Franchisee Brings Teriyaki to Utah County!

Our newest franchisee will be bringing his Japanese Franchise to Utah County!

This franchisee has over 20 years of restaurant and hospitality experience and decided that it was time to own his own business! His goal for the future is to have a family-owned Teriyaki Shop that is customer driven, while providing delicious yet healthy Teriyaki to his community!

“We will be a family owned restaurant that will be employee focused and customer driven. We will take pride in doing it right the first time while providing world class healthy Japanese-style food and services at affordable prices.”

He originally found TMAD through a business consultant who connected with him through LinkedIn. He thought Teriyaki Madness would be a perfect fit based on TMAD’s hands-on training, and our informative education process.

Our new franchisee plans to bring his Japanese Franchise to Utah and use his background in restaurants to make it a success!

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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