TMAD Opens in Small Town Elko, Nevada!

TMAD Opens in Small Town Elko, Nevada!

Elko

With soon to be 50 Teriyaki Madness shops nationwide, the madness has arrived in Elko, Nevada!

Sam and Gurpreet Samra, a father and son team, opened their first teriyaki shop in September and had the most successful opening in TMAD history. The shop opened at record breaking numbers and a line out of the door!

“After spending time with the Samra family and the team they hired makes me so excited about what’s to come for them. They have such a strong work ethic and community support that there is going to be nothing but great things
coming from Elko, NV!”

 

– Shanlee Kasson, Senior Training Manager

Elko

Territories are still available!

We are excited to spread the madness to the Nevada 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 profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy) the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls)

*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

Check out the Amazing Profitability >>

Teriyaki Madness Sells the Entire State of Hawaii!

Teriyaki Madness Sells the Entire State of Hawaii!

Hawaii

The Madness is expanding to Hawaii! TMAD’s newest franchisee, Ohmar Villavicencio took the dive and bought the rights for the entire state of Hawaii.
The first shop will be built in Kapolei, Hawaii and the expansion will continue over the next 10 years with at least 10 teriyaki shops.

See Ohmar’s Announcement >>

Hawaii may be sold, but plenty of territories are still available!

We are excited to spread the Madness to the islands! Here’s why now is the time to own your own business:

  • the profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy) the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls)

*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

Hang 10 Hawaii! Franchisee Buys the State of Hawaii!

Hang 10 Hawaii! Franchisee Buys the State of Hawaii!

Hang 10, Hawaii! Franchisee Buys the State of Hawaii!

Ohmar Villavicencio is our newest franchisee and he is bringing the Madness to Hawaii!

When Ohmar lived in Las Vegas, he would eat at Teriyaki Madness on a weekly basis after visiting the gym. In 2015, he decided he wanted a piece of the Madness and attended a Discovery Day. He unfortunately couldn’t make the timing work, but he kept us on his mind regularly. After attending a Discovery Day in September, he took the plunge and bought the state of Hawaii.

Ohmar chose Teriyaki Madness for the ability to keep his family united and

he loves the idea of bringing a new concept to the islands of Hawaii. He also loves the fact that TMAD has solid support, a fun culture and full transparency of the operations and numbers.

Ohmar and his family plan to open the first shop in Kapolei, Hawaii (where they currently live) and build the rest of the locations throughout the islands!
Ohmar is excited to bring TMAD to the islands!

Welcome to the Madness!

Ohmar Villavicencio!

TMAD Stays in the Family: New Franchisee in Utah!

TMAD Stays in the Family: New Franchisee in Utah!

TMAD Stays in the Family…

Kevin Bowman is the first franchisee to bring the Madness to Utah! Kevin originally found TMAD through his brother-in-law, TMAD Franchisee, Randy Thomas. Randy owns two successful shops in Las Vegas and has another one coming soon. Kevin’s professional experience includes being in Project Management and Human Resources. Kevin regularly ate at Teriyaki Madness in Las Vegas, but after moving to Utah he couldn’t satisy his craving. He was dedicated to finding a way to bring the Madness to his new home. When asked what made TMAD stand out over other concepts, Kevin said, “In my opinion, Teriyaki Madness is the only franchise concept that is
head and shoulders above its competition. Burger joints are a dime a dozen, but no one does teriyaki like Teriyaki Madness.” Kevin’s goal is to make a living providing the delicious flavors of TMAD to his community. Kevin loves sports (especially hockey!), playing tennis and snowboarding. He plans to bring his first location to Spanish Fork, Utah and wants to open as many Teriyaki Shops as he can manage (but he’ll start with 4). Kevin is devoted to start eating TMAD again by opening a shop in Utah. He is excited to spread the Madness!

Welcome to the Madness!

Kevin!

Aaron Weissman earns “National Franchisee of the Year” award

Aaron Weissman earns “National Franchisee of the Year” award

Great Falls Franchisee, Aaron Weissman, won the International Franchise Association “Franchisee of the Year” Award. Aaron was recognized not only for being an awesome TMAD franchisee, but also for his hard work, strong sales, and his involvement in the Great Falls Community. Read on!

3KRTV.com – Weissman earns “National Franchisee of the Year” award

(GREAT FALLS) – The International Franchise Association has recognized one of Great Falls very own. Aaron Weissman, owner of Teriyaki Madness, received the ‘National Franchisee of the Year’ award.

Weissman says although he was a surprised by the award, he is very humble: “It’s such a testament to the wonderful people that work here in Great Falls.”

“I tried the food and I thought, ‘Oh my God, it’s so good.’ I thought we had to have one of these in Great Falls. So I worked hard for a couple of years and I made sure that we got one open,” Weissman said.

Teriyaki Madness, located on 10th Avenue South, is the only one in Montana; it opened in April 2017.

Weissman says the best thing about owning a franchise is working with his employees, and with other organizations in Great Falls.

Franchisee of the YearEvery Monday is ‘fundraiser night’ at Teriyaki Madness, with 20% of sales going to a selected non-profit agency in the community.

“So far we have donated thousands of dollars all over Great Falls. We have worked with over three dozen organizations.” Weissman said.

When MTN asked Weissman about the key to being an entrepreneur in Great Falls, he had this to say:

“You’ve got to be a little bit brave. You have to be willing to put yourself out there. You’ve got to be willing to accept some criticism. And you’ve got to be willing to take a risk.”

A press release says that the Teriyaki Madness corporate team nominated Weissman not only for his strong sales and profit margins, but because of the good work he does in the Great Falls community.

Read the story on 3KRTV.

The Garden State Gains Another Delicious Concept

The Garden State Gains Another Delicious Concept

The Garden State Gains Another Delicious Concept!

Utpal, Della & Yash Jagad are our newest franchisees in New Jersey!

Utpal & Della’s experience includes owning a franchise concept and having success with operating retail liquor stores. Yash, Della and Utpal’s son, has a Masters in Executive Management & Data Analysis. With proven success in other industries, the Jagad’s felt it was time to move into a new industry and TMAD was the perfect option.

The Jagad’s initially found TMAD through a friend and after a quick Google search they became hooked on the concept. Between meeting the team, seeing the marketing material, and trying the food, Della, Utpal & Yash decided that this was the perfect opportunity for themselves.

The goal is to establish a steady income, lead their team to success, and to build an amazing working relationship with the entire TMAD team. They are focused on opening opportunities for not only their family, but for their future employees as well.

The trio plan to open their first shop within 15 miles of Hillsborough, New Jersey, with a goal of opening 6+ locations in the near future.

Utpal, Della & Yash are excited to bring the Madness to New Jersey!

Welcome to the Madness!

Utpal, Della & Yash!
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