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had to post this, thought the pic was hilarious for some reason...

Randy Moss opens fruit-juice franchise

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (June 24, 2006) -- Randy Moss walked behind the counter in a pinstripe suit with a red striped tie, traded his jacket for an apron, took off his sunglasses and went to work making smoothies for customers at his fruit-juice franchise.

Hundreds of people turned out at the grand opening of the Inta Juice store in Charleston to get Moss' autograph and try the product the All-Pro wide receiver first tasted while he was with the Minnesota Vikings.

"Am I getting paid for doing this today?" Moss said while flashing a smile.

"Yeah, we've got minimum wage coming to you," replied Berkley Fuller, executive vice president and chief business development officer of Inta Juice, which is based in Fort Collins, Colo.

The store sells more than 50 flavors of fruit smoothies and fresh juices, along with healthy snacks.

The first smoothie Moss made, Luscious Lemon, was bought by Joe Burgess of South Charleston for his wife, Carol, who returned a few minutes later to get Moss' autograph on her cup.

"I think it's a great thing that he's doing. It's beneficial for the community," Joe Burgess said. "He's putting his roots back down in West Virginia. Right now, Randy is trying to come back and pay back the community."

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