COLORADO OPENING TERIYAKI MADNESS
On January 27, Michael and Shavonn Janes, local residents, will open their sixth Colorado location for the Seattle-style teriyaki restaurant. Johnstown (CO) Shavonn and Michael Janes will open the state’s newest Teriyaki Madness in Johnstown on Wednesday, January 27, 2012. They are excited to bring Northern Colorado to their Seattle-style teriyaki restaurant. The pair will be serving delicious bowls of addictive flavours, including all-natural marinated chicken, steak, and salmon, along with fresh, stir-fried vegetables, steamed white, brown, or fried rice, or Yakisoba noodles.
The new shop is located at 4944 Thompson Pkwy next to Crumbl Cookie
The Janes invite locals to celebrate the grand opening by hosting events from January 27 to February 2. Below is a list of events and primary giveaways.
January 27-29: All customers in-shop can enjoy $5 Junior or Regular Chicken Teriyaki bowls
January 28: Customers have the chance to win Teriyaki Madness for free! Every customer who orders through the app between January 28th and February 2nd will be entered to win either free Teriyaki Madness or a free month of Teriyaki Madness.
January 30, 2010: Mountain View High School will receive $1 for every regular bowl bought.
The Janes are also the owners of The Janes Group brokerage and Solace Homes custom home company. They were inspired to open Teriyaki Madness to make a significant contribution to Northern Colorado’s restaurant options. The Janes visited Teriyaki Madness in Utah and decided that the brand would work well for Johnstown. They believe that Northern Colorado’s welcoming community will love the brand’s healthy alternatives.
Michael Janes said, “We are thrilled to bring Teriyaki Madness in Johnstown.” “We have plans for a second Greeley location and another location to come. Shavonn and me would like to grow the brand in Northern, Southern, and Western Colorado. We plan to have double-digit locations in future.
“In the last decade, we have grown at a rapid rate, introducing bold flavours to new communities. Teriyaki Madness CEO Michael Haith said that they are thrilled to open their sixth Colorado store in Johnstown. “Michael, Shavonn and Shavonn are great members of our franchise family. We are so excited to support them in this new market. As Teriyaki Madness expands beyond Johnstown, Michael and Shavonn are sure to drive success in Colorado.
Teriyaki Madness, a fast-casual teriyaki restaurant franchise, is dedicated to satisfying all guests. They offer delicious, made-to order, healthy (or not), bowls, sides, and apps, and they do so at a fair price. Customers can order their bowls through the mobile app or in-store. Teriyaki Madness was ranked in Entrepreneur’s Top avenger travel trailer Food Franchises, FastCasual’s Movers and Shakers for 2019, and on the Inc. 5000 List for three consecutive years. The brand was founded in 2003 and currently has franchise agreements for almost 250 locations across the U.S. with franchising opportunities for qualified single- and multi-unit candidates.
We’re Going Global
Teriyaki Madness officially opens in Mexico City, Mexico Franchisees Enrique, Guillermo and Patricio opened TMAD’s first international franchise opportunity in September 18th. They plan to spread the Madness throughout Mexico.
We focus more on our partners than geography and timing when we consider growth, because we have very few supply chain restrictions and can deliver high quality food to any location. We were immediately impressed by Guillermo and Patricio’s success in Mexico and recognized their potential to be Teriyaki Madness partners when they approached us about opening a franchise. We know that Mexico will succeed because of their experience and growing demand for Asian food.
TMAD is a highly-competitive franchise opportunity that can be world-leading due to the outstanding team and processes TMAD established in recent years.
The brand was founded in 2003 and currently has franchisor agreements for almost 150 stores across the U.S.
Teriyaki Madness has relaunched its app, which allowed users to order their big bowls quicker and more easily than ever before.
Teriyaki Madness will launch a new loyalty program starting July 8. Fans can earn points for every purchase of TMAD, which can be used to redeem for free drinks, sides, and bowls of any kind.
“As we grow, we realized we had to invest in building stronger relationships and customers through the type mobile convenience they expect from their favorite restaurants today,” Jodi Boyce, Teriyaki Madness Vice President of Marketing. “The first step was to partner with Punchh last summer to develop our mobile application. We’re now introducing a loyalty program to reward our fans who choose Teriyaki Madness as their preferred choice.
TMAD’s loyalty program will offer special offers and sprint deals to reward customers who earn a certain amount of points each month. Customers can get a discount or a free item for completing a specific number of points. Double points are available for orders made through July 31. Customers can also donate points to charity, which will allow them to purchase meals for others. They’ll even give you a free bowl for your birthday.
Boyce says, “We’re thrilled to roll out our loyalty program as a way of thanking our regular customers and also to attract new customers thanks to its strong value proposition.” “Punchh is a renowned company with the kind of partner integration that we need to deliver our loyal customers, and we are excited to offer them the convenience and outstanding rewards through this new platform.”