clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:


Teriyaki%20Madness.jpgLas Vegas-based Teriyaki Madness wants to grow. "The (independents) all have different looks and feels, and sometimes the décor isn't great," says Rod Arreola, one of the owner of the company. "We're trying to get to brand that's consistent, like McDonalds, but, at the same time, create bold flavors." The company plans to expand its base of seven Nevada locations to 25 franchised stores in Utah, Colorado, Arizona and California over the next three years. [Seattle Weekly]