Smoothie King to Ring in New Year with Free Smoothies and New Blend

    Industry News | December 21, 2020
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    The first 50 to share one wellness goal with Smoothie King will win free smoothies for an entire year.

    Just in time to help guests kickstart their New Year health and fitness goals, Smoothie King is unveiling a new Metabolism Boost Banana Passion Fruit blend and bringing extra motivation to consumers across the country with free smoothies – and for 50 lucky fans, those free smoothies will keep coming all year long.

    From December 29 – January 2, Smoothie King is inviting guests to share one wellness goal they have for 2021 in exchange for a free 12-ounce Metabolism Boost smoothie, redeemable through January 7 with Smoothie King's Health Rewards app. The first 50 to participate will be rewarded with free smoothies for an entire year. Fans can begin submitting their goals at 9 a.m. on December 29 at https://www.smoothieking.com/landing-pages/metabolism-boost/2021-goal-submission. 

    "This has been a challenging year, and with so much going on it's been easy for health and fitness goals to fall by the wayside," says Rebecca Miller, Chief Marketing Officer of Smoothie King. "We want to set our guests up for success in 2021 with a tasty addition to our Metabolism Boost line and free smoothies made with whole fruits and organic veggies to help them achieve their New Year wellness goals."

    Research has also found writing down and sharing goals makes achieving them more likely, and Smoothie King hopes that by inviting guests to write down and share their goals for the new year it can help guests Rule The Day in 2021.

    Smoothie King's new Metabolism Boost Banana Passion Fruit smoothie launches nationwide December 29. When combined with a fitness routine, Smoothie King's Metabolism Boost smoothies can help curb cravings with at least 4 grams of fiber, at least 14 grams of protein and naturally derived caffeine, taking New Year weight loss goals to the next level.

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