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Drink to your health
arrot juice, anyone? Getting juiced-up is the new post-workout routine at Rowan’s Recreation Center. Brothers Paul and Allen Stowell’s juice bar is now serving healthy treats. “We want to provide a healthy alternative to fast-type foods that taste good for students ‘on the run,’” says Paul.

Paul Stowell ’79, a former Profs football player and a member of the Brown and Gold Gridiron Club, owns the new juice bar. Currently a casino auditor, Stowell always wanted to be an entrepreneur. His love of working out gave him the idea to start a juice bar business in 1991 in Margate. His brother, Allen Stowell ’96, a former baseball player for the Profs, joined the business upon graduating with a physical education degree.

The shore business was open only in the summer, and attracted many East Coast vacationers to this West Coast trend. Customers suggested a yearly service or expansion to other areas. College and university recreation centers seemed to be the most satisfying way to expand.

An article in the Fall 1997 issue of Rowan Magazine catapulted Paul into action. In “How healthy is the student body?”, Tina Pinocci, director of the Recreation Center, said that men and women were often more concerned about looking good than truly being healthy. “I called Tina right away,” says Paul. “Her enormous support from the start made this possible.”

Allen handles the juice bar’s day-to-day operation. “I’m able to assure students and train student workers about the benefits of each item,” he says. He educates his staff on the differences between smoothies, protein shakes and veggie juices. “I really like this business because it is self-satisfying,” says Paul. “Opening our first college juice bar at our alma mater makes it even more special.”
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