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Tim Tebow opens first clean juice store and discusses company partnership

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Two-time College Football National Champion and first-round NFL draft pick Tim Tebow will open the first Clean Juice franchise in Florida next month.

Tebow joined Clean Juice as a Country Ambassador in June 2021. Clean Juice also donated to the Tim Tebow Foundation through the Quarters4Kids campaign, which serves underprivileged children. A Tebow store will open in Jacksonville.

Former Florida quarterback and Clean Juice CEO Landon Eccles said in a recent interview with FOX Business that they met two years ago. Knowing Tebow’s foundational work, Eckles said their partnership was a natural fit.


Co-founder of Tim Tebow and Clean Juice

Former NFL quarterback and Clean Juice franchise owner Tim Tebow and Clean Juice co-founders Landon and Kat Eckles. (clean juice)

“(I was) able to sit down with[Landon’s wife]Kat and Landon and talk about the foundation’s work and hear more about Clean Juice and wait a minute, I love people, it’s been great, I We hit it off. “I loved the production and then I got to hear the mission statement and the process behind it. I thought this was really cool. Then we partnered up.” We found more ways,” says Tebow. He said.

“So I was able to be an ambassador for the last bit and after a few weeks the first store opened here. I’m so excited, but I love it. I find it very encouraging to see the way they influence so many people, the encouragement and not being ashamed of what they stand for and why they are doing it. I think it’s a thing, and you can also see the impact it’s had on so many people. It has the ability to make things happen and inspire people. It’s the little things in the way it’s done.”

Clean Juice launched in 2016 as the first and only USDA certified organic juice and food bar franchise. Eckles told his FOX Business that the company opened his 200th store earlier this year and serves about 4 million customers nationwide.

Tim Tebow at the Poverty Forum

Tim Tebow speaks on stage at the 2022 International Poverty Forum at Porsche Cars North America on March 4, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Derek White/Getty Images/Getty Images)

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“We want to influence people,” said Eckles. “We have the opportunity to do it every day. Last year we served nearly four million guests. We have the opportunity to improve the lives of four million people, and that number continues to grow.”

“We started because we really wanted a place that offered organic, truly healthy products in the communities we serve.My wife has always been very into health and wellness. We were passionate about doing something together and using our strengths to benefit people in a way that impacted not just the food we served but everyone who came to our store. I wanted to make a

Eckles suggested that the Clean Juice Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) program could one day become a reality.

NIL contracts are a big part of college sports in recent years. Everyone from Tom Brady to the local air conditioning company seems to have his NIL deal with the college athlete.

Tim Tebow in Florida

Quarterback Tim Tebow celebrates the Gators’ 27-3 win over Vanderbilt on November 7, 2009 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida. (Gary W. Green/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service/Getty Images via Getty Images)


“We are opening stores every week. Absolutely unbelievable,” says Eckles. “Right now we have an incredible partnership with Tim Tebow. We know a lot of athletes, great people and great people who could be great ambassadors. We haven’t done anything yet, but we think it could be, when the chance is.”