Hang 10, Hawaii! Franchisee Buys the State of Hawaii!

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Ohmar Villavicencio is our newest franchisee and he is bringing the Madness to Hawaii!

When Ohmar lived in Las Vegas, he would eat at Teriyaki Madness on a weekly basis after visiting the gym. In 2015, he decided he wanted a piece of the Madness and attended a Discovery Day. He unfortunately couldn’t make the timing work, but he kept us on his mind regularly. After attending a Discovery Day in September, he took the plunge and bought the state of Hawaii.

Ohmar chose Teriyaki Madness for the ability to keep his family united and

he loves the idea of bringing a new concept to the islands of Hawaii. He also loves the fact that TMAD has solid support, a fun culture and full transparency of the operations and numbers.

Ohmar and his family plan to open the first shop in Kapolei, Hawaii (where they currently live) and build the rest of the locations throughout the islands!
Ohmar is excited to bring TMAD to the islands!

Welcome to the Madness

Ohmar Villavicencio!
Asian Fast Food Franchise

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The people have spoken, and they want Teriyaki. Asian and Fast Casual are the two fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. Join the Japanese franchise revolution and give people what they want: HUGE BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS!

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