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November 30, 2018

Jack in The Box Hawaii - Town Center Mililani Grand Opening Celebration December 1

Jack In The Box Hawaii is excited to announce that its Town Center Of Mililani location is now open. The Mililani location offers its patrons an enhanced community in-store dining experience and features significant upgrades including a new community table, a refreshed, locally designed Hawaii Jack in the Box mural, and digital menu boards. 

Drive thru customers can now enjoy an enhanced drive thru experience featuring a faster queue line. Exterior upgrades include an illuminated branding panel that in the evening switches from Jack In The Box signature red to the Late-night Munchie Meal purple glow for guests who want to take advantage of the 24-hour drive thru. 

“We are excited as we open our new Town Center of Mililani location which features enhancements that we hope our guests will enjoy. At Jack In The Box Hawaii, we listen to our guests’ feedback and are committed to improving the overall customer experience. We have made upgrades to our Kailua, Kapahulu, and Kaneohe locations and have plans to make improvements to our restaurants across our state.” said Donna Yano, Vice President – Blue Pacific Management.

The Jack In The Box Town Center Of Mililani offers a selection of distinctive, innovative products, including including the signature Jumbo Jack , Sourdough Jack, and the award winning Buttery Jack . Jack in the Box also continues to serve local classics like Fried Rice, Teri- Jr. Jack, Portuguese Sausage Platter and SPAM® Platter.

The public is invited to a special grand opening celebration on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 11am to 1pm at the new Jack In The Box Town Center Of Mililani location. The grand opening celebration will feature food and prize giveaways, performances by The University of Hawai'i at Manoa Rainbow Warrior Cheerleaders , The University of Hawai'i at Manoa Marching Band, the Mililani High School Trojan Cheerleading team and the Mililani High School band. The festivities will be hosted by DJ's from radio station Power 104.3.

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