Franchisees Don’t Need Prior Restaurant Experience to Run a Teriyaki Madness Location
With a long career in franchising, Teriyaki Madness (TMAD) CEO Michael Haith sums up why he’s fond of the industry in just two words: “It works,” he says. “I have been involved in franchising as a franchisee, supplier, consultant, investor and franchisor for over 30 years. It has provided well for my family and those on my team while working diligently to help others accomplish their goals.”
“Nothing is more rewarding than providing an opportunity for the pursuit of the American dream.”Michael Haith
Through franchising, TMAD’s mission is to provide opportunity. “We have specifically invested in and designed our franchise system to train and support franchisees who have zero business or restaurant experience,” he says. “Nothing is more rewarding than providing an opportunity for the pursuit of the American dream: successful business ownership.”
Among its many accolades, TMAD has been ranked as the No. 1 Fastest-Growing Big Restaurant Chain by Restaurant Business and has been named one of QSR’s Best Franchise Deals. TMAD also holds an impressive place on the Restaurant Business Future 50 List (#13), for its system-wide sales, change in units year-over-year, and resiliency to thrive during a global pandemic. Haith attributes the company’s increasing success and acclaim to its simple and scalable concept and partnership with growth-driven franchise owners.