Franchisees Spread the Madness to Miramar, FL
Juancarlos Perez and Gabriela Ramirez are our newest Asian food franchise owners and they are bringing the Madness to Miramar, Florida.
Juancarlos’ background includes working for Stanley Black & Decker ad a VP of Commercial Excellence. Both Juancarlos and Gabriela were ready to take control of their own destiny and start their own business.
“I truly see an opportunity to grow together. This will be my way of obtaining financial independence and own my destiny, whilst I become an enabler to drive brand awareness, equity and great customer experience for the brand.” – Juancarlos Perez
The couple found TMAD through a Franchise Consultant who loves the Asian food franchise business model, infrastructure and strong financial performance.
Juancarlos hopes to successfully redirect his life from a Fortune 500 Executive to a business owner. They hope to give back to their community, and pave the way for retirement when the time comes.
Welcome to the Madness
Juancarlos & Gabriela
Franchisee Spreads the Madness to Memphis, Tennessee
Welcome to our newest franchisee who is bringing his teriyaki franchise to Memphis, Tennessee.
Our newest franchisee’s background includes being a financial manager and has decided to venture into being an entrepreneur.
He said, “Building a business that I can pass on to my children is part of the legacy that I would like to give them.”
He found Teriyaki Madness through a franchise consultant who said, “TMAD has one of the strongest organizations to support franchisees!”
Teriyaki Madness has seen exponential growth in recent years and has recently become an international teriyaki franchise with its opening in Mexico City, Mexico.
CEO Michael Haith said, “We want to give people their shot at the American dream, whether they are immigrants or first-time business owners or are looking to become part of their community. If a franchisee is willing to work hard and they’re approachable and they match our culture, we think we can make them successful.”
We’ve Gone Global!
Teriyaki Madness is officially open in Mexico City, Mexico!
Franchisees Patricio, Enrique and Guillermo opened TMAD’s first international franchise opportunity on September 18th and have plans to spread the Madness all throughout Mexico.
“Since we have few supply chain restraints and can deliver great quality food anywhere, we focus on partners more than timing and geography when considering growth. When Patricio and Guillermo approached us with interest to open a franchise in Mexico, we looked to their experience and success in the market and immediately recognized their potential as Teriyaki Madness partners. With their expertise and the growing demand for Asian cuisine, as consumers in Mexico begin to focus on healthier foods and new flavors, we know that Teriyaki Madness will be a success in Mexico.” – CEO Michael Haith
TMAD is a highly competitive franchise opportunity that is more than capable of world domination thanks to the impressive team and processes TMAD has established in recent years.
Executive Vice President of Marketing wins Denver Business Journal C-Suite Award
TMAD’s Executive Vice President of Marketing, Jodi Boyce, was announced as a winner of the 2019 Denver Business Journal C-Suite Award!
Jodi’s role at TMAD includes overseeing the Marketing Team and touching anything related to the brand. This includes brand voice, personality, supporting programs and all national branding efforts.
According to DBJ, “Nominees were judged on individual and organizational accomplishments, community involvement, contributions to management and innovation within their fields…”
Jodi was celebrated among other C-Suite Executives at the award ceremony last week!
CEO Michael Haith was featured on QSR Magazine’s “Start to Finish” feature profiling executives in the QSR space. Michael discusses how he made it into the franchise world and how he built the best franchise support team in the business.
“We want to give people their shot at the American dream, whether they are immigrants or first-time business owners or are looking to become part of their community. If a franchisee is willing to work hard and they’re approachable and they match our culture, we think we can make them successful.” – Michael Haith, CEO
Teriyaki Madness is irreverent, left of center and isn’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers. The goal is to grow to 500 units in the next 10 years; aggressive but thoughtful growth!