San Diego to honor In-N-Out Burger with 70th anniversary proclamation
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The City of San Diego honored In-N-Out Burger on Tuesday by proclaiming Oct. 16 as In-N-Out Burger 70th Anniversary Day.
Harry and Esther Snyder founded In-N-Out Burger in Baldwin Park, California, in 1948. To date, In-N-Out has 19 restaurants in San Diego and has been commended for its business practices and philanthropy since the Snyders started the company. Esther Snyder and her son, Rich Snyder, founded the In-N- Out Foundation in 1984 to support juvenile victims of child abuse and the company founded the Slave 2 Nothing Foundation in 2016 to support victims of human trafficking and substance abuse.
"In-N-Out Burger's charitable giving speaks volumes to their company's core values. I'm honored to recognize In-N-Out Burger for their commitment to enhancing the lives of San Diegans," said San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate.
Cate joined a group of local and regional In-N-Out managers and officials including Slave 2 Nothing Foundation Executive Director Vince Beresford to deliver the proclamation honoring the company.