Town’s End General Store in downtown Franklin announced the closing of its store this week–but when one door shuts, another one opens!
Cynthia Townsend, owner of the shop, also revealed that she will open her franchise-owned business, Jamba Juice, in its location come Spring 2015. This will be Cindy’s third location for the Jamba Juice, with other spots in Cool Springs and in Nashville.
“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. It is bittersweet to close the general store […] hopefully someday another one will open,” she says.
“My family and I are excited to open again on Main Street and continue to be part of the continued growth and preservation of our charming city.”
Though Town’s End General Store is closing, it is now offering discounts on items throughout the store–including display and antique items. The sale will continue through the first week in February, and conclude with a silent auction coinciding with Franklin Art Scene on Friday, Feb. 6. The proceeds from the event will benefit the Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County and Williamson County CASA.
“We are glad to have the opportunity to give back to our community through local charitable involvement,” Cindy says.
Jamba Juice Company is a leading restaurant retailer of all-natural, specialty beverage and food offerings–which include whole fruit smoothies, fresh-squeezed juices, breakfast wraps, wellness bowls, sandwiches, flatbreads, kids’ meals and a variety of baked goods and snacks.
“Community involvement is extremely important to the Jamba brand, and we want to continue to have an impact in the area by promoting a health, active lifestyle through better options–as well as programs that support schools, youth sports and local causes.”
To learn more about Jamba Juice, go to www.facebook.com/JambaJuiceNashville.