The Juice Standard will pay honor to American troops during the month of May with a donation fund set up to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project for Military Appreciation Month.
Just in time for the May fundraiser, the juicery’s second location will be open at 2530 St. Rose Pkwy.
Juicers who typically recycle their glass Singletons for $1 at the juicery will be encouraged to donate their cash to the project. At the end of May, The Juice Standard will make the donation of accumulated recycle money raised throughout the month at both locations.
The Wounded Warrior Project started as a program to provide comfort items to soldiers wounded upon returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, but has transformed into a complete rehabilitative effort to support wounded service members as they transition back into civilian life. The project provides long-term assistance to members through a wide range of programs including college sports, professional sports and special dinners.
Voted “Best Juice Bar” for 2015 in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” poll, The Juice Standard opened its first shop, located at 4555 S. Fort Apache Rd., in March 2014, offering a variety of cold-pressed juices in 16-ounce glass Singletons, as well as a juice cleanse, super-food smoothies, espresso and acai bowls. In mid-April, The Juice Standard will open the doors to its Green Valley location at 2530 St. Rose Parkway. Both locations are open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. More information is available by calling 702.476.9800, on The Juice Standard’s website, on Facebook and on Twitter.