It’s not often that a young franchise brand gets to celebrate the launch of a new loyalty program; its first annual conference; the opening of a flagship corporate headquarters shop that serves as
Scott and Denise Lingeman are bringing the madness to The Tampa area with the opening of the newest Teriyaki Madness in Wesley Chapel on September 25.
When I was 28 years old, I was a waiter in a restaurant that began franchising, and I bought a Pour La France! catering franchise and built that for a number of years.
A year after the successful launch of its new app that allowed its fans to get their big bowls faster and easier than ever before, Teriyaki Madness is spicing things up yet again.
Teriyaki Madness, with the immense success of the TMAD app that launched last year, is getting into the delivery game with a host of new partners and expanded options to get its customers the food
Teriyaki Madness is celebrating the opening of its 50th location with its latest site launch in Oakdale, Minnesota, which will also be the brand’s first location in the state.
Michael Haith knew Teriyaki Madness couldn’t rush out of the gates. When M.H. Enterprises purchased the brand in late January 2016, Haith was upfront about the challenge ahead.
After finding success in the Las Vegas market, Asian-inspired fast-casual brand Teriyaki Madness is excited to bring its delicious new limited-time offering to bowls nationwide: Teriyaki Salmon.