Robeks, a smoothie franchise, is officially open in West Springfield.
Located in Cardinal Forest Plaza (8324B Old Knee Mill Road), the location includes smoothies, juices, açaí bowls and toasts, according to the company.
It’s led by franchisees Josue Chavez and Alejandra Ponce, who also own a Robeks location in McLean.
“We are delighted to open our second Robeks location in West Springfield,” Chavez shared in a statement. “Our goal is to create a vibrant, yet welcoming environment where people can discover and enjoy the benefits of delicious and nutritious smoothies, juices and bowls. We are committed to serving our community and promoting a better-for-you lifestyle, and we look forward to becoming an integral part of the West Springfield neighborhood.”
Robeks President and CFO David Rawnsley said the opening of the Springfield location is a “testament” to the company’s “strong growth trajectory.”
“The dedication and success of franchisees like Josue Chavez and Alejandra Ponce reflect our shared vision of promoting well-being and serving as a beacon of health-conscious choices. We look forward to continuing our expansion and positively impacting more lives across the state,” Rawnsley said.
Items on the menu include açaí almond butter toast, smoothies, juices, açaí bowls, and wellness shots.
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