Teriyaki Madness Franchise Owners Have Huge Bowls and Big Profits
We don’t mind bragging. On average, here’s how things shake out:
(Average Unit Volume)
Our Average Unit Volume (AUV) is $1,161,201*. Find out more about your earnings potential in our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD), which includes the Item 19 that shows Income Statements from Teriyaki Madness franchisees. Item 19 can help you understand potential revenue, labor costs, COGS and profit margins.
Stacked Same Shop Sales Growth
(2021 vs. 2019)
There are more than 125 Teriyaki Madness shops open across the United States including two in Mexico and two in Canada! With strong support, numbers and scalability, TMAD is a fantastic addition to your franchise portfolio or a great choice for first-time franchisees.
Want to know more about the Teriyaki Madness franchise profitability?
We’re happy to share! Check out the Profit & Loss Statements from our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) to see how our shops average over $1 million annually in sales*.
The information below is pulled directly from the 2022 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). The FDD contains a section called Item 19 which contains Financial Performance Representations. Teriyaki Madness is fully transparent by providing you with Income Statements from all shops that are more than 1,350 square feet and smaller than 3,000 square feet, have been in operation for at least two years, that were in traditional locations without a drive-through, have had no change of ownership within the two year period described, and are not currently for sale.
Top 4 Reasons for the Success of Teriyaki Madness
1. The Business Model (it’s simple and scalable)
3. The Real Estate (small footprint, ideally located – think strip malls)
4. The People (our experienced team – we all love what we do, and it shows)