Still closed

Jamba Juice is seek­ing new own­er­ship for its two Oklahoma City lo­ca­tions, as well as the Nor­man store.

The Oklahoman - - BUSINESS - Busi­ness Writer ddish­man@oklahoman.com BY DAVID DISHMAN

Four Oklahoma City metro-area Jamba Juice lo­ca­tions that closed un­ex­pect­edly at the end of Jan­uary are still closed and will re­main closed for the time be­ing.

The com­pany even­tu­ally in­tends to re­open all four lo­ca­tions.

“Those stores are go­ing to re­main tem­po­rar­ily closed due to a busi­ness de­ci­sion by the fran­chise op­er­a­tor,” Jamba Juice spokes­woman Han­nah Tichacek said.

“We’re hop­ing to re­open all of them.”

Two lo­ca­tions in Oklahoma City, one in Ed­mond and one in Nor­man closed on or around Jan. 27 with­out ex­pla­na­tion. Signs were placed in stores alert­ing cus­tomers the area stores were closed, and the com­pany didn’t im­me­di­ately re­turn The Oklahoman’s re­quests for com­ment.

The com­pany is seek­ing new own­er­ship for its two Oklahoma City lo­ca­tions, as well as the Nor­man store, Tichacek said. The Ed­mond lo­ca­tion could re­open in as soon as a few weeks.

[PHOTO BY DAVID DISHMAN, THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]

An Oklahoma City Jamba Juice store at 1841 Belle Isle Boule­vard is closed. Four Oklahoma City area lo­ca­tions un­ex­pect­edly closed at the end of Jan­uary, but the com­pany hopes to re­open all four.

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