Have a flight! In-N-Out President Lynsi Snyder announces that the fast food company will celebrate its 75th anniversary with a giant shindig at Pomona Raceway – complete with drag races, music and food trucks
- The fast-food chain announced on Tuesday that it would be hosting a 75th anniversary party next fall, on Oct. 22
- The party takes place at the Pomona Dragstrip in Southern California
- President Lynsi Snyder said the event will include drag racing, live music and food
- Snyder also announced that the racetrack would be renamed the In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip
California fast food chain In-N-Out Burger has announced that it will celebrate its 75th anniversary next fall with a huge blow-out party.
The party – a 75th anniversary festival – will take place on October 22, 2023 at the Pomona Dragstrip in Southern California.
President Lynsi Snyder announced the event Tuesday in a video on the In-N-Out website.
The party will include drag racing, musical performances, drinks, and an In-N-Out Burger Food Truck that will deliver menu staples.
Snyder also announced that the racetrack will be called In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip for the foreseeable future.
The fast-food chain announced on Tuesday that it would be hosting a 75th anniversary party next fall, on Oct. 22
In a video on the In-N-Out website, Snyder said the burger joint will be throwing a “shindig” next year for its quarter-century anniversary.
“We’re having a big hoopla at Pomona Raceway,” she said. “We will have drag racing. We’re going to have a car show. We will give concerts. We’ll eat something, have fun. You won’t want to miss it.
She also explained that she decided to hold the event in Pomona because her grandfather – In-N-Out founder Harry Snyder – took her there when she was a girl to watch drag racing.
“Pomona race track is very nostalgic to me because I used to come here as a little girl to watch my dad race,” Snyder explained. “It’s one of those things that fits right into the In-N-Out culture.”
The party will be held at the Pomona Dragstrip in Southern California and will include drag racing, musical performances, drinks and an In-N-Out Burger Food Truck delivering basic groceries
The burger chain has long been associated with drag racing.
In 1965, Snyder invested in the Irwingdale Drag Strip, according to the company’s website.
By 1971, In-N-Out had its own sponsored drag racing car, at In-N-Out burgers were served at the circuit’s concession stands.
The restaurant chain was founded in 1978 and has since grown to over 300 locations, according to Mashed.