Tebow to open store in Gainesville

Tim Tebow Returns to Gainesville with Clean Juice.
Tim Tebow will be opening a Clean Juice store in the Butler Town Center.
Courtesy of Clear Juice

Legendary Gator quarterback Tim Tebow will be opening a Clean Juice store in Gainesville.

Tebow’s new Clean Juice store is currently in development and will be located at 2851 SW 35th Drive in the Butler Town Center shopping plaza.

Clean Juice brands itself as the only USDA-certified organic juice and food bar franchise. The menu offers organic and plant-based options such as cold-pressed juices, smoothies, açaí bowls, salads, sandwiches, and wraps in a fast and casual setting.

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Tebow played at UF from 2006 to 2009, winning a Heisman Trophy and two national championships as quarterback for the Florida Gators. He was recently selected to the College Football Hall of Fame and also spoke at UF’s commencement spring ceremony in May 2022. 

In June of 2021, Tebow became Clean Juice’s National Brand Ambassador, according to Tuesday’s press release. Clean Juice contributed to the Tim Tebow Foundation through its Quarters4Kids cause marketing program, which serves underprivileged children in local communities.

“I love Clean Juice’s commitment to helping people live healthy in body and strong in spirit,” Tebow said in a press release. “Gainesville means so much to me, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to help bring new, healthy options to a place where I have been blessed to have so many awesome experiences with so many awesome people.”

Tebow opened his first Clean Juice store at The Markets at Town Center in Jacksonville last year.

Clean Juice is a national chain with more than 200 locations around the country.

“We are super excited to open Tim’s store in Gainesville, home of the Florida Gators, where Tim dazzled and excited football fans while inspiring children and adults to work and play hard and to follow their dreams through faith,” said Clean Juice co-founder and CEO Landon Eckles. “Partnering with Tim is a true blessing for our Clean Juice family.”

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Judy Martino

“clean” juice in plastic containers? Oh, come on. . . .

Elizabeth Howard

Will everything be vegan?


Omg can’t wait
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