With beefed up bowls comes a beefed up support team ready to conquer 2019. Our team consists of eight individuals with a combined 184+ years of restaurant management experience which gives the expertise for the company to double in size in 2019!
Because of our impressive support squad, we pride ourselves in knowing that our franchisees don’t need prior restaurant experience to open an Asian food franchise. We have the support in place to guide all of our franchisees to success as they are taught the ins and outs of the restaurant industry.
According to RestaurantNews, “For some brands, having this many teriyaki cooks in the kitchen might result in disharmony. TMAD isn’t one of those brands. Each executive’s area of expertise perfectly complements that of the others, creating a synergistic operation that is propelling the brand to new heights thanks to a shared vision for the future.”
Although we boast that Restaurant experience isn’t required, we don’t look down upon anyone who has prior restaurant experience. In fact, our support team sculpts the support around what each franchisee needs for their Asian food franchise.
“The team we’ve assembled brings so much to the table. Each member’s unique skills make us efficient, nimble and capable of supporting our franchisees as we continue to scale in 2019 and beyond,” said Michael Haith.
Japanese Food Franchise Franchisees, Keith and Allison Colson, were first introduced to Teriyaki Madness at the Gilbert, Arizona location as frequent customers. They knew they wanted to be a part of the Madness, and when the Gilbert TMAD became available for ownership, Keith and Alison jumped on the opportunity. During that time, the Colson’s were also in the process of opening the Chandler, Arizona location leading them to open two shops in seven months!
“We evaluated around 20 different restaurant concepts before ultimately landing on Teriyaki Madness,” said Keith. “We liked that the food was healthier and is made with fresh, quality ingredients. It’s a good, clean and healthy option. The Gilbert shop that we took over this summer is six miles from where the Chandler shop just opened. We’re so excited to build on our existing loyal customer base and expand our reach to new customers with our family-run business.”
*Chandler, Arizona Grand Opening! Learning from the trainers, giving free bowls, and early morning long lines out the door. SUCCESS!
Territories are still available!
We are excited to spread the Madness to the Arizona market! In the past, you were interested in opening your own Teriyaki Madness. Here’s why now is the time for you to own your own business:
the yearly sales
the business model (simple and scalable)
the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy)
the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls)
Great Lakes with Even Better Food…TMAD is Spreading in Michigan!
Tim and Melissa Steckly are our newest franchisees and they are spreading the Madness in Michigan!
Tim’s background includes having 20+ years of experience in IT and 5+ years of experience as a Resource Manager. Melissa has 20+ years of experience as a Nail Technician. Their hobbies include playing golf, grilling, and gardening.
Tim originally heard about TMAD through his work lunches. TMAD would be catered on a regular basis and he noticed that his coworkers raved about the freshness and the flavor. He tried the spicy chicken and was sold!
The Steckly’s have worked directly with Alison Satriana who oversees TMAD’s Finance Program. She helps candidates, like Tim and Melissa, move through the process to get financing for their new business.
The Steckly’s are excited to bring the freshness, the flavors, and the quality ingredients to their community. They plan to open their first shop in Shelby Charter Township, Michigan with hopefully more shops in the near future!
Lauren & Kurtis Hornung are our newest franchisees in Texas!
When the Hornung’s lived in Las Vegas, TMAD was their favorite place to eat after their workouts. They have been hooked on the concept ever since! After moving to Texas, they quickly discovered there was no place like TMAD.
Lauren’s experience includes being a Nuclear Pharmacy Supervisor and Kurtis’ experience is in the Military. Both Lauren and Kurtis enjoy working out and living a healthy lifestyle, making TMAD a perfect fit for them.
Teriyaki Madness stood out because of the culture and the personable team. They both love the food, the Spicy Chicken to be exact, and they both want to bring something new to their community in Pearland, Texas.
The Hornung’s have worked directly with Alison Satriana who oversees TMAD’s Finance Program. She helps candidates, like Lauren and Kurtis, move through the process to get financing for their new business.
The Hornung’s goal is to be heavily involved in the community, have a financial gain, and provide people with a fun work environment. They plan to open their first shop in Pearland, Texas with a long term goal of opening 3 to 4 locations.
Lauren and Kurtis are excited to bring the Madness to Pearland, Texas!