Rush Bowls to Bring Healthy Eating to Indiana

Fast-casual restaurant chain Rush Bowls, already familiar to consumers in Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, Missouri, North Carolina and across several western states, says it will be opening its three newest restaurants in Indiana. The first is already scheduled to open later this year. The franchise is known for its meals-in-a-bowl made from fresh fruit, granola, honey and various proteins and other healthy ingredients. 

Deal Signed with Young Entrepreneur
The company signed the deal with an ambitious 20-year old investor and operator Ethan White, an Indiana University junior. White said he is looking to open the three locations in Bloomington, Indianapolis and an area near his school.

“I have a passion for health and wellness, and I see Rush Bowls as an opportunity to bring value to my community by introducing a premium health product, served in a vibrant atmosphere, by an energetic team who understand the importance of excellent service,” White told “I especially look forward to meeting the needs of people with dietary restrictions. Being someone that deals with restrictions myself; I have always appreciated restaurants that go out of their way to provide customers with what they need.”

White used profits from investing and a small group of outside investors to finance the deal. At his young age, he already has a background working in financial analytics and commercial banking.

“We are thrilled to welcome Ethan to the Rush Bowls family,” says Andrew Pudalov, founder and CEO of Rush Bowls. “Ethan embodies everything we look for in a franchise partner and more. He is passionate about helping others, dedicated to his health, and has an incredible executive presence, especially for someone his age. I look forward to seeing how he will help grow Rush Bowls and elevate the brand to new heights.”

Company’s Healthy Yet Fast Food Gains a Loyal Following
Rush Bowls, founded in 2004, offers a menu of over 40 bowls or smoothies made with all natural ingredients including fresh fruits, vegetables, frozen yogurt and fat-free or soy milk. The granola and honey toppings are 100% organic. Its healthy alternatives to traditional fast and casual dining have created a loyal following.

They can accommodate vegan, gluten-free, soy-free and dairy free diets and all their menu offerings can be customized. The company has more than 50 restaurants in development over 11 states and more deals in the works. They plan to have at least 20 locations open by the end of the year.

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