Reclusive In-N-Out heiress appears at grand opening of new location

Reclusive Heiress Appears at In-N-Out Grand Opening
Reclusive Heiress Appears at In-N-Out Grand Opening


Lynsi Snyder, the 32-year-old reclusive billionaire owner of In-N-Out Burger, appeared at the grand opening of a new Anaheim location to honor of her late grandmother and co-founder Esther Snyder's birthday Wednesday, KTLA reports.

Lynsi Snyder cut the ribbon herself, officially opening the 300th In-N-Out Burger restaurant, which is located on State College Boulevard and Ball Road.

Esther and Harry Snyder founded the company back in 1948 and ran it until their deaths.

Since taking control of the $1.1 billion company in 2006, the youngest female billionaire in America has remained reclusive and somewhat of a mystery.

"I just try to really keep the balance you know, being a mom and work and just keeping my priorities straight," Snyder said.

Lynsi (left) and co-founder Esther Snyder are seen together in a photo provided in a news release.

She admitted it was difficult to keep a family feel at 300 locations, but that hasn't seemed to hurt the franchise's popularity.

Prior to Wednesday's grand opening, several people were camped out in front of the restaurant hoping to get one of the first burgers to be served at the new location.

When asked if she would ever consider adding chicken to the menu made famous for burgers and fries, Snyder just laughed and said "no, I don't think so ... sorry."

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