TMAD creates program where franchisees, corporate and consumers pay it forward to support healthcare workers!

 

 

While we are all trying to navigate the current circumstances, Teriyaki Madness created a program pay it forward and support our healthcare workers who are battling on the forefront.

TMADs top priorities are showing support our community & healthcare workers while driving sales for our franchisees! We’ve developed marketing tactics and initiatives to keep customers, franchisees, and our community going strong during this time.

Consumers can sponsor a Teriyaki Bar for a hospital, doctor’s office, COVID testing spot or other healthcare facility. The customer will pay half, TMAD will cover the rest. We will deliver it to the healthcare location of the customers choice!*

CEO, Michael Haith said, “Every day we are inspired by the healthcare workers who are going above and beyond to make sure our communities are healthy and safe. We believe everyone has a role to play in overcoming this crisis, and we couldn’t be more excited to offer our customers an easy way to lend a hand by providing a hot, delicious meal for our doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals.”

Heroes have to eat, and Teriyaki Madness’s pay it forward campaign is helping to ensure that the healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis are well fed with high-protein, delicious and healthy meals.

 

 

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