Big Bad Coke Sued For Purposely Deceptive MyCokeRewards Contest

Filed under: In The News — @ July 15, 2006

I recently shared with you about the MyCokeRewards contest being run by the Coca-Cola company which is requiring participants to drink unreasonable amounts of Coke products (over 150 daily!) to earn enough points to win the prestigious prizes they are so heavily marketing, especially to children.

Well, the refusal by the Coca-Cola company to change the rules of their contest made health advocate Julia Havey spring into action with a lawsuit against Coca-Cola on Thursday to force them to change the structure of the contest or drop it altogether.

You can read more about the lawsuit and what Havey is asking Coca-Cola to do by visiting her web site located at DrinkChooseLive.com. Be sure to check out all of the behind-the-scenes of the reaction Havey has been receiving since filing this lawsuit by clicking here.

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