Carson City Now Has Something to be Known For!

Japanese Franchise
Japanese Restaurant Franchise
Japanese Food Franchise
Asian Food Franchise
Luciana and Massimo Irenze are our newest franchisees and they are bringing their japanese franchise to Carson City, Nevada!

About Luciana and Massimo

Luciana’s background includes having 17+ years active duty Army. Nine of those years she aided in food services for the military.

Her husband, Massimo has 18 years of active Army service and worked in the food service prior to joining the military.

Teriyaki Madness has many franchisees with a military background.

In their free time, the Irenze’s work on home renovations and spend time with their kids.

Luciana and Massimo originally found Teriyaki Madness when they lived in Las Vegas and frequently ate at many of the shop locations. They love the fresh food, easy menu and

small footprint and after years of eating delicious teriyaki, they decided to join the Madness!

Luciana and Massimo absolutely love TMAD’s food and witty marketing. They hope to make the switch from the military lifestyle to all teriyaki, all the time.

Their goal is to ease into a business that will not only provide for their family, but allow them more time to spend together, as well.

Luciana and Massimo plan to open their first japanese franchise in Carson City, Nevada with hopefully more locations in the near future!

Welcome to the Madness

Luciana and Massimo!
Asian Fast Food Franchise

Are you ready to

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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    With a concept so hot that even Floridians are impressed, the teriyaki shop franchise aims to open 22 new shops across the state.

    Why Florida, you ask? No, it’s not just the weather. We’re talking about a hotbed of franchising opportunities across the state, from St. Johns down to Miami and from Clearwater over to Melbourne.

    “We’re setting the table for unparalleled growth in the state,” said Michael Haith, TMAD’s CEO. “Securing top-notch locations is our game plan to bowl over the competition and win hearts, one teriyaki bowl at a time.”

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