In-N-Out Burger, the popular California fast-food chain, is expanding its footprint throughout the western United States, and the company has chosen Colorado as a regional hub.
Although no acquisitions have been finalized yet, Westside Investment Partners, a suburban Denver developer, has said that the Victory Ridge area in Colorado Springs has been chosen for the chain’s first Colorado restaurant.
But that’s not all. In-N-Out wants to build more facilities in Victory Ridge, including a distribution center and offices. It’s just the beginning of a distribution chain that could stretch into Wyoming and New Mexico.
– Sam Bojarski, The 100 Companies