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Free flatbread today at Jamba Juice!

If you hurry into your neighborhood Jamba Juice today from 2:00 to 5:00pm, you might be among the first 150 customers to get a free California flatbread; yes, free! Flavors include Tomo Artichoko, Smokehouse Chicken, MedterranYum, and Four Cheesey. Though I'm sure these aren't gluten-free, I'm already a fan of Jamba Juice because of their gluten-free smoothies, which my gluten-free son boosts with protein and uses as a meal on occasion when he's not able to get to his dorm for food. Jamba also offers fresh-squeezed juices, steel-cut oatmeal, and other yummy, healthy, fast options.

And there's more: "In addition to the Feel Good Events, Jamba plans to give away 30 million Jamba ‘Feel Good Bucks’—vouchers worth anywhere from $1 towards a Jamba Juice product purchase to $10,000 in cash. The individual value of the Feel Good Buck will be revealed by a team member when entered at a Jamba register, bringing an element of surprise to lucky Jamba Juice customers. Bucks may be used at participating Jamba Juice locations to purchase any Jamba Juice product. Also, Jamba Juice will encourage customers to win their ultimate ‘Feel Good Moment’ by filling out a sweepstakes form—located on the back of their buck and in-store—and submitting it at their local Jamba Juice. Whether it’s a trip to an exotic destination, supporting their favorite cause or paying off a student loan—Jamba will fulfill any wish up to $10,000 and within legal limits. Three lucky winners will be randomly selected and announced throughout the campaign." The promotion runs through January 4, 2010. Download a Feel Good Buck and learn more information at

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