EMERYVILLE Calif. Jamba Juice on Monday launched a six-week School Bananananza fundraising campaign in which adopted educational institutions receive 20 percent of the proceeds from sales to supporters. Managers at participating stores within the 729-unit chain will select a different beneficiary school each week for six weeks, Jamba Inc. said. Sales will be credited to the selected schools when supporters show a flier identifying the beneficiary at the time of purchase.In conjunction ...
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