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The people have spoken and the burger gods have answered!

In-N-Out Burger restaurants announced Thursday morning that the restaurant chain plans to build a patty distribution facility in Colorado Springs with plans to build more restaurants in Colorado.

In addition to the distribution facility, there are plans in the works for an eventual restaurant at the primary corner of the Victory Ridge development at Interquest and Voyager parkways in Colorado Springs. According to Westside Property Investment, the company contracted to sell the land to In-N-Out Burger, a plot of just over an acre will be sold to house the future restaurant. 

"They picked Colorado springs, verses Denver because of the regional proximity to other markets, and because they felt it was an up and coming location," commented Andy Klein of Westside Property Investment. 

Of course, folks all around Colorado Springs are excited to see a new business coming to town and expect it will do incredibly well. 

"I think it's going to explode here, I think there will be hundreds of locations," commented Prentice Ferachi, a Colorado Springs resident. 

"Because there are so many people who love In-N-Out Burger and because they like burgers," said Grace Shanks, another Colorado Springs resident. 

There has been no announced schedule for when the first store or distribution facility will be finished.

Colorado will be the 7th state to host an In-N-Out Burger during the company's nearly 70 years the of flipping patties and serving up fries. 


In-N-Out Burger restaurants announced Thursday morning that the restaurant chain plans to build a patty distribution facility in Colorado Springs with plans to build more restaurants in Colorado.

In addition to the distribution facility, there are plans in the works for an eventual restaurant at the primary corner of the Victory Ridge development at Interquest and Voyager parkways in Colorado Springs. A timeline for an opening day of the restaurant and distribution facility has not been announced.

The plan is still in the early stages for the patty production facility on a 22.4 acre parcel of land in Colorado Springs. 

The company released a statement Thursday afternoon, which complimented Colorado Springs as an "ideal" place for the chain to expand.

"Colorado Springs is an ideal community for us to locate facilities to serve surrounding markets with fresh ingredients, including meat patties produced locally," In-N-Out's Vice President of Development Carl Arena said in a statement.

The chain's full statement is listed below:


"In-N-Out Burger is excited to be in the early planning stages of its expansion to the state of Colorado. We are working on plans to build a patty production facility and distribution center in Colorado Springs to support future restaurants in Colorado. 

Colorado Springs is an ideal community for us to locate facilities to serve surrounding markets with fresh ingredients, including meat patties produced locally.

At In-N-Out, we have always been thoughtful about expansion into new markets because it is very important that we are able to maintain the high quality and service standards established by our founders almost 70 years ago. We are extremely fortunate to have a number of loyal customers in Colorado and they have been encouraging us to open locations there for some time.

Because we are still in the early development phase, we don’t yet have a timeline for the construction of either our support facilities or future restaurants. However, the steps we are taking now represent the first of many on the road to serving customers in Colorado."

Carl Arena - Vice President of Development

In-N-Out Burger

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