Amid recent shoulder surgery and rumors of his ability to join Fox Sports, Drew Brees is busy expanding his business portfolio. The former New Orleans Saints quarterback and future Hall of Fame member has a new partnership with the Southern California-based craft superfood everbowl chain.
Brees ’investment will increase to 85 everbowl grocery stores in the south and midwest.
According to a recent press release, 15 stores will be added in Tennessee and 10 in Virginia to complement its original 60-store deal. Brees currently has 5 locations in Louisiana, 10 in Illinois and a total of 15 in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
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Brees, an investor in several “Best in Class” franchise companies within the restaurant and fitness space, said he is fully aligned with the everbow’s mission. “I wholeheartedly support Everbowl’s aspiration to foster an active lifestyle in any community where residents want to become the best,” Brees said. “I was first drawn to everbow’s options for healthy, tasty meals, and the more I studied the company, the more I was drawn to its franchisee-focused approach, unit economy and business model of aggressive growth from an investor perspective,” Brees said.
the everbowl menu focuses on bowls and smoothies full of superfoods with an emphasis on acai, pitaya, matcha, blue t-shirt, cocoa and other “things that exist forever ™”. Its fun, lively eateries invite visitors to enrich this superfood with fruits, nuts, berries and grains to create delicious bowls that will encourage their active lifestyle.
More information about the Brees everbowl franchise and its investment commitment can be found at www.everbowl.com and through the corporation’s press release.
Drew Brees retired from the NFL after 20 seasons as a quarterback for the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints. Brees passed 80,358 yards and 571 touchdown for a career completion rate of 67.7%.
He is the only quarterback to have five seasons with over 5,000 yards of passes. Brees won his only Super Bowl championship when New Orleans beat Peyton Manning and Indianapolis 31-17 in the XLIV Super Bowl.
Currently, Brees works as a studio analyst with Tony Dungy, Chris Simms and Maria Taylor in the NBC Sports Sunday Night Football program. Last season he was a color analyst in a game with play-by-play speaker Mike Tiric for the Bengals-Raiders game.