Thursday, February 5, 2009

Letter Writing Campaign to Pepsico, Inc

Message to the public: If we are the only one's ranting an raving about this issue, nothing will change. Pepsico, Inc. will look at a blog like this and think "fringe element". I don't think that will be the case as the public is educated to the facts.

Here's a letter from a blog follower and it's addressed to Larry. I suggest all of us jot down a note to Larry and Cc: us, but also Cc: the folks at Tropicana. I'm sure they will deliver your message to the advertising guns at Pepsico Inc.

So send your letters to:


We will post this letter writing campaign on the left column later today. This will get us the attention we need.

from A blog follower
date Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 12:04 PM
subject supergraphics in LA--bad idea

Dear Mr. Jabbonsky,

I am writing in regard to your ad camaign in Los Angeles featuring non-permitted supergraphics. I don't see how you can justify doing something that is illegal in order to sell your product. That sir, does not make a good businessman. Recently, one of your supergraphics covered the whole side of a building in West Los Angeles. Would you like to have a 'view' like that from your office? Times are changing, and the people of Los Angeles aren't buying your ill conceived ad campaign. Now that the people of Los Angeles know that Tropicana, Pepsi and Frito Lay are all affiliated, you can be sure that there will be an active boycott of your products. Shame on you and shame on Pepsi.

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