Seven Grand Openings in Seven States in the Midst of a Pandemic!

 

Teriyaki Madness has proven to come out on top during challenging times. When COVID-19 hit, Teriyaki Madness found itself uniquely positioned to continue providing hot meals to loyal Teriyaki lovers through catering, takeout, delivery and other off-site dining options. 

Two months later, the off-site operations, along with other savvy pivots, are paying off for TMAD customers, franchise owners, employees and even frontline workers.

For the past four weeks, Teriyaki Madness sales have been on an upward trajectory, on some days even beating same-store sales numbers from last year, long before the coronavirus crisis was keeping customers out of restaurants across the country. TMAD has held seven Grand Openings in seven states within the past month. 

According to RestaurantNews.com, “Teriyaki Madness’s success during a time of unprecedented difficulty for most restaurants has not gone unnoticed. Customers are demanding TMAD! As a result, the brand has seen an influx of interest from prospective franchisees and has already signed four new franchise owners in the 60 days since the onset of the crisis.”

TMAD has launched various campaigns to support healthcare workers and those who have been affected directly by COVID-19. With seven new shops open across the country, Teriyaki Madness is committed to finding new ways to support local communities and provide fans with comforting, customizable meals that restore a much needed sense of reliability and satisfaction in a difficult chapter.

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