THE city's Boost franchise is off to a booming start after bringing its blenders - and new jobs - to Bathurst.
It's not the easiest time to be opening a business, but a large number of customers have already dropped by the outlet outside Woolworths in Bathurst City Centre.
Owners Vikram Chtrth and Rocky Singh are pleased with the response.
Due to the current lockdown, Boost has teamed up with Menulog to help increase sales.
"People are ordering online," Mr Chtrth. "So the Menulog people are getting good business too."
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Boost has created 25 new jobs in the area and is also supporting other local businesses with purchases.
"We are giving employment to the local people, giving business to the local people like getting food, vegies, everything from the local people," Mr Chtrth said.
The Boost business partners have juice bars in Albury-Wodonga, Wagga and Orange.
Mr Chtrth said they have no plans to open another Boost in town, but are looking forward to lockdown easing and attracting more customers.
Boost's arrival follows an Oporto franchise opening in Bathurst in July.