TMAD shop sales are doing better than ever before with four new franchisees and two new shop openings (with another three coming in the next two weeks)!
TMAD was featured in Fast Casual for crushing the industry standards during a pandemic. For the past four weeks, sales have been on an upward trajectory, on some days even beating same-store sales numbers from last year, long before the coronavirus crisis was keeping customers out of restaurants across the country.
“When the coronavirus crisis forced businesses across the country to shut down in March, Denver-based Teriyaki Madness found itself uniquely positioned to continue providing teriyaki bowls to loyal customers through catering, takeout, delivery and other off-site dining options. Ten weeks later, these strategies are continuing to pay off for Teriyaki Madness customers, franchise owners, employees and even frontline workers as shop sales are doing better than ever before!”
TMAD has invested in a top-notch marketing strategy that allows us to keep the brand top of mind for both loyal Teriyaki lovers and new customers alike. Much of the success is attributed to the Pay-It-Forward marketing campaign which allowed fans to provide meals to health care workers.
“In less than a month, the campaign has proven an enormous success, delivering more than 4,000 meals to healthcare professionals across the country. And it’s not just frontline workers who are benefiting. Customers and employees, too, are cheering the campaign’s success.”
The campaign portrays the community and the spirit that franchisees have long raved about, and definitely sets the brand apart from other franchises.
“Teriyaki Madness is an amazing community of people who actually care about not only each other’s success but the health and well-being of the community,” said Lombard, Illinois, Franchisee Nik Patel. “I am more than proud to be a franchisee of this brand.”
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