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New Firm and Burn™ Smoothie Recipe for Resolution Success

Smoothie King® helps Americans kick off their New Year's Resolutions in 2014

NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Firm and Burn™, a new smoothie from Smoothie King Franchises, Inc., rings in the New Year by addressing two of the most popular resolutions Americans make every year: Lose Weight and Get Fit. The Firm and Burn™ smoothie combines the shaping up benefits of Gladiator®, Smoothie King®'s proprietary protein supplement, with the weight management benefits of Lean1®, Nutrition53's bestselling fat burning supplement.

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The Firm and Burn™ smoothie can be used as a meal replacement or as a post-workout recovery. Ingredients include chocolate Gladiator®, chocolate Lean1® and peanut butter. Each 20oz smoothie is under 300 calories, has 36g of lean protein, 17g of carbs, 5g of fiber, and just 6g of sugar.

In the words of Tom O'Keefe, President and COO, "We are a franchise brand and many of our best ideas come from our franchise community.  Our franchisees created this customizable smoothie for guests looking for a post work-out option that also promoted weight management. The benefits of combining Gladiator® and Lean1® make this smoothie a tasty solution to tackle our guests' New Year's resolutions."

In addition to the Firm and Burn™ smoothie, many locations are offering special pricing on bundles of Gladiator® and Lean1® tubs.  Visit www.SmoothieKing.com to find a location near you.

About Smoothie King Franchises, Inc.
Smoothie King Franchises, Inc. is a privately held, New Orleans area-based franchise company and the premier Smoothie Bar and Nutritional Lifestyle Center in the industry. Smoothie King® offers guests the original nutritional fresh-blended smoothie and healthy retail products, including sports beverages, energy bars, healthy snacks, vitamin supplements, herbs, minerals and other sports nutrition products. Smoothie King® opened its first store in 1973 and started as the first franchised smoothie bar/health food store in the United States in 1989.  Smoothie King® currently has more than 600 units operating in 32 states, the Caymans, Singapore and the Republic of Korea. In 2013, Smoothie King® was ranked no. 1 by Entrepreneur magazine in the juice bar category for the 19th year and no. 104 overall on the 2013 Franchise 500 list. Visit www.smoothieking.com; engage on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SmoothieKing; and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/smoothieking.

Contact 
Ashley Rodriguez
Fish Consulting 
1-571-312-6174
[email protected]

SOURCE Smoothie King Franchises, Inc.

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