Juice ONE

June 20, 2013 12:26 ET

Entrepreneur to Open Chicagoland Cold Press Juicery in Summer 2013

LINCOLNSHIRE, IL--(Marketwired - Jun 20, 2013) - Entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis announced plans to open a cold press juicery retail location at 469 Central Avenue this summer in Highland Park aptly named Juice ONE. The new test concept was developed through his holding company, "A Better Life," and was motivated by his ongoing lifestyle goals to eat cleaner and consume vital nutrients to keep up with his increasingly busy lifestyle.

"Juice ONE juices will be cold-pressed and sold in-store, featuring fresh ingredients from vegetables and fruits that provide our bodies the necessary nutrients to work to their best abilities," said Lemonis. "With this new retail juicery, customers will have the ability to purchase great tasting and high quality, unpasteurized juices in addition to raw snacks to refresh and rejuvenate their bodies."

Lemonis is a firm believer that success in life and business requires a good balance of mind, body and spirit and he experiences this as an avid yoga practitioner. His career record shows he is one of those people all about 'getting things done' and driving results through collaboration, partnerships, and relationships. Lemonis remarks on his new Juice ONE product line, "you'll be cold pressed to find ONE better."

As the Chairman and CEO of multi-billion dollar outdoor and RV retailer Camping World and Good Sam Enterprises, Marcus Lemonis leads close to 6,000 employees in over 100 cities across the US. RV Business Magazine named Lemonis as their 2007 Newsmaker of the Year. The magazine, regarded as the industry leader, recognized him at the age of 34 for having "more impact on the industry than any single individual or company in recent memory as an agent of change and retail consolidation." In addition, Crain's Chicago Business featured him in their 2005 edition of "40 under 40"; and in 2008, Ernst & Young named him Entrepreneur of the Year. Most recently, Lemonis has been recognized for his multiple appearances on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice, and an episode of ABC's Secret Millionaire, in which he chose to share his personal wealth with members of one of the most disadvantaged communities in the nation.

Lemonis' passion for business has landed him to star in CNBC's new primetime reality series, "The Profit," premiering July 30th at 10PM ET/PT. Each episode will feature turnaround specialist, Lemonis, who will step in to save struggling businesses while investing his own cash in the process. Viewers will get to see his personal mantra ring true: "Business success is about the three Ps: People, Process and Product."

"Juice ONE will also feature products from my other company, RawONE, which are certified organic and kosher, raw, non-GMO, gluten-free delicious snacks," remarked Lemonis. "When I think of a new concept, I am a person that is all about results, so I immediately put a plan in place and see the process through for the best outcome."

RawONE provides minimally processed, nutrient dense, handmade superfood snacks and granolas using only the best ingredients and preparation processes. The company sells a high quality line of wholesome flaxseed crackers, raw biscotti, and enriching granolas.

In addition to his ownership of RawONE, Lemonis also has a vested interest in gluten-free, Rose's Café and Bakery in Evanston, which he saved from closing its doors on Christmas Eve 2012 and will be opening a second location of the popular eatery in Highland Park.

Lemonis is also in the planning stages of developing two additional locations of the Juice ONE juicery in the near future.

Juice ONE
469 Central Avenue
Highland Park, IL 60035 

About Marcus Lemonis

When Marcus Lemonis isn't running his multi-billion dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In the past 10 years, he's successfully turned around over 100 companies. Now he's bringing those skills to CNBC and doing something no one has ever done on TV before ... he's putting over $2 million of his own money on the line. In each episode, Lemonis makes an offer that's impossible to refuse; his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. And once inside these companies, he'll do almost anything to save the business and make himself a profit; even if it means firing the president, promoting the secretary or doing the work himself.

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