A well-known California-based burger joint has mentioned a possible expansion to New Mexico in a recent article.
Forbes published an October 10 interview with In-N-Out President Lynsi Snyder who discussed future possibilities for the iconic company.
The article mentions the restaurant’s expansion to Colorado last November stating once completed, a new regional headquarters and facility specializing in patty-making could be next by 2020.
With a new supply center nearby, that would allow the company to possibly expand to New Mexico as it would follow the strict In-N-Out guideline that all restaurants must be within a day’s drive from company warehouses.
Still, Snyder tells Forbes, “I don’t see us stretched across the whole U.S.”