There’s a reason Teriyaki Shops are found everywhere in Seattle; teriyaki is fast, delicious, and healthy. The founders love affair with teriyaki started in Seattle as students, then was brought home to Las Vegas in 2003 to see if it would work in a totally different market. With success across the country, we took TMAD to the next level. TMAD is spreading fast and now operates in 17 states and soon to be 50 open shops.
To buy a franchise with Teriyaki Madness, you'll need to have at least $500,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $450,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $322,755 - $845,435. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Total Units:||225 (68 open; 157 sold)|
|Home Office:||Denver, CO|
There’s a reason Teriyaki Shops are found everywhere in Seattle; teriyaki is fast, delicious, and healthy. The founders love affair with teriyaki started in Seattle as students, then was brought home to Las Vegas in 2003 to see if it would work in a totally different market.
It wasn’t long before they had built a community of raving fans and average unit volumes (AUV) over a million dollars. In 2012, after proving the business model, with 7 open shops, Teriyaki Madness began building its community of teriyaki shop owners and food fanatics nationwide.
With success across the country, we took TMAD to the next level. TMAD is spreading fast and now operates in 20 states and 65+ shops.
Teriyaki Madness brings teriyaki to a whole new level with a family friendly, neighborhood feel.
Our food is made when you order. Always fresh, never frozen marinated and grilled meats and customizable bowls meant for delicious and healthier eating. We have a collection of sauces, made from scratch with the best ingredients so we can bring a one-of-a-kind teriyaki taste to each bowl at an affordable price.
We are very transparent with our numbers. The Item 19 Financial Performance Representation includes all Income Statements from all shops open 2 or more years.
*Refer to the 2020 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
*Refer to the 2020 Franchise Disclosure Document
Restaurant experience isn’t necessary to be a TMAD owner, but we but we have two ideal candidates considered to be successful:
From strip malls to power centers, from urban to suburban, and from new build to retro-fit, Teriyaki Madness can be adapted to a wide variety of real estate.
When you work with the Teriyaki Madness Real Estate Team, you get the experience and guidance of a local broker, access to industry leading site selection technology and proven real estate metrics to achieve confident results.
We consider our “sweet spot” for our shops to be between 1,600 to 2,000 square feet. Typical TMAD shops are near other national fast casual brands, with high traffic or pedestrian counts and surrounded by customers with known interests in fitness, sports, do-it-yourself projects and home décor.
Contact us today to find out more about starting your own Teriyaki Madness business.
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Interested parties should have at least $500,000 in liquid capital to invest.