Franchisees Spread the MADNESS in Littleton, Colorado 

 

Join us in welcoming our newest franchisees who will be bringing their healthy food franchise to Littleton, Colorado!

Terry and Julie Criger originally found Teriyaki Madness through another TMAD franchisee, Tim McCurry who will be setting up shop in Northern Colorado.  Terry had always wanted to be his own boss and felt very entrepreneurial throughout his career, but was tired of doing it for someone else.

Terry said, “I have been an entrepreneur for almost 20 years…but I was doing it for someone else! I want to be in business for myself and provide more of a legacy for my kids.”

Terry is adamant on teaching his kids what hard work looks like and how it can pay off. He also loves to be able to bring success to those that are employed with him.

“The only way to be successful in life is by working as a team. Everyone needs someone to be successful and I’m a big believer in that.”

Terry’s background includes being a former Vice President with a background in Accounting & Finance and Julie;s background includes being a Revenue Accountant in the oil and gas industry! They will be running their shop with their business partner, Reymond Leyba.

The trio plan to bring their healthy food franchise to Littleton, Colorado.

 

Welcome to the Madness!
Terry, Julie and Rey!

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Join the Madness?

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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