Join us in welcoming Teriyaki Madness' newest franchisees in
His experience includes being a Corrections Officer for 27 years
in a maximum-security prison and she spent the past 26 years
working in a family-owned manufacturing business.
He has always aspired to own a restaurant, and between Teriyaki
Madness' brand, concept, and culture, the pair decided they wanted
to grow the brand on the East Coast.
They worked directly with Alison Satriana who oversees TMAD's
new Finance Department. She helps candidates move through the
process to get financing for their new business.
They plan to open their first shop on Penn State University's
main campus and have a goal to open two more locations in the
Congratulations on your continued growth!