Teriyaki Madness has been aggressive since the coronavirus shutdown, using pop-up drive-thrus and curbside service to generate positive sales. Some locations hit record highs. The company also rolled out a "Pay it Forward" campaign, donating meals to first responders for every meal purchased. That kept the chain's shops busy.
|2019 Systemwide Sales ($000,000)||$41|
|YOY Sales Change||34.1%|
|2019 U.S. Units||63|
|YOY Unit Change||65.8%|
|2019 Average Unit Volume ($000)||$890|
|Future 50 Year||2020|