The SEC + Family Business + Teriyaki = A Winning Recipe!

Why are the SEC and Teriyaki Madness a match made in heaven? Because college kids and athletes love TMAD’s high protein and healthier meals that are super tasty and filling! Juan and Joell Batista are not strangers to the SEC as their son Caden attended Mississippi State and that is where the Batista family plan to open the first of their multiple TMAD locations..  They will not only be diversifying their portfolio, but more importantly, getting their son, Caden, and daughter, Bella, involved with the family business by opening up multiple units near college campuses.  

 “Our plan calls for multiple TMADs throughout the college towns of the SEC. The deliciousness of the food, the fun atmosphere of the restaurants, the simplicity of the concept, and as a long-time business owner I recognize the opportunity in being a franchisee and owner of several Teriyaki Madness restaurants.”  – Juan Batista 

Teriyaki Madness has 120+ shops open and is on track grow the number of open locations nationwide by 34% this year! TMAD is in growth mode and looking for brand leaders to grow the concept alongside the high performing, experienced leadership team. Time to strike while the wok is hot!  

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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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