Teriyaki Madness to Open at Fort Knox Military Base

 

Franchisee George Hart will be the first to bring the Madness to a non-traditional location!

Hart will be opening his Teriyaki Shop at Fort Knox Military Base in Kentucky. This is paving the way for TMAD to open at airports, malls, military bases and college campuses!

TMAD has seen explosive growth in recent years and according to CEO Michael Haith, “The recognition that we have one of the best margins in restaurant franchising has dramatically increased interest from franchise candidates, and the addition of 90 units to our community is not only gratifying, but also lays the groundwork for even more growth in our pursuit of becoming one of the next great international franchise brands with all of the benefits of brand awareness for the franchisees.”

We are excited to bring Teriyaki to a non-traditional location and know that this is the start of more Teriyaki across the globe.

Interested in spreading the Madness? Contact franchise@teriyakimadness.com!

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