Get First Dibs On Second Generation Sites!

Current shop owners are taking advantage of the strong portfolio of second generation locations that Teriyaki Madness currently has. Why? Because second generation sites empower owners to expand their Teriyaki Madness empire at a fraction of the price! As the brick and mortar purchase is one of the most significant steps in the buildout process, sites that have previously held restaurant concepts go a long way in mitigating the overall investment costs. TMAD’s second generation site portfolio consists of carefully-selected locations that meet our stringent spec requirements, and are available in states across the country!

This opportunity is especially ideal for potential franchisees looking for a low cost entry into absentee ownership. Combined with the turnkey management services offered by Restaurant Sherpas, there’s never been a better time to take your seat at the TMAD table.

Our franchisees are doubling and tripling down on Teriyaki Shops thanks to some of the strongest margins in the industry and our customized support structure. Don’t let them be the only ones to benefit— these sites make the overall investment costs a fraction of what they typically might be. Reach out for more info!

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The people have spoken, and they want Teriyaki. Asian and Fast Casual are the two fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. Join the Japanese franchise revolution and give people what they want: HUGE BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS!


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