Teriyaki Madness has named Michael Haith chief executive, the company said last week. Haith succeeds co-founder Rod Arreola, who will stay on to oversee development of the 15-unit Denver-based fast-casual Asian concept. Haith most recently served as an adviser to Teriyaki Madness’ executive team through his Franchise Sherpas, an investor and consultant in the brand for the past several years. Haith was instrumental in building the Maui Wowi Fresh Hawaiian Blends coffee and ...

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