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Town’s End General Store To Become Jamba Juice

Town’s End General Store To Become Jamba Juice

The owner of Town’s End General Store, Cynthia Townsend, has announced the closing of the store to open her franchise-owned business, Jamba Juice, at the same location of 504 West Main Street. “I have been working on a downtown Franklin location for over a year and decided the location of my present store will be best due to its location, visibility, and size,” Cynthia stated. “It is bittersweet to close the general store because

downtown Franklin is the perfect place for an old-fashioned concept with modern merchandise. Hopefully someday another one will open.”

This will be the third location for the locally-owned Jamba Juice franchise which will be open in early spring. The other locations are in the Cool Springs area of Franklin at 1844 W. McEwen and in Nashville at 2314 Elliston Place in the Elliston 23 luxury apartment retail strip. Cynthia said, “My family and I are excited to open on Main Street in downtown Franklin and continue to be a part of the continued growth and preservation of our charming city. We are glad to have the opportunity to offer our hometown community a healthy lifestyle choice for food and beverages, and be able to give back to our community through local charitable involvement.”

Sam Whittier, managing owner, said “Community involvement is extremely important to the Jamba brand and we want to continue to have an impact in the area by promoting a healthy, active lifestyle through better options as well as programs that support schools, youth sports, and local causes.”

Jamba Juice Company is a leading restaurant retailer of better-for-you, specialty beverage and food offerings which include whole fruit smoothies, fresh squeezed juices and blends, and a variety of food items including hot oatmeal,
breakfast wraps, wellness bowls, sandwiches, flatbreads, kid’s meals and a variety of baked goods and snacks.

Town’s End General Store is now offering discounts on everything in the store, including displays and antique items. The sale will continue through the first week in February with a silent auction to coincide with downtown Franklin’s Art Scene onFriday, February 6 through Sunday, February 8. The proceeds from the auction will benefit The Heritage Foundation and Williamson County CASA For Children.

For Town’s End General Store & Auction Information
Cynthia Townsend

For Jamba Juice of Tennessee
Sam Whittier