Teriyaki Madness welcomes our newest franchisee, T.J. Moffett!

T.J., who found out about Teriyaki Madness through FranCoach, lives in Los Angeles and became interested in the brand when he first reviewed the franchise/business model and recognized the potential in the SoCal area. T.J. was also drawn to the business by the overall Teriyaki Madness culture, the growing market for quick & healthy meals, and by his passion for cooking. And once he tasted the Spicy Chicken and an egg roll, T.J. was sold on the idea of owning his own teriyaki shop and being part of the TMAD family!

He and his wife, who are both studio executives, felt that Teriyaki Madness was the best fit to help them achieve their dreams of financial independence.  They see themselves owning multiple stores in Southern California, with the first being in the San Fernando Valley (Glendale to Woodland Hills) and then possibly expanding to West L.A. Their ultimate goal is to own at least three teriyaki shops. 

Please join us in welcoming T.J. Moffett and Brandi Wismann to Teriyaki Madness, and stay tuned for new shop updates in the Los Angeles area.

For more information on franchising with Teriyaki Madness, click here!

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