From providing a supportive community, to tips on financial and marketing support, TMAD’s zee’s are feeling the love during challenging times.

 

 

Teriyaki Madness has been acting fast to provide the support and community to our franchisees need during a challenging time. Through marketing tactics, financial support, leveraging the supply chain and much more, TMAD is making strides to stay on top during a crisis.

Our franchisees are getting the best support in the business and the TMAD team is doing everything they can to make sure customers know that TMAD is open and ready for business (takeout, delivery, curbside and catering…that is).

According to our franchisees in Bend, Oregon, ” Building a business as a franchisee takes leadership, team-building skills, and 100% dedication, by having these resources, success can be achieved. Teriyaki Madness has been the leading team we are proud to be a part of. Constant daily updates during these tough times, phone calls, webinars, and insights on how to keep our business running day by day.”

Because of the processes Teriyaki Madness has been implementing in recent years, franchisees are able to stay afloat. We’ve put robust technology and marketing tactics in place and are ready to weather any storm that comes our way.

 

Be a part of a community of leadership, support, and delicious spicy chicken!

 

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