Smoothie King Encouraging Healthier Lifestyles with its Fast-Food Coupon Swap

DALLAS, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Smoothie King is encouraging better meal choices with a Fast-Food Coupon Swap. From October 6 – 15, present any digital or physical coupon from another quick-service restaurant at checkout, and Smoothie King will knock $2 off your smoothie.

“Now more than ever, people are opting for on-the-go meals they can get safely and conveniently, but those meals may not be the healthiest and other smoothies out there have a bunch of added sugar,” said Smoothie King CMO Rebecca Miller. “With this coupon swap, we’re actively encouraging guests to make better-for-you decisions with a wide variety of smoothies made with whole fruits and veggies while also saving them money. It’s a win-win.”

With this promotion running for 10 days, guests have multiple opportunities to receive a discount on all regular-sized smoothies, including the new Vegan Mixed Berry. This plant-based meal smoothie is made with Califia Farms® Oat Milk, whole strawberries, wild blueberries, raspberries, banana, super grains, Sunwarrior® organic plant-based protein, apple blueberry juice blend and pear juice blend.

Smoothie King smoothies are purposefully blended with whole, non-GMO fruits, organic vegetables, 0g of added sugar in many blends and absolutely no syrups or artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or other unwanted ingredients on Smoothie King’s “No-No” List.

The Fast-Food Coupon Swap is valid on smoothies 20 oz. or larger and limited to one coupon per guest per visit and cannot be combined with any other offer. In store or drive-thru only, cannot be used with online order or delivery.  For more information, please visit www.SmoothieKing.com. Guests can also sign up to become a Smoothie King Healthy Rewards loyalty member today by downloading the Healthy Rewards app, available on iOS and Android devices.

ABOUT SMOOTHIE KING FRANCHISES, INC.
Smoothie King Franchises, Inc., the original U.S. smoothie franchise, is a privately held, Dallas-based franchise company with 1,200 units worldwide. It was founded in 1973 with the mission to help others achieve better health in a delicious way through smoothies. Today, it continues its mission to inspire a healthy and active lifestyle through its Clean Blends™ initiative, which focuses on great-tasting smoothies with whole fruits and vegetables while removing artificial flavors, colors and preservatives and added sugars in many of its blends. Smoothie King extends its vision to be an integral part of every health and fitness journey through partnerships with the Challenged Athletes Foundation® and the Smoothie King Center. The franchise is currently ranked No. 1 by Entrepreneur magazine in the smoothie/juice bar category for the 29th consecutive year, ranked No. 14 overall on the “2020 Franchise 500” list and debuted on the “Inc. 5000” list in 2018. The company also offers retail products that include sports beverages, energy bars, vitamins, supplements and more. For franchising opportunities, visit smoothiekingfranchise.com. For more information, visit smoothieking.com and follow Smoothie King on Facebook and Instagram.

Media Contact: Brian Campbell Jr., Fishman PR, 847-945-1300 ext. 226 or [email protected]

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Work from home in comfort and style | Lifestyles

While working from home is an increasing trend these days, what many might not realize is the positive impact it has had for those in the cabinetry industry, including Crown Point Cabinetry in Claremont.

“We are seeing more and more of this,” said Owner Brian Stowell. “With telecommuting becoming more of an option for employees everywhere, people want a comfortable, functioning office space. We expect to see more and more people working from home as technology allows.”

While they are seeing people who want the traditional home office, Stowell cited other trends, too, including clients who want “office space” for their children.

“It is only considered office space due to the seating and computer requirements, but it is ‘at home work space for different members of the family,” he explained.

For those interested in “a full blown home office,” there can be some logistical challenges in its design.

“You need room for files, electronics and storage,” he said. “Furthermore, it is also very common for the home office user to have open shelves for books or manuals as well as space to decorate like they would if they were in an out-of-home workplace.”

Recalling memorable projects, Stowell said they had one client with twin girls who needed their own “office space” next to their mom’s.

“It was a large room that accommodated everyone,” he said. “The girls had desks set up for homework and iPad use as well as an area for them to craft. It allowed the girls to be near their mother without being in her way.”

According to Stowell, the best home offices are the ones that are well-planned.

“Putting a desk in a room is what used to define a home office — and people can still do this,” he said.

More and more, however, Stowell said individuals that work at home want their home office to be “the nicest office they have ever had.”

“Special features can include built-in refrigerator drawers and even small bathrooms,” he said. “If you are going to be in a home office 8 to 10 hours a day, you want to make sure it is comfortable, functional and beautiful.”

For those interested in purchasing cabinets, Stowell said Crown Point Cabinetry makes it simple.

