"In-N-Out Burger" is the story of where the fast food industry began but not where it ended up. This is the story of a unique and profitable business that not only defies all expectations but also exceeds them. It is a lesson in the sly counterintuitive approach to doing business that places quality, the customer and employees first. The chain has launched a subculture of die hard fanatics that cross all sociological boundaries. This is a keenly observed narrative that explores the evolution of a California fad that transformed into an enduring cult of popularity; it is also the story of the unpretentious and ultimately tragic Snyder family that cooked a billion burgers and hooked zillions of fans. Finally, as the story of In-N-Out unfolds so too does the cultural history of America as influenced and shaped by car culture and fast food.
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Stacy Perman's illuminating new book, In-N-Out Burger, is an absorbing case study of how a family business came to be at the center of its own cheerful cult.... [This] should be required reading for family business owners, alongside Rich Cohen's Sweet and Low and Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks." --Fortune Small BusinessFrom the Back Cover:
The untold story of the renegade burger chain that evokes a passionate following unlike any other
In fast-food corporate America, In-N-Out Burger stands apart. Begun in a tiny shack in the shadow of World War II, this family-owned chain has steadfastly refused to franchise or be sold. Over time, In-N-Out Burger has become nothing less than a cultural institution that can lay claim to an insanely loyal following.
Stacy Perman's In-N-Out Burger is the inside story behind a real American success story—not only a tale of a unique and profitable business but also of a family's struggle to maintain a sustainable pop empire against the industry it helped pioneer. A keenly observed narrative that explores the transformation of a California fad into an enduring cult of popularity, it is also the story of the conflicted, secretive, and ultimately tragic Snyder family, who cooked a billion burgers and hooked a zillion fans.
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