Oklahoma Owned Food Truck Franchise Set To Launch First Storefront
Bondi Bowls celebrates the grand opening of its first storefront location on January 22, 2022. After a year and a half of booming growth, the fun, trendy food truck business will add a permanent location at 136 E 5th Street in Edmond, OK. The 12-hour celebration begins at 9 a.m.
The public is invited to celebrate Bondi Bowls grand opening event which will include:
– A festive ribbon cutting
– Live music from a member of the band RAYLR
– FREE shirts for the first 100 customers
– FREE bowls for a year and other prizes
The storefront features a 30-foot mural inspired by the indigenous people of Australia, and an additional mural piece that will be changed every few months by local artists.
Bondi’s ingredients are pure, vegan, organic and clean. Avoiding refined sugar and dairy products, each bowl and smoothie is made to enjoy clean and healthy eating. In addition to a variety of bowls and smoothies, customers can choose whole food toppings such as fresh fruit, organic granola, and fresh pressed peanut butter.
About Bondi Bowls
Bondi Bowls is a locally owned Australian smoothie bowl company serving healthy and nutritional food while uplifting the communities it serves. Owner Bailey Wilson introduced Bondi Bowls to the US by launching a food truck franchise that now serves 10 locations nationwide throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Alabama and Arkansas. Bondi Bowls also garnered widespread popularity as a featured vendor at Boone Pickens Stadium during the 2021 OSU football season.
The idea for Bondi Bowls was born out of the creativity and passion of Wilson who lived in Australia for a time.
“I am thrilled that we are opening our first storefront location! I wanted this storefront to not only create community centered around healthy food in an aesthetic and fun space, but also wanted to dedicate it to Bondi Beach in Australia – a please near and dear to my heart. It has been incredible to see Bondi Bowls take off over the past year and a half. Its event sweeter that our first permanent location is in my hometown,” said the young entrepreneur.