Business Partners Spread the Madness in Canada!
Welcome to our newest franchisees in Canada! The Business partners will be bringing their first Teriyaki Shop to Regina, Saskatchewan.
Ankit & Nilambem, Mihir & Hiral and Jatinkimar & Nishaben loved TMAD’s unique concept and food quality and are excited to grow their portfolio. Their experience includes owning and operating a convenience store, gas station and food deli.
“We have been successful business owners and want to grow our portfolio into the Fast Casual industry in Canada!”
They found TMAD through a franchise consultant, who has known the partners for 10+ years. He knew they’d be perfect for the Madness based on the great marketing, delicious menu, and supportive upper management.
TMAD has made great strides in recent months and franchisees are wanting more of the Madness!
According to RestaurantNews.com, “Teriyaki Madness’s success during a time of unprecedented difficulty for most restaurants has not gone unnoticed. Customers are demanding TMAD! As a result, the brand has seen an influx of interest from prospective franchisees and has already signed four new franchise owners in the 60 days since the onset of the crisis.”
Welcome to the Madness Ankit & Nilambem, Mihir & Hiral and Jatinkimar & Nishaben!
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Franchisees lean on TMAD’s proven support system as they add to Florida’s growing market!
Welcome to Michael & Allison Richards, seasoned Business Owners, who will be bringing their Teriyaki Shop to Fort Lauderdale, Florida!
Michael & Allison own their own Real Estate Business and have always had a knack for business management.
“It has always been a dream of ours to add a restaurant to our portfolio. With everything that has been going on in our society today, the timing could not have been better to seize the opportunity to get into the restaurant business!”
The Business Owners both felt that Teriyaki Madness was the perfect fit to expand their portfolios and enter into a new industry. They fell in love with TMAD’s food, brand presence and profitability!
“This will be our first venture into restaurant ownership so we wanted to lean on the expertise of a brand and method that has already been proven to work!”
The Richards are joining the Madness in the peak of growth! According to RestaurantNews.com, Though restaurant industry sales have not fully recovered since early March, Teriyaki Madness was up 16% year-over-year in June, and continues to increase in YOY sales. In comparison, full service was down 28% and fast casual was only up 2% year-over-year. Pay-it forward community initiatives, like their most recent Healthcare Teriyaki Bar program, which delivered fully loaded teriyaki spreads to first-responders, have been a standout in demonstrating the franchise’s commitment to the communities they serve.
Welcome to the Madness, Michael & Allison!
Branded Asian Delivery with a Mature Tech Backbone!
The year 2020 has certainly had its plot twists in the restaurant industry, from the advent of the COVID-19 virus to dramatic fluctuations in the market.
But according to RestaurantNews.com, “The ups and downs, have not kept Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness, down. If anything, Haith feels more conﬁdent than ever in their business model and believes the rapidly growing, fast-casual teriyaki concept has what it takes to ﬁnish the year strong. Thanks to their team’s innovative and ﬂexible strategies set in place before and during the pandemic, Teriyaki Madness is taking steps to address curveballs thrown their way and continue their yearly pattern of growth.”
For starters, the restaurant franchise positioned itself for success well before the advent of COVID-19 with its technological advances and strong business model. With a dual online and app-supported ordering platform and vital switchboard capacity, Teriyaki Madness was able to successfully service their customers amid heightened demand during the pandemic through varied resources.
Though restaurant industry sales have not fully recovered since early March, Teriyaki Madness was up 16% year-over-year in June, and continues to increase in YOY sales. In comparison, full service was down 28% and fast casual was only up 2% year-over-year. Pay-it forward community initiatives, like their most recent Healthcare Teriyaki Bar program, which delivered fully loaded teriyaki spreads to first-responders, have been a standout in demonstrating the franchise’s commitment to the communities they serve.
Haith said, “These are initiatives that I am not only incredibly proud of, but that our franchisees are proud to bring to their communities. Our owners are talking about these programs and spreading the word to other folks who themselves are looking to become owners of their own franchise. The number of prospective franchisees and signed deals we have seen since the pandemic hit demonstrates the excitement our franchisees feel for the brand.”
Join a teriyaki concept that’s going above and beyond the competition!
TMAD Ranks on Restaurant Business Magazine’s Future 50 List for Resiliency, Record High Sales and Innovative Marketing Campaigns!
Teriyaki Madness has made the ranks on Restaurant Business Magazine’s Future 50 List at #13!
The Future 50 measures the fastest growing concepts that have annual sales between $25 million and $50 million.
According to Restaurant Business Magazine, “Over the dozen years that Restaurant Business has presented the Future 50, simple, easy-to-understand food—pizza, tacos—has dominated the list of fastest-growing small concepts. This year, new cuisines are rising to the top, signaling increasing acceptance of different ingredients, flavors and formats.”
Teriyaki Madness was recognized for our System Wide Sales, change in units year over year, and our resiliency to thrive during a global panemic.
“Teriyaki Madness has been aggressive since the coronavirus shutdown, using pop-up drive-thrus and curbside service to generate positive sales. Some locations hit record highs. The company also rolled out a “Pay it Forward” campaign, donating meals to first responders for every meal purchased. That kept the chain’s shops busy.”
For the past four weeks, Teriyaki Madness sales have been on an upward trajectory, on some days even beating same-store sales numbers from last year, long before the coronavirus crisis was keeping customers out of restaurants across the country. TMAD has held seven Grand Openings in seven states within the past month.
Multi-Unit Franchise Owner Opens TMAD’s 76th Teriyaki Shop!
Teriyaki Madness opened its first Hawaii location on Wednesday in a 2,200-square-foot space at Kapolei Commons.
Kapolei resident and multi-unit franchise owner, Ohmar Villavicencio discovered the brand while living in Las Vegas and said that it has been his “longtime dream” to bring the eatery to the Islands.
Ohmar said, “I like that it’s quick — we all lead hectic lives, so you can get in and get out, but still have something that is healthy and customizable. And it’s always prepared fresh. There are a whole lot of things that people can customize and put into their bowl, so every one is actually a unique meal. You can make it however you want.”