TMAD Launches Loyalty Program!

All hail the Teriyaki Gods! One year after the launch of the highly successful TMAD app, which allowed loyal Teriyaki lovers to get bowls faster and easier than ever before, TMAD is spicing things up yet again in a language that everyone is fluent in: FREE FOOD!

According to Franchising.com, “As if Teriyaki Madness fans needed more reason to crave its Asian-inspired fast-casual fare, the brand is rolling out an all-new loyalty program on July 8. Yes, this means exactly what you think it means: with every TMAD purchase, fans accrue points that can be redeemed for free drinks, sides and bowls of all kinds.”

This means that in addition to earning a free bowl with the purchase of another bowl and two drinks just for signing up, the loyalty program will feature insane deals and special offers including offering double points throughout July!

“As we continue to grow, we knew we needed to invest in building stronger relationships with our customers through the type of mobile convenience they expect of their favorite restaurants today,” said Teriyaki Madness VP of Marketing Jodi Boyce.

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