Stacy Perman has a special book now called the inside look at the rise and the beloved RISE of In-N-Out Burger. Through Permanent without further ado, we are brought back to the end of the 40 ‘World War II prosperous America, and a young man named Harry Snyder meets a restaurant manager named Esther Johnson, falls in love, and immediately opens a simple hamburger in Baldwin Park, California in the year 1948. Through hard work, and a strong determination to serve quality food at cheap prices … Harry & Esther’s small business quickly attracted attention, and soon the business attracted a large crowd, and large traffic jams. Harry Snyder calls his business “In-N-Out-Burger” in connection with his business which accommodates a car culture that developed after World War to speed up the ordering process (& to save money on waiter and waitress costs) Snyder invented two-way speaker boxes so customers could provide order while waiting in their car … basically creating the modern driving experience we have today.
Unlike almost all other fast food businesses in the US … Harry and Esther Snyder run their business as a way to make it a way to get rich. Expansion out of necessity … after long lines and traffic jams calling for the need to open another shop to reduce traffic … Harry is a practical person who only opens another Burger In-N-Out if he has money to build a shop, and buy land underneath it. He never borrowed always paid in cash. At the time when Harry Snyder died at -N-Out Burger had about 18 stores in the Southern California area. Although there are many offers to develop further, and the franchise … Harry and Esther Snyder insist on making it a small family-run business. Instead of cutting corners and costs …» Read more