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    For reflection number one I choose In-N-out Burger. The Main goals of In-N-Out Burger are, supporting their own foundation. Called In-N- Out child abuse which works to end child abuse and help victims of child abuse. In-N-Out started this charity in Mach of 1995. In case you are not familiar with in and out burger, it is a restaurants that has been around since 1948 and only has select locations around the United States. As stated on the IN-N-Out website, the mission statement is,” To take a look at the advancement opportunities known, of the In-N-Out family and their dedication to cooperating towards the same purpose, mission, and goals”. In-N-Out burger respects the rights of others and lets employees follow their own beliefs with religion…

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    Esther first opened In-N-Out Burger they not only had a plan but they had a strategy to launch the nation’s first drive through fast-food restaurant. At that time, their strategy was to give great customer service all while delivering the highest quality of food at a consistent rate at the highest standard. The family-orientated organization has continued this process, despite attempts to alter the beliefs in which was founded on in 1948. Even though In-N-Out Burger has witnessed stability and…

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    The Best Tasting Burger in America Waiting in line is definitely worth the wait. The Habit Burger Grill is a fast food chain restaurant focused on serving the best hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, french fries, and milkshakes in the States. The PR Newswire reports, “The Habit whose motto is "Respect the Burger," was founded in 1969 in Santa Barbara” (PR Newswire, 2014) and is headquartered in Irvine, California. The expansion of the chain includes 109 locations. The Habit is a great place for…

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    Within stepping into an In N Out Burger restaurant, a person is greeted with its white tiled walls, complemented by brightly colored but simple decor. From the cluster of red tables, chairs, and booths, to the classic neon yellow logo that reads, “Quality You Can Taste”, each customer is invited to grab a seat and have a meal. Very much related to the store’s name, its goals and work ethics of an honest American style restaurant that is open to serve every ordinary customer are reflected in the…

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    In a current menu from the fast food restaurant, Raising Cane’s, it lists everything that they have to offer since then opened on August 26, 1996. Since opening in Louisiana, Raising Cane’s has become a chain restaurant. They have 14 total locations in Ohio and is constantly increasing. The menu, in most cases, is one of the first things that the customer sees and therefore, should grab the attention of the customers. In the Journal of Foodservice Business research, it states “Indeed, the menu…

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    food burger restaurants are most Americans go-to option for a quick, cheap dinner for the whole family. Their standards of quality and speed keeps customers returning for more. Although, not all fast food chains are not operated the same, Burger King and In-n-Out are perfect examples of this. They might share the motive of selling burgers, but do not share the same qualities as a company. They both may offer the same type of product and service, but their distinct differences in food quality,…

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    In-N-Out Culture

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    the most popular burger chains in the United States, In-N-Out has always followed its customer first standard and maintained stable development since it opened its first hamburger stand in 1948. Different from other fast food chains, In-N-Out does not expand its business rapidly. Nevertheless, stores of In-N-Out are always filled with people who wait patiently in line. One of the factors that lead to the incredible success of In-N-Out is its culture. According to its official website, the…

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    This branch is located in Studio City (right by Universal Studios of West Hollywood), and is extremely affordable. In-N-Out bakes their own buns using old-fashioned, slow rising sponge dough (www.in-n-out.com). In-N-Out does everything the old fashioned and fresh way, to make their food better for you. In-N-Out has a “secret” menu that you can access on their website with foods like grilled cheese, The Protein Style (a burger wrapped in lettuce instead if a bun), 3x3 (a burger with 3 100% pure…

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    businesses, organizations, as well as schools. Now, many people are not fond of bureaucracies because of all the negative aspects however, they are efficient and they get the job done quickly. Some specific examples of bureaucracies would be Google, Apple, Walmart, and In-N-Out. In-N-Out is not only a food chain restaurant but also a foundation to help children who have been abused. On their website you also have the option to apply for a restaurant employment job or a corporate employment job. …

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    In-N-Out, equals great life. What is better than a double, double after a hard day? What meal is as delicious without any financial burdens? The answer is nothing, and nothing can compare to the splendid, meat patty ecstasy called In-N-Out! The beautifully crafted balance of meat, cheese, onions, and sauce creates a scrumptious meal for the “every man.” Despite the glorious flavors in every bite, In-N-Out’s simple menu, friendly atmosphere, and “blast from the past” prices creates a sort…

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