The popular TV series and film “Jackie” is now a reality.

In a move that was a bit surprising, Jackie Travel Agency is officially being sold, and its future is uncertain.

The news came as part of an email sent to clients this morning, which was addressed to staff members.

The email states that “We are currently in the process of closing our doors, as we have been in the past, and have had to find new locations for our business.”

The email went on to say that the “new business” will be called Jackie Tourism and Travel Agency, and that the new owner is not yet known.

It did not specify when the sale would take place.

The sale is likely due to “some of the changes in our business model, as well as the fact that we’ve had to start focusing more on our clients, which means we have fewer staff,” Jackie owner and CEO Lisa Rigg told Entertainment Weekly.

“It was definitely a bit of a shock, but we have a great team, and we feel good about the direction we’re going.

We’ve got a lot of good people on board, and I know we’ll be successful.”

Jackie is the name of an iconic travel agency in the show that first aired on ABC in 2007.

In addition to being one of the most popular shows on television, the show has become a cultural icon, which has inspired many of the same things we’ve seen on the internet, including viral memes and parody.

While the show itself may not be around forever, Jacky has inspired people to travel.

“The characters, the humor, the theme, and the sense of adventure and danger are all just part of the appeal of being a travel agent,” Rigg said.

“I think that Jacky is the perfect example of that.

It’s about a character who’s traveling and being able to tell the stories of people who have been to places that they wouldn’t necessarily have imagined.

That’s just one of those great things about travel, is that you get to tell a story and people are just hooked on it.”

Jacky was an instant hit and won a Golden Globe Award for best TV comedy in 2009.