INVESTMENT

High average unit volume combined with low investment costs is every business owner’s dream. Too good to be true? Check out the income and profitability statements.

INVESTMENT

High average unit volume combined with low investment costs is every business owner’s dream. Too good to be true? Check out the income and profitibality statements.

The information below is pulled directly from the 2017 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). The FDD contains a section called Item 19 which contains Financial Performance Representations. Teriyaki Madness is fully transparent by providing you with Income Statements from all shops that are more than 1,200 square feet and open for 2 years or more. Go ahead, dig in.

The FTC’s Franchise Rule permits a franchisor to provide information about the actual or potential financial performance of its franchised and/or franchisor-owned outlets, if there is a reasonable basis for the information, and if the information is included in the disclosure document. Financial performance information that differs from that included in Item 19 may be given only if: (1) a franchisor provides the actual records of an existing outlet you are considering buying; or (2) a franchisor supplements the information provided in this Item 19, for example, by providing information about possible performance at a particular location or under particular circumstances.

The information in the table below is a historical financial performance representation for the Teriyaki Madness Businesses that have been in operation for at least two (2) years, that were larger than 1,200 square feet (which match the footprint required of new Teriyaki Shops) and that have had no change of ownership (“Conditions”).

*SEE OUR 2017 FRANCHISE DISCLOSURE DOCUMENT

We have put together income statements for each of the Teriyaki Madness Shops in the 2016 Reporting Group below. These income statements are historical representations for the 2016 Reporting Group. All Teriyaki Madness Shops represented below have been open for a minimum of 24 months, are larger than 1200 sq.ft. and have not changed ownership. These income statement representations are for the 53 week fiscal year and are reported by the shop owners and are unaudited as factual or complete.

The figures set in the Income Statements set out below includes certain operating expenses as well as other costs or expenses that may be incurred by a typical franchisee. However, these figures will vary depending on many factors, such as: (a) geographic location; (b) competition from other providers; (c) advertising effectiveness; (d) pricing; (e) prices on supplies; (f) salaries and benefits; (g) insurance costs; (h) weather conditions; (i) ability to generate clients; (j) client loyalty; (k) fees and other amounts payable under the Franchise Agreement; (l) employment conditions in the market; and (m) rent. The Franchisee should conduct an independent investigation of the costs and expenses that it will incur in operating the Franchised Business.

You should conduct an independent investigation of the costs and expenses you will incur in operating your Teriyaki Madness Business. Franchisees or former franchisees listed in this Franchise Disclosure Document may be one source of this information. There is no assurance you will earn as much.

Some Teriyaki Madness Businesses have earned this amount. Your individual financial results are likely to differ. There is no assurance you’ll earn as much. You should conduct an independent investigation of the costs and expenses you may incur in operating your Teriyaki Madness Business. Franchisees listed in this Franchise Disclosure Document may be one source of this information. Written substantiation for the financial performance representation will be made available to prospective franchisees upon reasonable request.

Other than the preceding financial performance representation, M. H. Franchise Company Inc. does not make any financial performance representations. We also do not authorize our employees or representativesto make any such representations either orally or in writing. If you are purchasing an existing outlet, however, we may provide you with the actual records of that outlet. If you receive any other financial performance information or projections of your future income, you should report it to the franchisor’s management by contacting Erin Hicks at 950 S. Cherry Street, Suite 850, Denver, Colorado 80246 and 1-303-997-0730, the Federal Trade Commission, and the appropriate state regulatory agencies.

*THESE WERE PROVIDED BY THE FRANCHISEES AND HAVE NOT BEEN verified as accurate.

We’re building a teriyaki empire. And we want you in on it. Asian and Fast Casual are making every other segment cower in fear, so what do you say? Are you ready to explore the madness? Let’s get crazy.

We’re building a teriyaki empire. And we want you in on it. Asian and Fast Casual are making every other segment cower in fear, so what do you say? Are you ready to explore the madness? Let’s get crazy.

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