Clean Juice has appointed Amanda Hall to the newly created position of chief operating officer, the juice bar operator said Tuesday.
Most recently, Hall was senior vice president of franchise operations for the health club chain Burn Boot Camp.
Before that, she spent 17 years working for Verizon Wireless, starting in sales and then moving into operations and business development.
“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,” Hall said in a press release announcing her appointment to the 100-unit chain based in Charlotte, N.C. “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."
At Clean Juice, she has been given the mission of “re-imagining the foundational structure to support the implementation of scalable and efficient models, ushering in an exciting era of massive growth for the Clean Juice brand,” the company said.
“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, said Clean Juice CEO Landon Eckles, who founded the chain with his wife Kat Eckles.
The chain is a U.S. Department of Agriculture-certified organic juice bar that sells cold-pressed juices, smoothies, wraps, açai bowls, toasts, grain bowls and other items.
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