“We only sell direct, which is not normally how cabinetry is sold,” he said. “It does not matter if the job is in San Francisco, Calif., or Bedford, N.H., because we have a program that allows us to work effectively with anyone anywhere.”

At Crown Point Cabinetry, they have two different lines of cabinetry. Crown Point is their full custom line that allows the consumer “to have just about anything they want.” Crown Select is their limited custom line.

“It provides the same quality, fit and finish as Crown Point, but the customization options and offerings are more limited,” said Stowell. “This allows the clients to get the quality of Crown Point but be able to save 25 percent.”

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Smoothie King Encouraging Healthier Lifestyles with its Fast-Food Coupon Swap | News

DALLAS, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Smoothie King is encouraging better meal choices with a Fast-Food Coupon Swap. From October 6 – 15, present any digital or physical coupon from another quick-service restaurant at checkout, and Smoothie King will knock $2 off your smoothie.

“Now more than ever, people are opting for on-the-go meals they can get safely and conveniently, but those meals may not be the healthiest and other smoothies out there have a bunch of added sugar,” said Smoothie King CMO Rebecca Miller. “With this coupon swap, we’re actively encouraging guests to make better-for-you decisions with a wide variety of smoothies made with whole fruits and veggies while also saving them money. It’s a win-win.”

With this promotion running for 10 days, guests have multiple opportunities to receive a discount on all regular-sized smoothies, including the new Vegan Mixed Berry. This plant-based meal smoothie is made with Califia Farms® Oat Milk, whole strawberries, wild blueberries, raspberries, banana, super grains, Sunwarrior® organic plant-based protein, apple blueberry juice blend and pear juice blend.

Smoothie King smoothies are purposefully blended with whole, non-GMO fruits, organic vegetables, 0g of added sugar in many blends and absolutely no syrups or artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or other unwanted ingredients on Smoothie King’s “No-No” List.

The Fast-Food Coupon Swap is valid on smoothies 20 oz. or larger and limited to one coupon per guest per visit and cannot be combined with any other offer. In store or drive-thru only, cannot be used with online order or delivery.  For more information, please visit www.SmoothieKing.com. Guests can also sign up to become a Smoothie King Healthy Rewards loyalty member today by downloading the Healthy Rewards app, available on iOS and Android devices.

ABOUT SMOOTHIE KING FRANCHISES, INC.
Smoothie King Franchises, Inc., the original U.S. smoothie franchise, is a privately held, Dallas-based franchise company with 1,200 units worldwide. It was founded in 1973 with the mission to help others achieve better health in a delicious way through smoothies. Today, it continues its mission to inspire a healthy and active lifestyle through its Clean Blends™ initiative, which focuses on great-tasting smoothies with whole fruits and vegetables while removing artificial flavors, colors and preservatives and added sugars in many of its blends. Smoothie King extends its vision to be an integral part of every health and fitness journey through partnerships with the Challenged Athletes Foundation® and the Smoothie King Center. The franchise is currently ranked No. 1 by Entrepreneur magazine in the smoothie/juice bar category for the 29th consecutive year, ranked No. 14 overall on the “2020 Franchise 500” list and debuted on the “Inc. 5000” list in 2018. The company also offers retail products that include sports beverages, energy bars, vitamins, supplements and more. For franchising opportunities, visit smoothiekingfranchise.com. For more information, visit smoothieking.com and follow Smoothie King on Facebook and Instagram.

Media Contact: Brian Campbell Jr., Fishman PR, 847-945-1300 ext. 226 or bcampbell@fishmanpr.com

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SUPER-COUPONING: Don’t forget the fine print | Lifestyles



Jill Cataldo

Dear Jill, I was making a purchase from a store. There was a promotion on the webpage offering a 10% coupon for my next shopping trip if I purchased online with store pickup. I did this. After I went to the store to get my items, they said I did not qualify for the coupon because the fine print said the store pickup had to be paid in full online.

This store allows you to either pay for your store pickup online or pay in-store when you arrive. I thought because I had to go to the store in the first place, I would just pay when I got there. When I got there, they pulled up the webpage. It was true, buried in small text, that only orders paid for online would get the coupon.

The only reason I chose store pickup was for that coupon. I don’t think this is fair! Please tell me what you would do in this situation. Megan K.

With any kind of promotion, it’s essential to read all of the conditions. While a retailer’s terms for their offers may seem complex, confusing, or unnecessary, the retailer is still well within its rights to set the terms for its offers. For whatever reason, your store only wanted to offer the coupon as an incentive to people who completed their transactions on the website versus those who shopped online but paid in-store.

It’s not always an easy lesson to learn, but I would use this experience as a reminder to carefully read all of the terms on an offer like this.

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