Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill® salutes the veterans of the United States Armed Forces for their service and the sacrifices they have made while protecting the country. In giving thanks, Samurai Sam’s parent company, Kahala Franchising LLC, offers veterans a financial incentive of 20 percent off the franchise fee to purchase a franchise.

About Samurai Sam’s

Since its beginnings in Scottsdale, AZ in 1994, Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill has been a healthier alternative to typical fast food restaurants. They feature great-tasting meals that are created on a teriyaki grill and loaded with healthy vegetables and proteins, including steak, chicken or shrimp. Today, the franchise has spread across the western United States and is meeting the need for Japanese-influenced fast food options. Samurai Sam’s is a brand of Kahala BrandsTM, who also owns such notable brands as Cold Store Creamery®, Blimpie® and Frullati CaféTM.

Financing Assistance Available for Veterans

Along with the financial incentive offered to veterans, you may be able to work with one of Samurai Sam’s third-party sources to finance your franchise fee, startup costs and restaurant equipment purchases.

As a veteran, you know the importance of being prepared with the right training and having support to back you up. When you choose to own a Samurai Sam’s franchise location, you receive comprehensive training and support before you open your doors. We do everything in our power to help you grow. Learn more about joining the Samurai Sam’s family of franchises.


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