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Patti was nominated by her friend Oscar for the ILoveTaB.com TaB Hall of Fame! She looks gorgeous in her TaB tshirt and that wonderful vintage TaB poster is fantastic!
Here is what Patti had to say when we interviewed her…
Patti started drinking TaB when I was 9 as a result of a bottle of Tab getting mixed up in a 6 pack of 26oz bottles of Coca Cola.
What a great surprise!
She is the only TaB drinker in her circle of friends and family. However, she has converted several friends from the other energy drinks to TaB Energy.
She drink 4-6 6 packs of TaB per week, when she can find it!
Us TaBbies know what that is like!
The Manager at Patti’s local grocery store does a great job trying to keep TaB on the shelves for her, though sometimes someone else beats her to it!
I think most of us have unfortunately been through this 🙁
Like other TaB addicts, she has taken TaB with her when she travels on business.
What frustrates Patti, (like many of us) is that she has noticed that when Coca Cola products are on sale, TaB is never included, and she wonders why.
We wonder was well! My advice to to contact Coca-Cola directly – keep calling until you get someone knowledgeable – and tell them about this. 99% of the time the grocery store is in the wrong, and TaB should also be on sale!
Patti says “I have sent emails to Coca Cola several times inquiring where I can find TaB memorabilia. I have spent a fortune buying Coca Cola collectibles for my Mom and have looked everywhere for items.
I am a true TaBaholic!”
From the official Carbon Pictures/Manwhit website:
The latest from Manwhit Entertainment!
An effervescent mock-umentary, Generation Tab explores Tab Colaâ€™s turbulent history as a diet beverage. After nearly cornering the youth cola market in the mid-1980s, Tab Cola, Inc. fell flat during the 1990s, due to tired and sluggish management decisions made by its founder and CEO, Sydney Tabinthaul.
Now more than a decade later, Tab is making a well-deserved comeback. Eighties-minded â€œx-treme sports fanaticâ€� Skip Rufiker has recently been enlisted to revamp the company’s image. â€œI like to live my life like a Tab kind of guy,â€� quips Rufiker, a skateboard in one hand and an ice-cold six pack of â€œbrown goldâ€� in the other. Watch as we explore this fascinating company and its plans for â€œshaking upâ€� the worldwide cola market.
Written and directed by Ben Whitman in the Spring of 2003, the film stars Nick Crocker as Skip Rufiker and Ben Whitman as the ineffible Sydney Tabinthaul.
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