TMAD is Heading to West Virginia!

Need a reason to smile today? We’ve got five, thanks to Greg Darby and his team. Greg joined the TMAD team in a major way, signing on for five shops with the intention of opening them all in his home state of West Virginia! He’s a 25-year restaurant veteran who owns 84 restaurant concepts including Dunkin’, Subway Burger King and a few other big names. As is that wasn’t enough, he’s also the proud owner of 110 convenience stores. Talk about a busy guy. Greg came to TMAD looking for an opportunity to offer his customer base a different kind of flavor, and needless to say, we were ready to give it to them.

Greg is joined by his longtime associate Saraha Weitzman and her son Josh, who will help oversee operations of the soon-to-be string of teriyaki shops. We couldn’t have picked a better team to help establish TMAD in new places! Prepare for Madness, West Virginia.

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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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