Free Jamba Juice This Morning

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If your hump day isn't exactly as cheerful as that camel makes it to be, maybe you need a little free pick-me-up.

So, head out the door - because Jamba Juice is buying.

See also: Jamba Juice Launches New Juice Menu in South Florida, Focus on Local Sourcing

Today, August 6 from 9 - 11 a.m., drop into your local Jamba Juice and get rewarded with a 12 ounce juice -- for free!

Selections vary by store, but some options include the Veggie Harvest, a blend of apples, carrots, beets, supergreens, and ginger; Citrus Kick, made with oranges, apples, pineapples, and ginger; and Tropical Greens, where apples, pineapples, supergreens, and chia seeds are blended together.

No purchase is necessary for the complimentary beverage, but let the boss know you can't pick up a juice for her -- there's only one juice per person and each guest must be present. We suggest everyone leaving the office in five-minute intervals.

The offer is good at all participating Jamba Juice locations. To find one near you, check out their store locator.

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