Direct from the Associated Press - LOS ANGELES – Dr Pepper is making good on its promise of free soda now that the release of Guns N' Roses' "Chinese Democracy" is a reality. The soft-drink maker said in March that it would give a free soda to everyone in America if the album dropped in 2008. "Chinese
Democracy," infamously delayed since recording began in 1994, goes on sale Sunday.
"We never thought this day would come," Tony Jacobs, Dr Pepper's vice president of
marketing, said in a statement. "But now that it's here, all we can say is: The Dr Pepper's on
Beginning Sunday (November 23rd) at 12:01 a.m., coupons for a free 20-ounce soda will be available for 24
hours on Dr Pepper's Web site. They'll be honored until Feb. 28. Dr Pepper is owned by Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.
So.... this means... YES... they WILL make good on their promise, but you have to grab your coupon within the 24 hour period. Mark your calendars, set your alarms so you don't forget to go to drpepper.com on Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 and grab your coupon for a free Pepper.