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Fresh Lemonade, Acai Bowls and More Superfoods coming to Westgate Entertainment District
By Lisa Padilla - Wednesday Feb 05, 2020
Foodies and health food nuts alike are in for a treat when Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonades opens in the Westgate Entertainment District. The gourmet lemonade stand will be open and serving delicious, all-natural lemonade, acai bowls, gourmet toasts and more starting Friday, January 10.

To celebrate the opening, the first 100 guests on Friday, January 10 will receive a free Aloha Mason Jar with purchase. A larger grand opening celebration will be held in February.

Founded in Hawaii, Wow Wow specializes in made-from-craft gourmet lemonades – ranging from a classic lemonade to adventurous flavors like the Turmeric Ginger, Lavender Blackberry Lemonade, and the Lava Flow Lemonade. Visitors to the new Westgate location will come to crave the endless options of their favorite superfoods with healthy, energizing menu items like the Aunty’s Pitaya Smoothie, Cold Brew Crave Acai Bowl, Cacao Aloha Oats, or the Micro Greens Avocado Toast. Every menu item is sourced from local farmers whenever possible, all-natural and made in-house.

On top of local sourcing and fresh, healthful products, Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonades is fervently committed to sustainability. Guests can order their lemonades or smoothies in a re-usable Mason Jar and receive a discount on their next purchase if they bring the Mason Jar back to reuse.

The new location is owned and operated by sisters and first-time entrepreneurs Cinthia Swaner and Nayely Jimenez. The pair had previously discussed owning a business together, and after a visit to the Ahwatukee location, they immediately fell in love with the brand’s fresh food and bright, welcoming atmosphere. Prior to the sister’s foray in health food entrepreneurship, Cinthia worked for a local Phoenix marketing firm, and Nayely was a stay at home mom.

By Mandi Gualtieri, Fishman PR