The organic juice bar franchise is bringing a proven development expert onboard for further expansion.
Clean Juice, a USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise with more than 100 locations currently open, has announced the appointment of Amanda Hall as the brand’s new chief operating officer.
Hall is no stranger to rapid business growth, coming to Clean Juice off the back of her role at Burn Boot Camp at SVP of franchise operations. During her time with the fitness franchise, Hall created a scalable and efficient model of growing the brand, which led to an increase from 16 to 270 gyms. As part of her tenure at the organization, Burn Boot Camp awarded approximately 400 new agreements across 38 U.S. states.
“As an avid believer in health and wellness programs personally and professionally, and accustomed to working with an emerging franchise, I am super excited to join the Clean Juice team,” said Hall. “The Clean Juice mission of ‘Healthy in Body, Strong in Spirit’ is a core value I share with the brand and the amazing staff, and I am passionate about sharing the health benefits of consuming clean, organic, immunity-boosting foods with communities across this nation.”
In her role at Clean Juice, Hall will be tasked with re-imagining the foundational structure to support the implementation of scalable and efficient models, ushering in a new era of growth for the Clean Juice brand.
Clean Juice was founded in 2016 by Landon and Kat Eckles, and offers organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, wraps, and other healthy food as part of its retail experience.
“Kat, I, and the entire Clean Juice family are thrilled to have Amanda join us as our new chief operating officer,” said Landon Eckles, CEO of Clean Juice. “Amanda brings a dynamic energy to an already passionate team of professionals, and we look forward to working with her as we enter an exciting new era of growth.”