Protein House Announces the Sale of Four Locations in Utah

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Utah residents won’t have to drive six hours for their clean eating Protein House experience. Protein House, the hot Las-Vegas based fresh, fast-casual concept, is pleased to announce plans to open four locations in Utah.

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Utah residents won’t have to drive six hours for their clean eating Protein House experience. Protein House, the hot Las-Vegas based fresh, fast-casual concept, is pleased to announce plans to open four locations in Utah.

Protein House, a self-described “healthy food mecca,” recently signed a franchise deal with Upside Group Franchise consulting as part of its national and international expansion plan. The restaurant, owned by professional bodybuilder Larissa Reis, prides itself on combining the purest, freshest and finest ingredients to provide a clean eating restaurant experience. Partnerships with Nutrex Research, Cyclone Cup, and SHRDD, ensure that the most current and cutting edge nutrition knowledge is used to develop the delicious, healthful recipes that set Protein House apart from all other restaurants.

The Utah Protein House franchises will be owned by Dante Esquibel, Rylee Gehrke, Terri Stoddard, and Gary Stoddard. The investors, all of whom have extensive food and beverage experience and pride themselves on their healthy lifestyles, fell in love with Protein House during their travels to Las Vegas. They felt that the Protein House brand would be the perfect fit for the active lifestyle and athletes of Utah.

Protein House owner Larisa Reis is very excited about the Arizona expansion. According to Reis, "I'm very happy at this first step of the Protein House expansion. Building a business is my American Dream and I am very blessed to help people become healthy through the Protein House brand."

With a team full of local fitness enthusiasts already assembled, Protein House is excited to hit the ground running and bring this amazing healthy food option to Utah. The first location is expected to open in early 2016.
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