BBB just got a new moniker.
Beautiful Boxing Billionaire.
At first glance, to research the reclusive beautiful young blonde mother named Lynsi Torres, many adjectives spring forth.
Wonderful mom, astute business woman, person of faith, lady of character and family oriented matron first come to mind.
All of those superlatives and more apply.
Ms. Torres after all, as owner of In-N-Out Burgers, is the youngest female billionaire on the planet.
But former amateur boxer?
I would eat ten In-N-Out burgers, onions and ketchup please, French Fries, along with two strawberry shakes in one setting to watch footage of that.
Yes, to go.
Her company truly does make fantastic hamburgers. Those of us who have eaten there, especially after high school football games, love the taste long after the burgers have been heartily consumed.
I’m certain that you know what I mean.
There is much to love about the female friendly, family supportive and customer service oriented In-N-Out.
Let’s drive thru In N Out and see what this delicious, unique hamburger company is up to.
They are committed to helping at risk children.
At in-n-out.com they educate, “Since 1984, In-N-Out Burger has been helping abused and neglected children. It is our way of giving something back to the communities where we live and do business. More importantly, it is a way of giving victims of abuse something they might not have…hope!
The In-N-Out Burger Foundation (the “Foundation”) was established in March 1995 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The Child Abuse Foundation’s purpose is to assist children who have been victims of child abuse, and to prevent others from suffering a similar fate. The Child Abuse Foundation supports organizations that provide residential treatment, emergency shelter, foster care, and early intervention for children in need.[adToAppearHere]
The Child Abuse Foundation is supported primarily through donor contributions and internal fundraising activities sponsored by In-N-Out Burger. In addition, In-N-Out Burger pays all costs associated with the Child Abuse Foundation, so that every penny raised goes directly to help abused and neglected children!”
They are becoming increasingly health oriented and environmentally friendly. Let’s read what mercurynews.com reveals. “California’s cult favorite burger maker, In-N-Out, may draw new fans with the news that the chain plans to begin serving meat raised without antibiotics.
The announcement came Wednesday after public interest groups asked the company to help protect the health of consumers by switching to beef raised with antibiotics.
Activists had stepped up those efforts in recent weeks.
Keith Brazeau, vice president for quality at In-N-Out, told Reuters, “Our company is committed to beef that is not raised with antibiotics important to human medicine, and we’ve asked our suppliers to accelerate their progress towards establishing antibiotic alternatives.”[adToAppearHere]
This trend was echoed at foe.org, “In a surprising departure from past policies, In-N-Out Burger publicly indicated last week that it is committed to serving “beef that is not raised with antibiotics important to human medicine.” The fast food chain made the statement in response to a Reuters reporter’s question regarding a letter by more than 50 public interest groups pressing the company to stop serving beef raised with routine antibiotics. