Even Small Towns are Filling Fast!

Even Small Towns are Filling Fast!

Franchisee Opens Teriyaki Shop in Tiny Elko, Nevada to Rave Reviews!

There’s nothing like opening the doors to your brand new Asian fast food franchise! Father and Son duo, Sam and Gurpreet Samra opened their TMAD in Elko, Nevada to unprecedented Grand Opening sales!

Sam started his career in the trucking business, where he was a driver for over 12 years. After leaving the industry, Sam and his family moved from California to Elko, Nevada. After moving to Elko, Sam opened up two local businesses; a liquor store and a pizza shop. With the help of his family, Sam ran these businesses for several years before choosing to take on another opportunity…in comes TMAD!

Sam’s son came across Teriyaki Madness while visiting Las Vegas, and insisted on having his family try it out. After a great experience and a delicious meal, Sam and Gurpreet (who runs the day to day operations) decided it was now or never to bring an Asian fast food franchise to the Elko community as TMAD is growing so quickly!

“Excited to cook some juicy chicken for the boyz!”
-Gurpreet Samra

Check Out the Grand Opening Video

Reasons to Join the Madness Now:

Here’s why now is the time for you to own your own Teriyaki Shops:

  • territories are going fast (63 granted in 2018!)
  • the profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy)
  • the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls, 1800 sq ft with an average build out cost of $450k*)
  • the support team (we’ve been able to recruit the best management team in the business!)

*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

 

Dreaming About Cutting the Ribbon to Your Brand New Teriyaki Shop?
Let’s Make it Happen!

Tom, Dick & Harry? NO! Al, Tony & Rich!

Tom, Dick & Harry? NO! Al, Tony & Rich!

Tom, Dick & Harry? NO! Al, Tony & Rich!

Multi-Unit Operators Join the Success of TMAD!

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Richard Nordstrom, Alfredo Rubio and Anthony Sangelo (Rich, Tony and Al) are our newest franchisees and they are bringing their Asian food franchise to Raleigh, North Carolina!

About Three Guys!

The partners were awarded a standard franchise (equaling three teriyaki shops) that they plan to bring to Raleigh and the surrounding towns. The new multi-unit shop owners will join the many other successful Teriyaki Madness multi-unit operators!

According to Rich, “We hope that Teriyaki Madness becomes a household name.

Our goal is to know that we are helping others lead a better, happier, and healthier life. Along with having financial success, we are striving for hard work, dedication and providing the best quality product in the area.”

The trio found Teriyaki Madness through a franchise coach and decided it was time for a change. Rich is excited for more stability; Al and Tony are excited to grow their Teriyaki Shops!

Welcome to the Madness!

Rich, Tony & Al!

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Teriyaki Madness Shakes the Bay Area!

Teriyaki Madness Shakes the Bay Area!

5 More Shops Coming to California!

Avez Bashadi is a Regional Manager for a multi-national grocery retailer and an independent grocery store owner in San Jose, California. After operating the store for the past six years, Avez decided he wanted to add a franchise opportunity to his portfolio.

After attending Discovery Day, Avez ventured on to research other franchise concepts. He quickly came back to TMAD after realizing nothing else compared!

“After learning more about the amazing support team and delicious Teriyaki, I knew I wanted to join The Madness! My goal is to scale and grow, and TMAD worked diligently with me to ensure that I was able to do just that!”
– Avez Bashadi

 

Reasons to Join the Madness:

Here’s why now is the time for you to own your own business:

  • the profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy)
  • the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls, 1800 sq ft with an average build out cost of $450k*)
  • the support team (we’ve been able to recruit the best management team in the business!)*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
Four Bowls Equal a Wok!

Four Bowls Equal a Wok!

Baseball Player Turned to Teriyaki!

Former baseball player turned Wok Star! After college, Shane Kennedy went on to become a professional baseball player. After suffering multiple injuries that ended his career, Shane started a pursuit in finding a franchise opportunity…queue TMAD!

Shane found Teriyaki Madness when visiting Texas with his girlfriend. “I heard about Teriyaki Madness when I was on a trip to Texas…I went to try it out, we were there for seven days, I ate there four out of the seven!”

Shane plans to open three shops in and around the Orlando area and bring delicious teriyaki to all! Watch why he joined the MADNESS!

Reasons to Join the Madness:

Here’s why now is the time for you to own your own business:

  • the profitability (earning potential 23%)*
  • the yearly sales (average is $1,038,975!)*
  • the business model (simple and scalable)
  • the food (as hearty and delicious as it is healthy)
  • the real estate (small footprint, think strip malls) 1800 sq ft with an average build out cost of $450k*
  • the support team (we’ve been able to recruit the best management team in the business!)*Refer to 2018 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
TSA Agents Enjoy a Hot Meal Thanks to TMAD Franchisee

TSA Agents Enjoy a Hot Meal Thanks to TMAD Franchisee

Franchisee Gives Free Teriyaki Bowl to All TSA Agents Today

Teriyaki Franchisee, Aaron Weissman, is giving back to his community once again! Aaron has always been quick to use his business for good and give back to the community in many different ways. Today, he is giving free Teriyaki Bowls to all TSA Agents in honor of their hard work and dedication in this tough time!

According to RestaurantNews.com, for those affected by the government shutdown, it may be another week without a paycheck for many people.

“This is a simple way for us to say ‘thank you’ to the TSA workers for keeping our airways safe every day, especially under these circumstances,” said Aaron Weissman, owner of Teriyaki Madness in Great Falls. “We hope they can come in, enjoy some Chicken Teriyaki and know we appreciate their dedication during a difficult time.”

– Aaron Weissman, Great Falls, Montana (RestaurantNews.com)

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