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Eugene, OR – Farhan Khan

Farhan opened his first business, a sub shop, in Portland at 24-years-old after graduating from Northwest Christian University. Shortly after, he met his wife and they moved back to Eugene, where he opened up four more businesses including two convenience stores, a car rental service and a burger joint. After having spent 20 years in Eugene, Khan is excited to open his fifth business and bring the Seattle-style teriyaki concept to the community. As he’s gotten older, he’s realized the importance of healthy eating, and with Teriyaki Madness, he saw the opportunity to bring good, delicious food to the neighborhood.

“I’m really excited and impressed how well my team executed during the opening.”

-Farhan Khan

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Round Rock, TX – Rob Smithson

Rob Smithson is a former aerospace, robotics and automotive executive and serial entrepreneur whose lifelong love affair with great food led him to bring Teriyaki Madness to Round Rock. He opened his first shop on Saturday, June 2 and has plans to build more shops around the Round Rock/Austin Area.

“It’s a perfect time to introduce our Seattle-style, freshly prepared Asian Fusion cuisine to the fast-growing Round Rock area.  The entire Austin area is known for its bold, dynamic nature and Teriyaki Madness fits in perfectly with that. I’m extremely passionate because our unique concept serves food unlike anything else out there. This is not your typical franchised food.”

-Rob Smithson

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Andrews, TX – Eric & Jessica Hammack, Chad & Leticia Rodriguez

The Andrews Teriyaki Madness team consists of Jessica Hammack and Leticia Rodriguez, who will be running the restaurant together, and their husbands, Eric Hammack and Chad Rodriguez, who have been friends since attending Andrews High School. Prior to leaving their full-time jobs for Teriyaki Madness, Jessica worked as a senior production assistant for Sandridge Energy, and Leticia ran an oil fill company with Chad called MRC Pumps. In addition to helping with the new business, Chad plans to continue running the company, and Eric plans to remain as a completions foreman at Exxon Mobile. Often in Las Vegas for business and leisure, Chad had discovered Teriyaki Madness and loved the food. As a result, when the team was researching franchise opportunities, the brand stood out to the two couples. With the high-demand for Asian food in Andrews, they knew it was a perfect fit.

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Burlington, IA – Adam & Theresa Thielen

Both originally from the Burlington area, Adam and Theresa married in 2002 and became business owners in 2003 when they took over Adam’s grandfather’s funeral home, Thielen Funeral Home & Crematory.

Together, they took the small funeral home and turned it into the number-one business of its kind in the area – all thanks to their exceptional customer service. They sold the business in 2015 and stumbled upon their next entrepreneurial endeavor when dining out in Las Vegas.

Wanting to eat at a local restaurant, Adam and Theresa were recommended to eat at Teriyaki Madness. Immediately falling in love with the food, they joked about buying into the franchise system. When they realized that their town would love the food too, they moved forward with the franchise opportunity and are now excited to open the doors to their own Teriyaki Madness in Burlington!

“We’ve always liked to bring things to our town that people either need or want. Once they try the food, not only are they going to need it, they’re going to want it.”

– Adam Thielen

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Sylmar, CA – Mario Essary

Before his entrepreneurial journey began, Mario flipped homes and worked in real estate until the housing market crashed in 2008. Mario was in the process of making a career switch and researching franchises in which to invest when he stumbled upon Teriyaki Madness while in Las Vegas with his family. He fell in love with the concept immediately and wanted to bring the fresh, authentic fast casual to the San Fernando area which is where Essary opened up his first shop in 2014. The Sylmar shop will be his second open location, with plans to open three additional shops in the next couple of years.

Opening his doors last weekend, the new Sylmar shop has been a hit and people are loving the madness. Over the first week, his shop has been pumping out bowls nonstop and we are excited to see his continues success!

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Madison, AL – Manoj Patel & Kalpesh

Both originally from India, Manoj Patel and Kaplesh Patel moved to the United States following their families’ footsteps to find a better life with vast opportunities. The duo met in Madison, Alabama after moving to the same neighborhood and quickly became friends. Their shared passion for entrepreneurism led them to open their first business, a CITGO in Florence. With the success from their first business, the pair was inspired to open a second business – a restaurant. After learning about Teriyaki Madness, they knew it would be their second business, and were sold after trying the delicious food and becoming immersed in the “madness” of the company’s culture.  Manoj has two high school age daughters that will become a part of the TMAD team once they finish up school and they couldn’t be more excited.  Manoj and Kalpesh are both very hard workers and the fact that they have been business partners for almost a decade is quite promising of a great shop!

“We are really excited to see how excited the community is about the addition of TMAD. Our team has been very committed to following the process and feeding the best Teriyaki to Madison!”

-Kalpesh Patel

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Pickerington, OH – Helena Abidin

While visiting Las Vegas one day in 2015, Helena, a college senior at the time, stumbled upon Teriyaki Madness. She immediately fell in love with the brand and its Seattle-style Teriyaki menu. Specifically, that we would allow her to bring delicious, healthier and satisfying food options to her community – which was what appealed to her the most. Even though at the time she had been accepted to medical school to follow her family’s footsteps in becoming a doctor, Helena did a complete 180 – she decided to follow her entrepreneurial spirit by opening her very own Teriyaki Madness location.

