Robeks Franchise Reviews

Robeks Adolfo store manager juice franchises
Adolfo, the store manager for the original Robeks Smoothie location

What’s the best way to get a handle on what it’s like to own one of our smoothie and juice franchises?

Talk to the actual franchise owners who own and operate Robeks. Real franchise owners are the most accurate source for a Robeks franchise review. Here are some of their stories:

Robeks Dan Stanowick owner juice franchises
Dan Stanowick

“For almost 25 years, I worked in public relations and crisis communications. I wound up counseling clients when the plant blew up or you had a product recall or an environmental accident. I decided I wanted to recharge my batteries and see what else there was to do. My wife is a personal trainer. Health and nutrition are very important to us. One of the reasons that I looked hard at Robeks was because it was all about health and nutrition, and I try to lead a healthy lifestyle and we also knew that it was going to be an area that would continue to grow. …  There’s just so much credibility to what we do. We’re selling something that is good for people, that is healthy, that is nutritious. I just really enjoy that it’s all about having a great product and knowing we’re best in class and knowing that we are making a difference in people’s lives. Our stores are cool and energizing, and we appeal to customers who want to take better care of themselves and who tend to be a little more educated and affluent. It’s an easy store to operate.”

— Dan Stanowick, who pioneered the brand in Ohio eight years ago and now oversees 11 Robeks smoothie and juice franchises in Cleveland and Columbus

If you go into store in downtown D.C., you’re as likely to stand next to a powerful K Street lobbyist as the guy who mops the floor at night. It’s a very broad swath of people, from ethnicity to nationality to age. It’s a product that appeals to a lot of people. In a store that’s near a high school, it’s not unusual from 3 to 4 p.m. to see 30-40 high schoolers hanging out. We have all kinds of people in the store.”

— Adam Perel, who opened the first Robeks store in Washington, D.C. in 2004. There are now 19 operating in the area and the D.C. market is one of the fastest growing areas for Robeks.

There is structure in place so you aren’t left alone to fend for yourself. You have help. The regional manager we have has been fantastic. They will help you in any way they can.”

— Sharon Spelling, who owns two smoothie and juice franchises in the Stamford, Conn., area. She and her husband Richard moved to the United States from Great Britain in 2004.

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