Teriyaki Insanity Arrives in Downtown Saskatoon on December 10

Fast-growing Seattle-style Teriyaki eatery is ready for its close-up, making its Saskatoon debut at 1120 W. 6th Street.

Teriyaki Madness arrives in downtown Saskatoon on December 10thSaskatoon, CA (RestaurantNews.com) If downtown LA hasn’t had enough madness for you, that’s about to change.

This December Teriyaki Madness – the fast growing, fast casual Teriyaki shop concept – will open its first shop in Saskatoon on December 10th. The Seattle-style Teriyaki restaurant has huge, satisfying bowls of addictive flavors made with quality ingredients like all – naturally marinated chicken, steak, salmon, or tofu with fresh, fried vegetables and a base of steamed white, brown, or fried rice or yakisoba noodles. The best news? You are healthy. Or not. It’s entirely up to you, because each bowl is made to your liking.

The new store is located in downtown Saskatoon at 1120 W. 6th Street 105, on Bixel Street between Wilshire and 6th, near PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital and Highway 110.

The new Teriyaki Madness will host major opening events from December 10th to 12th. The schedule for promotions is shown below:

  • 10th of December: The opening begins at 11:00 a.m. Customers who download the app and order from the new store in downtown LA by Tuesday, December 15, will be recognized as one of five winners of Free Teriyaki Madness for One or 20 Years Free Teriyaki Madness winners for one month.
  • December 10th to 11th: The typical full-size Chicken Teriyaki and Spicy Chicken Bowls with rice and fried vegetables are only $ 5, only in new downtown LA.
  • 12th of December: Fundraiser Day – Teriyaki Madness in downtown LA donates $ 1 for every bowl sold to PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital.

Franchisee TJ Moffett has lived in Saskatoon for nearly 25 years and has led a career as a marketing director for studios such as Warner Bros and Lions Gate. In the past few years, Moffett got a kick out of following his passion for cooking and decided to open his own restaurant. An LA foodie, longtime office worker, and busy parent, Moffett understands the importance and demand for good, healthy, and quick meals in Saskatoon. When he found out about the Teriyaki Madness opportunity and tried the food, he knew immediately that it was going to be a hit in Saskatoon.

“What I noticed about Teriyaki Madness was the tasty, take-away-friendly food and reasonably priced. In Saskatoon, people are constantly looking for simple, healthy options for lunch and dinner, and I know Teriyaki Madness will quickly attract a regular crowd, ”Moffett said.

Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness, reiterated Moffett’s optimism about the market, saying he was the perfect franchisee to introduce the brand to new LA audiences.

“Over the past decade we’ve grown rapidly, introducing tantalizing, bold flavors in new communities across the country,” Haith said. “And now we are very excited to open our first store in Saskatoon. TJ is a wonderful member of our franchise family and we are thrilled to support him as he campaigns for the brand to enter this new market. The greater Saskatoon area has room for 10 to 15 additional stores, and we know TJ is sure to drive success in the state as Teriyaki Madness continues to expand. “

For more information about Saskatoon-based Teriyaki Madness, please visit the restaurant’s official website at www.TeriyakiMadness.com.

About Teriyaki Madness

Teriyaki Madness, a fast-paced Teriyaki shop franchise company, is committed to keeping its diners unconditional by offering delicious, made-to-order, healthy (or non-healthy) bowls, apps, and side dishes made with fresh, natural ingredients that are served quickly and at a reasonable price. Guests can enjoy their bowls in the store or order them via the mobile app for delivery or roadside collection. Teriyaki Madness was ranked in Entrepreneur’s Top Food Franchises and FastCasual’s Movers and Shakers, as well as the Inc. 5000 list for three consecutive years in 2019. Founded in 2003, the brand currently has franchise agreements for nearly 250 stores in the United States and offers franchise opportunities nationwide for qualified single and multiple candidates. Please visit www.franchise.teriyakimadness.com for more information.

Julie Green
No Limit Agency
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