda Committee.” But so far, there’s no indication that it’ll happen.
They probably need a LITTLE more manpower. Last year, an online petition was launched to show Coca-Cola “how many consumers care about the brand” . . .