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