Teriyaki Madness just won’t stop growing. Now, after adding 12 new restaurants to its roster during the pandemic, the franchise has announced plans to open an additional 15 locations before the end of the year.
For the past four weeks, Teriyaki Madness sales have been on an upward trajectory, on some days even beating same-store sales numbers from last year, long before the coronavirus crisis was keeping customers out of restaurants across the country.
It’s about time these heroes got a free lunch (or dinner). That’s why Teriyaki Madness has introduced a pay-it-forward campaign, through which everyday people can help provide free meals to healthcare workers.
Teriyaki Madness, the fast casual teriyaki shop franchise that turned in a 2019 for the books. As the fast-growing brand looks toward 2020, there’s a lot to be proud of in the rearview mirror - but even more to look forward to in the year...
On its continued quest for world domination-er, global expansion, rather - Teriyaki Madness is seeking qualified franchise partners to help introduce the brand to new and hungry audiences around the world.
On its continued quest for world domination-er, global expansion, rather-Teriyaki Madness is seeking qualified franchise partners to help introduce the brand to new and hungry audiences around the world.
For many, the 16th of the month is a reason to breathe easier since it’s often the day after payday. But for those affected by the current government shutdown, this Jan. 16 is likely to be another week without a paycheck.
Continuing to distance themselves from the competition, Asian fast casual franchise Teriyaki Madness announced its mobile app is now available for guests nationwide to download from iTunes or Google Play.
Teriyaki Madness, a growing, Denver-based fresh Asian fast-casual franchise, is adding more adventure to their menu this summer with a large, cold noodle salad, beginning June 6, for a limited time offer through September.
Teriyaki Madness, one of America's fastest growing fresh Asian fast casual concepts, announced it has signed its first international franchise deal for a new restaurant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico to open later this year.
Teriyaki Madness, a growing, Denver-based fresh Asian fast-casual franchise, is rolling out a high protein bowl that's nearly one pound of veggies and almost a half-pound of chicken, to debut Feb. 1 for a four-month Limited Time Offer.
Teriyaki Madness has solidified itself as an industry leader, opening teriyaki shops nationwide and building a strong infrastructure by recruiting high-level, seasoned restaurant executives to the system.
Teriyaki Madness, one of America’s fastest growing fresh Asian fast casual food concepts, has released new information that caters to the growing trend in the world of franchising to inform candidates of their complete earning potential.
Teriyaki Madness, a Denver-based Asian-inspired fast casual restaurant, has announced it will be expanding its training staff to help up and coming franchisees better acclimate themselves to the brand and surrounding neighborhood.
In an effort to support organic growth through its current strong franchisee base, Teriyaki Madness, a Denver-based Asian food concept, has recruited a network of highly skilled operations support staff.
With a new store opening every two weeks, Teriyaki Madness, a Denver-based fresh Asian food franchise, has revamped their executive team by bringing on seven highly-experienced individuals to help accelerate system-wide growth.