In-N-Out is setting the stage for a Colorado expansion.
In-N-Out Burger is opening a distribution center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The news was announced on Twitter by Denver City Council President Albus Brooks.
It’s the first land acquisition in Colorado by the company, and it sets the stage for opening future restaurants.
In-N-Out is about to invade Colorado.
The vaunted California-based burger chain is set to open a distribution center for operations in Colorado. The facility will be located in Colorado Springs, at Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway in the new Victory Ridge redevelopment.
The location will also have both office space and a burger patty-making facility, setting the stage for new In-N-Out restaurants in the state. Colorado would be the seventh state to have In-N-Out restaurants, ΑΠΟΦΡΑΚΤΙΚΗ ΕΤΑΙΡΕΙΑ ΦΙΛΟΘΕΗ in addition to California, Texas, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Oregon.
The news was first announced in a tweet
from Denver City Council President Albus Brooks. Colorado Springs is about 45 minutes from Denver.
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