Teriyaki Madness is featured in Business Wire for expanding the training staff while preparing for national expansion 

Teriyaki Madness currently has 37 stores open nationwide and by the end of the year, there will be 19 new stores opening!

In order to handle this rapid expansion, Teriyaki Madness is beefing up the training staff to help new franchise owners better become accustomed to the brand and location they plan to open in. The new hires include Jodi Bryce, Eli Hensley, Anthony Roberts, Jonelle Scarl, Jorie Sherepita, and Taylor Smith. Each and every member brings a wealth of experience to the team. The first addition to the team was former Pepsico and Qdoba Mexican Eats development veteran, Todd Owen, who is now the new Vice President of Development. 

“Teriyaki Madness is quickly becoming a leader in the Asian fast casual segment and high quality fast casual and executives are contacting us. It’s our job to make sure each franchisee has the proper training and support to ensure he or she is set up for success.” – Michael Haith, CEO

The new hires have already made an immediate impact on the Teriyaki Madness brands and our franchisees. Welcome aboard everyone! 

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