CEO, Michael Haith, Discusses Growing Franchise Industry

With Teriyaki Madness is taking leaps and bounds into the ever growing franchise industry. In a recent article by Modern Restaurant Management News, CEO Michael Haith discusses what makes TMAD a powerful force.

The success of a company is not determined by one person, but rather by a collective effort of exceptional people, systems and processes both at the local shop level and at our home office.” – Michael Haith

Arrangements have been made for over 150 teriyaki shops to open, meanwhile, an ambitious goal for 500 locations to open worldwide within 7 years has been made by Teriyaki Madness.  Good Luck, TMAD!

There is no doubt that the Teriyaki Madness will have any troubles reaching their goal. The madness has already proved its success. Here is what Haith has to say:

Our mindset is to serve big bowls of incredible, bold, flavorful food in communities all over the country, and the shop sales numbers certainly speak for themselves.

Click HERE to see the full interview.

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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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