Is The President Of In-N-Out Burger The Most Interesting Woman Alive?

You could make a strong case for the President of In-N-Out Burger being the most interesting woman alive, and her life story speaks for itself. The chain was founded back in 1948, but this leading lady took over the company in 2006. Lynsi Snyder is the 35-year-old billionaire who is now running In-N-Out Burger…oh, and she’s camera shy.

Camera shy doesn’t seem to fit with her other attributes, as Snyder seems to be quite a daredevil and adventurous in nature. She is a drag racing enthusiast who loves running the family business. She didn’t just come upon the famous chain, but is actually the sole heir to the chain. It was her grandparents that started the chain in the 40s, and she is now driving the ship.

Since taking over after her grandmother’s passing, Snyder has been serious about business. The franchise has since expanded into six states. Because she only allows fresh ingredients to be used, the locations must be near suppliers to maintain the quality of food. Snyder also pays her employees well…managers at the franchise can make up to six figure salaries. Okay, time to quit the day job and manage an In-N-Out Burger.

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