|When it was created||Baldwin Park, California, (October 22, 1948)|
|Number of locations||300|
|Key people||Lynsi Torres (President)|
Mark Taylor (COO)
Roger Kotch (CFO)
|Money earned||Estimated US$800 million (2012)|
In-N-Out Burgers, Inc. is a regional chain of fast food restaurants. The privately held company has 300 locations. These are mostly in the Southwestern United States. In-N-Out encourages customers to customize their orders. They refuse to use Microwave ovens or freezers. Also, In-N-Out pays its employees above the minimum wage. Employees start at a wage of $10.50 an hour.
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The company was founded by Harry and Esther Snyder in 1948. Their only heir is their granddaughter, Lynsi Martinez Torres. She will gain full ownership over a period of 12 years ending in 2021. In 2012 In-N-Out was worth about $800 million USD.
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to In-N-Out Burger.|
- "Drag-racing heiress keeps In-N-Out on course". In-N-Out corporate website. 2013-12-14.
- "In-N-Out Burgers Inc". PrivCo. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
- Eric Justian (19 February 2014). "If In-N-Out Can Pay (a Lot) More Than Minimum Wage, Why Can't McDonald's?". TriplePundit. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
- Caleb Melby (6 March 2013). "Why In-N-Out Heiress Lynsi Torres Isn't A Billionaire Yet". Forbes.com. Retrieved 12 March 2015.