TMAD Named a Restaurant Chain Best Positioned to Endure COVID

The restaurant industry was hit with a truly difficult year in 2020, but TMAD was prepared. It’s not that we predicted the pandemic, but our technological emphasis on curbside and third party delivery turned out to be exactly what was needed to thrive. Because of this, QSR Magazine has added us to their list of restaurants best positioned to endure COVID.

“Pivoting strictly to off-premises played right into TMAD’s wheelhouse as 65 to 80 percent of sale came outside the four walls pre-COVID,” QSR Magazine wrote.

Oh yeah. Keep it coming.

“Shops under construction continued their progress and opened only about a month to a month and a half late,” they continued. “In addition, TMAD’s sales were up 16 percent year-over-year in June and the loyalty program has added roughly 30,000 guests per month.”

Well put, QSR Magazine, well put. Read the full story here for more details on TMAD’s persevering model.

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