A recent weekend roadtrip to Ginnie Springs in High Springs, Florida with a beautiful girl found Short Order investigating the "Free Orange Juice" billboards on the Florida Turnpike.
Pictured above is Bill Koki, a worker at one of several Florida Citrus
Centers where the free juice is distributed out of a souvenir shop that
doubles as a Florida citrus shipping order house. Bill says "I like it
here, a lot of very friendly people from around the world come here.
It's usually busy on the weekends."
The OJ is free, no strings attached, and provided courtesy of Jennings Citrus, a company started by Alabama immigrants after they moved to Florida in 1949 and saw a market for Florida citrus shipping after demand grew out of their sending goods by train to friends and family back home.
Here are some more pictures.
One shelf in the juice cooler.
A small cup, just a few ounces, but a good cup.
Hanging out front.
The black markered "B" stands for Bill Koki, the worker who bagged the produce.
Looking up at the hanging bags.
Bill Koki at work.
Jennings Citrus represent.
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Oh yeah, they also have a 13 foot gator in a cage.