Last year, we rolled with the punches and came out better than ever. In 2020, TMAD:

  • Established a jaw-dropping 31 new locations, 25 of which opened during the pandemic
  • Expanded its corporate team by 74%
  • Saw a 44% increase in grand opening sales for locations that opened during COVID

There are no signs of stopping! TMAD topped off the year with several strong additions to the franchise team, boosting our overall footprint by 38% and paving the way to our goal of 1,000 shops in the next ten years. From the team that’s brought you quality bowls, exceptionally unique management options and a laugh now and then, we hope this year is as great for you as it will be for us!

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