Teriyaki Madness grew 58% this year
Teriyaki Madness saw significant growth, 58 percent, in the first two quarters of 2017, according to a press release.
"We are growing strategically and aggressively right to plan," CEO Michael Haith said in the release. "It is clear that there is a national demand for our concept and we will continue to cater to those seeking customizable fast casual options that provide delicious, healthy food at a great price."
The concept opened 14 units and entered several new states, including Montana, New York and South Carolina, and expects to have almost 60 locations by year's end.
"To ensure sustained growth for the business, it is important to make sure that we have the right people within our system to support our current and future franchisees," Haith said. "The success of a company is not determined by one person, but rather by a collective effort of exceptional people, systems and processes both at the local shop level and at our home office."