Bay Area’s About to Gain Some Big Bowls!

Japanese Franchise
Japanese Restaurant Franchise
Japanese Food Franchise
Asian Food Franchise
Elliot Fliesler is our newest Franchise Owner from Los Gatos, California. Elliot is spreading The Madness in the San Francisco Bay area with his own Asian food franchise!

About Elliot

Elliot’s background includes having 20+ years of marketing experience in the high-tech industry. In his free time, Elliot coaches football and lacrosse for his three children and is an avid hockey player and skier!

Elliot originally heard about TMAD through an Alternative Career Coach who helped Elliot follow his dream of owning his own Asian food franchise! Elliot wanted a Fast Casual restaurant

and between TMAD’s menu and communicative team, he was hooked!

Elliot loves TMAD’s leadership, growth, and, of course, the food (spicy chicken, brown rice and steamed veggies to be specific!). He felt that between the food, the support team and his ability to execute, Teriyaki Madness fit perfectly into what he was looking for!

Elliot plans to open in the San Francisco Bay area with hopefully many more locations in the near future!

Welcome to the Madness

Elliot Fliesler!
Asian Fast Food Franchise

Are you ready to

Join the Madness?

The people have spoken, and they want Teriyaki. Asian and Fast Casual are the two fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. Join the Japanese franchise revolution and give people what they want: HUGE BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS!

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