Teriyaki Madness was featured in FastCasual.com for our confident growth strategy!

CEO, Michael Haith was interviewed on TMAD and its future growth and why he isn’t afraid to say that TMAD is going to keep growing and keep growing fast. 

“Claiming to double your restaurant unit count in one year may seem pretty gutsy, but Teriyaki Madness CEO Michael Haith isn’t afraid to say it aloud.”

We are expected to hit a minimum 500 units by year 2026 which includes doubling TMAD’s Teriyaki Shops in 2019. Between our impressive executive team, which has been strategically built over the last couple of years, and new processes and systems, TMAD is seeing unimaginable growth.

“We have invested a tremendous amount on resources to fully support a collaborative relationship with the franchisees and the growth of an international brand,” Haith said.

The resources include a redesign and a loyalty program with an expected 9-11% Same Store Sales Increase from increased traffic counts. 

FastCasual sat down with Michael Haith for an FAQ on how he intends to continue spreading the Madness world wide.

 

Read the full article and FAQ at FastCasual.com >>

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