Industry News | October 26, 2015

Nekter Juice Bar Opens New Arizona Unit, Plans Two More

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Nekter Juice Bar, one of the country’s leading, fastest-growing juicing chains, accelerates its Arizona expansion with this week’s opening of a new Scottsdale location and the announcement of two additional Phoenix-area stores by the end of the year.

To honor the opening of Nekter Hayden Peak in Scottsdale, Nekter offered free juices and smoothies on Friday, October 23, from 7 a.m. to noon. The celebration also included an official ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, and free $25 gift cards for the first 25 customers who purchase a one-day Cleanse at the specially discounted price of $35. The new store is located at 20553 N. Hayden Road, Suite 105.

“Our seventh location in Arizona further fulfills our mission of making juicing appealing and accessible to everyone," says Nekter cofounder and CEO Steve Schulze. "As we continue to grow, each new store brings another level of excitement as we expand the Nekter community.”

The company also announced it will open two additional stores in the Phoenix area by the end of the year. The first is Nekter Town & Country at 2405 E. Camelback Road, Suite A16, in the Camelback Corridor of central Phoenix. It will be followed by Nekter Tempe Marketplace at 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 1213.

The three new locations will bring Nekter Juice Bar’s count in Arizona to nine by the end of the year with more openings planned for 2016.

“Nekter’s spectacular new Hayden Peak store continues the tradition of neighborhood juice bars that enable local residents to satisfy their passion for healthier living and a plant-based diet,” says Paul Ciulla, Arizona district manager. “In addition to made-to-order and cold pressed juices and smoothies, customers will find our acai bowls, cold-brewed coffees, and our popular cleanse programs.”

Nekter’s other Arizona stores are located in the Hilton Village, Zocallo ,and Mercado neighborhoods of Scottsdale; in Chandler’s Casa Paloma neighborhood; in Gilbert’s Dana Park; and in the Indian School neighborhood of Phoenix.

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