“I have worked super hard to finally get to this point of opening TMAD in Pickerington. The closer the date got, the more nervous I became. But with the help of my awesome employees and even more awesome trainers, I couldn’t be more excited to serve the Pickerington Community hot, fresh, and healthy food.”

-Helena Abidin

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Houston, TX – Phat Vu, Anne Cao, & Phu Vu

Phat Vu, Anne Cao and Phu Vu opened Teriyaki Madness Parkway Village in February, 2018. The shop, located on Briar Forest Drive at Eldridge Parkway, is nestled within the Parkway Villages shopping center. Notable neighboring establishments include a Kroger Grocery, La Madeleine French Bakery & Cafe, and a Potbelly Sandwich Shop which is between Walgreens pharmacy and the always popular Chick-Fil-A restaurant. Teriyaki Madness Parkway Village is eager to serve deliciously health-conscious Teriyaki food, freshly made for all customers every single day.

“We’re thrilled to be giving residents of Houston access to big, satisfying bowls filled with high-quality ingredients and mouthwatering flavors.”

-Phat Vu

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Miami, FL – Ty Latham

When Ty Latham has a plan and a vision, he doesn’t let anything stand in his way … not even a major Hurricane. Like most Teriyaki Madness franchisees with a big and bold spirit, his determination got him through months of delays to finally reach his vision – opening Miami’s first Teriyaki Madness. Hurricane Irma struck the week before Ty’s location was set to open, delaying his grand opening indefinitely. But on Jan. 15, Ty celebrated his long-awaited grand opening with the community by giving out free teriyaki bowls to local, soon-to-be “T-MAD obsessed” customers. As the first Miami Teriyaki Madness location, Ty is extremely pleased with the location of his shop and is excited to bring TMAD to locals and tourists.

“I’m extremely passionate about this business and our customers. Seeing the community come together and support each other really just reinvigorated my desire to support the community and provide healthy, satisfying food and a venue for families and friends to sit down and share meals together.”

-Ty Latham

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Las Vegas, NV – Arnaldo “Gogo” Gomez

On Thursday, September 28th, Gogo officially opened his 4th shop in the Las Vegas area!  Being in Las Vegas with 13 other shops, the TMAD brand presence is well established and holding strong so Gogo just opened his doors for business and customers started coming in (truthfully, they barely waited for him to open the doors as they’ve been knocking on the door during construction anxiously awaiting his opening date).  Since he has three other shops, he was able to use employees that he already had on staff as well as new employees that he trained within his own shops before opening his new location.

This location is also unique in that it’s located next to a gas station AM-PM market.  We are excited to see how sales will be impacted by being neighbors with another high traffic business.

“I’m thrilled with the direction TMAD is going. With the new ownership I’ve opened 2 new shops this year already. Keep it up TMAD!”

-Arnaldo “Gogo” Gomez

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Oklahoma City, OK – Rohit Patel & Micky Patel

Who knew Oklahoma had an “Official State Meal”? We didn’t, but since it’s not Teriyaki, we don’t want anything to do with it. Apparently, Oklahoma’s state meal is fried okra, cornbread, bbq pork, biscuits, sausage and gravy, grits, corn, strawberries, chicken fried steak, pecan pie and black-eyed peas, but Rohit and Micky Patel are changing the game in Oklahoma and stepping far away from the usual and are bringing some big bowls of awesomeness to town.

“When I started spreading the word about Teriyaki Madness opening in the area I realized that people have been waiting for a teriyaki restaurant to open in OKC. Who would have thought without trying our food they all would be this excited. The feedback from our customers has been excellent. We hope we can continue to grow the brand and create loyal TMAD customers. I also absolutely have enjoyed the opening process with every department. Keep up the great work!”

-Rohit Patel

“We are really excited to open our first Teriyaki Madness in Oklahoma City. We have been working hard with our staff and trainers to ensure the quality of the food and service that we provide is superb. Our local community has been very supportive of our business. They are so thrilled that a true teriyaki restaurant is now available to them. We are delighted to serve our local community and as always, Welcome the Madness!”

-Micky Patel

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Charlotte, NC – Ken Fay

This location is in Uptown, Charlotte about 5 minutes from the Carolina Panthers Stadium. The shopping/apartment center hosts a Target, Best Buy, Staples, Trader Joe’s, Zoe’s Kitchen, Wendy’s, Petco, (a few other shops and small restaurants). There is an office building and apartments above the shop. Catering will be a hit with businesses in this area. Talk about a prime location!

“Heading into the week of training, I was very nervous about all the challenges in supporting our opening activities. The training team of Anthony, Jorie, and Rigo, did a fantastic job in coaching all of us to be ready for our big event.”

-Ken Fay

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Square footage: 1,274

Number of seats: 24

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Square footage: 2,655

Number of seats: 107 (including booths, and outdoor patio)

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