In the continuing saga of "The Quest for Sobe Black Tea":--------
A Message from Consumer Relations 011015940A
Thank you for taking the time to email us here at SoBe Beverages. It's always a pleasure to hear from lizard lovers like yourself.
Unfortunately, the product that you are asking about is no longer carried by the local distributor in your area. However, keep your eyes open for new beverages from SoBe in your area. In the meantime, your comments will be shared with our sales team and senior marketing staff. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Again, thank you for contacting us. We appreciate your interest in our company.
Consumer Relations Representative
Couldn't care less about any other flavor of beverage that you produce. I have been on quest for Sobe Black Tea since I first discovered Sobe on a road trip to West Texas nearly 10 years ago. Following that discovery, I went to more than 50 quickshops in the Austin area, personally, in order to get Black Tea from the local distributor. Instead I get all the other flavors BUT Black Tea.
I can't even buy it online. I can't even buy it directly from you. I am beyond pissed at this point, I'm just about livid. I would really like some answers as to why I can get 19 other flavors of Sobe in Austin, but I can't get Black Tea? Does someone need to be replaced at the local distributor? In my opinion, the answer is yes.
I would really like a response that answers questions rather than a blow off note that suggests I find something else to like. As someone who will special order Cokes, Dr. Peppers and 7-ups with real sugar in them, just to get the 'real thing', I think it's a more likely possibility that Satan will ice skate to work tomorrow.
Also, I noticed that the domain name changed from lizmail.com to pepsi.com. If you notice my list of favorites, you might come to realize that there isn't much love lost between me and Pepsi.
Your turn at bat, swing and a miss?