Franchisees rally together to provide support to their franchise community!

 

 

Teriyaki Madness has proven to be a strong franchise community during challenging times.

While the corporate office is busy providing support, new initiatives, marketing tactics, and much more…. franchisees are rallying to encourage their community to stay strong during challenging times.

According to Katie Catlin, franchisee in Lapeer, Michigan, ” Things are tough, but we are going to weather through this. We have a really great supporting community. Stay strong out there. It’s tough, but we’re all in this together!”

TMAD franchisees are staying active not only in their restaurants, but are also providing support to their surrounding community and healthcare workers.

Katie isn’t the only franchisee chiming in during this time.

Our franchisees in Bend, Oregon said, “Building a business as a franchisee takes leadership, team-building skills, and 100% dedication, by having these resources, success can be achieved. Teriyaki Madness has been the leading team we are proud to be a part of. Constant daily updates during these tough times, phone calls, webinars, and insights on how to keep our business running day by day.”

We truly are all in this together and Teriyaki Madness has proven that nothing can bring down the franchise system that has been built!

Watch what Katie has to say! >>

 

 

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