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The first Smoothie King franchise in the Denver area opened in early November in Highlands Ranch.The nation's originator in offering “Smoothies with a Purpose” will open a second location in December in Castle Rock, and plans to add four additional stores in the next five years.“The Denver Metro area has been an appealing location for Smoothie King to develop for a number of years due to the active and healthy lifestyles that many people embrace here,” Kerry Dray, Denver operator for Smoothie King, said in a news release.Dray is an avid fitness enthusiast and certified yoga instructor. She has partnered with her aunt, Susan Dray, to open the Denver-metro franchises. Together, the two plan to help provide Denverites with meal replacement and snack solutions that are purposeful, no matter what goal someone is trying to achieve, whether it be to lose weight, gain muscle, stay well or simply take a break.Located in the Highlands Ranch Town Center, Smoothie King is at 1100 Sgt. Jon Stiles Drive, Suite 101. The Castle Rock store is at 1341 New Beale St., Suite 130.Both locations are accepting applications for employment.The stores offer sports beverages, energy bars, vitamin supplements and more. As part of its health-focus, Smoothie King also recently announced its Cleaner Blending initiative. At the centerpiece of the new initiative, Smoothie King will remove added sugar from more than 50 smoothies and will remove artificial flavors, artificial colors, artificial preservatives, and added hormones from all smoothie ingredients and introduce non-GMO fruits and veggies.Find more information at www.smoothieking.com.
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