Updated Catering Program Offers Easy Ordering for Customers and a Lucrative Revenue Stream for Franchisees!

 

TMAD has rolled out a new catering program that offers easy ordering and navigation for customers. The program also offers a lucrative revenue stream for current franchisees!

According to CEO Michael Haith, Teriyaki Madness is always looking for new ways for customers to get their hands on their favorite menu items, whether that’s through our app, loyalty program or gift cards. Now with delivery and the updated catering roll-out, customers can have all Teriyaki, all the time. 

Michael said, “Catering is the difference between a shop that does well in its market and one that completely dominates it. This update is going to take our shop owners to the next level.”

The program is the perfect solution for feeding everyone in the office with its variety and customizable options.

Haith said, “We are determined to stay nimble so that we can effectively meet the demands of our customers, franchisees and an ever-changing marketplace. We keep our ears and eyes open, and we aggressively pursue improvements that serve the profitability of our franchisees, which is exactly what our new catering program does.”

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