Our Franchisee’s love to give back to their communities! Teriyaki Madness Franchisee, Aaron Wåeissman, was featured in Fox Montana for donating a portion of his Japanese Franchise sales every Monday! Read the full story below!å

Local business pushes non-profit organizations forward

 

GREAT FALLS- Every Monday, a local business in Great Falls is dedicating part of its sales to giving back to our community in their own unique way.

At Teriyaki Madness, each Monday 20 percent of orders purchased get donated to a different local nonprofit organization in town. In order to make sure you’re supporting these groups, customers can walk in and mention the organization or can show one of these flyers.

So far they’ve raised several thousands of dollars and are booked out until February.

“We’re so blessed to be in a wonderful community like Great Falls, and I’m thrilled that here at Teriyaki Madness we can support those organizations with our Monday fundraisers,” said Aaron Weissman the owner of the Teriyaki Madness on 1710 10th Ave S.

Tomorrow they’ll be supporting the YWCA. A few other upcoming organizations include the Great Falls High School Speech & Debate Team and Habitat For Humanity. If your organization wants to sign up, Teriyaki Madness said all you have to do is give them a call.

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