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In-N-Out Burger expands east of Texas, 1st stop in Tennessee.

FRANKLIN, TN (AP) — In-N-Out Burger announced Tuesday that it plans to open a corporate office in Tennessee and restaurants in and around Nashville by 2026, marking the company’s first expansion east of Texas.

Gov. Bill Lee, along with In-N-Out Burger owner and President Lynsey Snyder, along with other government and company officials, announced plans to build an office in Franklin, a suburb south of metro Nashville.

Construction on the 100,000-square-foot (9,300-square-meter) office building is expected to begin by the end of 2024 and be completed by 2026. The East Territory office will support business functions ranging from operations management to information technology.

Founded in 1948 by Harry and Esther Snyder as California’s first hamburger joint, In-N-Out is still owned and operated by the Snyder family. Its corporate offices are in Irvine and Baldwin Park, California and currently has 385 offices in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, Oregon and Colorado.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (center) poses with In-N-Out Burger owner and President Lynsey Snyder (right) in Franklin, Tennessee, Tuesday, January 10, 2023. In-N-Out Burger announced Tuesday that it plans to open a corporate office in Tennessee and restaurants in and around Nashville by 2026, marking the company’s first expansion east of Texas.Jonathan Mattis/AP

Lynsey Snyder, granddaughter of Harry and Esther Snyder, hinted that Tennessee’s expansion would lead to restaurants opening in other states.

“Knowing that we would be shipping from our warehouse in Texas, we mentioned that we didn’t name anyone — there is a path that could cross several other states,” Snyder said. “So don’t worry, there are others that will be included in this plan over time.”

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