Boost Juice to open in regional towns and transit centre locations

By Sarah Stowe | 21 Mar 2016 View comments

Boost Juice is set to open in regional towns across the country, and sights set on transit centre locations. Boost Juice to jump into 2016 with regional and transit centre expansion plans.

The juice bar franchise has opened its 250th domestic store in Liverpool’s new Fashion Spree shopping centre.

“The opening of the 250th Boost Juice store is a huge achievement for the brand that began 16 years ago, with one store in Adelaide’s King William Street,” said Boost Juice general manager, Adam Neill.

Boost Juice is currently advertising another seven regional franchise opportunities within New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Northern Territory, and South Australia.

“Regional Australian towns are experiencing population and employment growth and we believe Boost Juice can grow with them. Our property department are working hard to find locations that suit our model and will provide customers with a healthy, fast food alternative,” said CEO Scott Meneilly.

Boost Juice has its sights set on transit centre opportunities. The smoothie and juice brand’s first transit centre store model opened in BP Stapylton (Queensland) in December 2014.

“The opening of Boost Juice BP Stapylton was not only a great way to trial the travel centre model, but to create a long and prosperous partnership with BP,” said Meneilly.

Meneilly also revealed that Boost Juice is currently focused on opening multiple new store concepts with extended menu offerings in one of the Victorian stores, which which will help pioneer the launch of a larger concept store set to be opened in newly renovated Sydney International Airport later this year.

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