In-N-Out Burger

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In-N-Out Burgers, Inc.
TypePrivate
When it was createdBaldwin Park, California, (October 22, 1948)
HeadquartersIrvine, California
Number of locations300
Area servedCalifornia
Arizona
Nevada
Utah
Texas
Key peopleLynsi Torres (President)
Mark Taylor (COO)
Roger Kotch (CFO)
Money earnedEstimated US$800 million (2012)
Websitein-n-out.com

In-N-Out Burgers, Inc. is a regional chain of fast food restaurants. The privately held company has 300 locations.[1] These are mostly in the Southwestern United States. In-N-Out encourages customers to customize their orders.[2] They refuse to use Microwave ovens or freezers.[2] Also, In-N-Out pays its employees above the minimum wage.[3] Employees start at a wage of $10.50 an hour.[3]

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The company was founded by Harry and Esther Snyder in 1948.[2] Their only heir is their granddaughter, Lynsi Martinez Torres. She will gain full ownership over a period of 12 years ending in 2021.[2] In 2012 In-N-Out was worth about $800 million USD.[4]

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  1. "Drag-racing heiress keeps In-N-Out on course". In-N-Out corporate website. 2013-12-14.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "In-N-Out Burgers Inc". PrivCo. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
  3. 3.0 3.1 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.
  4. Caleb Melby (6 March 2013). "Why In-N-Out Heiress Lynsi Torres Isn't A Billionaire Yet". Forbes.com. Retrieved 12 March 2015.

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