Teriyaki Madness Continues Leadership & Support for its Franchise Community!
TMAD’s priority is to show franchisees how we are supporting our franchise community during this time. We are stronger together!
The Teriyaki Madness team is in daily communication with franchisees, problem solving unique challenges that come up during this climate. From leveraging supply chain, to providing tips on dealing with landlords, and aiding franchisees to gain access to more capital, TMAD is coming out on top of the storm.
According to CEO, Michael Haith, “Times of challenge are when leadership rises to fight side by side with the TMAD franchisee community. each serving in their role to vanquish fear and uncertainty to achieve the stated goals together.”
Teriyaki Madness has also switched directions on the marketing front to show customers that we are open for takeout, delivery and now, curbside service. We have developed new marketing tactics and materials to redirect traffic.
According to Jodi Boyce, Executive Vice President of Marketing, “We are working closely with our franchisees on a daily basis and it’s amazing to see the teamwork and creative thinking to find new ways to get the message out and get our food in customers’ hands (without touching them!).”
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