A Very Special In-N-Out Trip | KCET
A Very Special In-N-Out Trip
This Sunday, two of California's finest will team up for one fantastic hour — Huell Howser receives exclusive behind-the-scenes access to all things In-N-Out Burger. This one-hour special of California’s Gold (set to air on KCET Sunday, January 31 at 7 PM) marks the first time In-N-Out Burger has ever allowed cameras in their stores or at the headquarters in Baldwin Park.
Founded in Baldwin Park in 1948 by Harry and Esther Snyder, In-N-Out Burger has remained a family-owned business and now operates throughout four states (California, Utah, Arizona, and Nevada). Huell Howser visits the company’s headquarters for a personal tour of the company store and the sign shop where they create every piece of In-N-Out Burger signage for all 240 locations! Also in this episode, Huell gets an exclusive invitation to attend In-N-Out “University” and meets the company’s owner, Lynsi Martinez, who teaches courses on In-N-Out Burger culture and history to managers in training. If you are a fan of In-N-Out, and an even bigger fan of Huell, this is an episode not-to-be-missed.
Want to brush up on your In-N-Out knowledge before Huell's big day? KCET is here to help you straighten out your Animal Styles from you 4x4s:
Related: You think the 4x4 is impressive? Try a 100x100 (Yep. That's right. 100 patties and 100 slices of cheese stacked between two buns.):
Related: In-N-Out means more than just burgers, it means jobs. Hundreds of applicants line up for a chance to work at an In-N-Out opening in West Sacramento:
Related: Albuquerque's local news tackles the stories that really matter — like when will an In-N-Out open in their city? The answer will sadden a great many from the state of New Mexico:
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