Bankoh expands ATMs to Jamba Juice outlets
Cash machines are available at the Hawaii stores for the first time
Bank of Hawaii
ATM machines now can be found at Jamba Juice locations throughout Hawaii, adding 29 more to the bank's network on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island.
It is the first time Jamba Juice has offered ATM services at its Hawaii stores, signaling a continued expansion for Bank of Hawaii, which this summer also added 31 new ATM machines to its network at Aloha Petroleum Island Mini-Mart gas stations.
The total tally for Bank of Hawaii's ATM machines now stands at 446, including Hawaii, American Samoa and the West Pacific.
"It's all about bringing more convenience to Jamba Juice and Bank of Hawaii customers," said Bob Makahilahila, senior vice president in charge of ATMs for Bank of Hawaii. "We're expanding our network and the Jamba Juice locations are a terrific complement to our existing sites."
Greg Meier, president of Jamba Hawaii, said the company worked closely with the bank to create a unique, co-branded ATM design featuring the look and feel of Jamba.
"Jamba customers tend to live healthy, on-the-go lifestyles so the added convenience of having a Bank of Hawaii ATM at their favorite Jamba store enhances their overall Jamba experience," said Meier.
In addition to Jamba Juice and Aloha gas stations, Bank of Hawaii has for some time been the exclusive ATM provider for McDonald's, Longs Drugs, Star Markets and Costco.
Its ATM machines at 7-11 stores, however, have been replaced by ATMs from First Hawaiian Bank.