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IN-N-OUT Burger, Privatley Owned Since 1948

Posted on: March 11, 2008

In-N-Out Burger

By Jordan Thompson
It’s hard to believe that in this day and age a company like IN-N-OUT Burger could stay privately held!  A staple as California’s first drive-thru hamburger stand, IN-N-OUT has over 150 locations and has one of the highest customer loyalties in the fast food industry.  The food is great and the service is unmatched is the general consenses I recieve when I ask people what they think of IN-N-OUT Burger.Hamburger and Fries from IN-N-OUT Burger

The First IN-N-OUT Burger was founded in 1948 by Harry and Esther Snyder, the idea of having people order through a two way speaker was a new idea that Harry Snyder thought would catch on!  The philosophy behind IN-N-OUT Burger is to provide really good food at a good price along with a comfortable and clean enviorment.  As simple as that concept French Fries are still hand chooped and Shakes are made with real Ice Cream.  Harry Snyder Died in 1976 with 18 restaurants under his belt, his sons Guy and Rich took over the company and adapted the IN-N-OUT philosophy into what you see today.  By Creating things like IN-N-OUT University which trains managers in the ways of IN-N-OUT’s formula for success, and establishing a commissary at the companies Baldwin Park Headquarters to control the quality of the food they deliver to customers.  IN-N-OUT Burger stands a top the fast food ladder of not selling out and staying true to their roots


1 Response to "IN-N-OUT Burger, Privatley Owned Since 1948"

your food sucks nasty. cant force jesus on me!!!!!!!

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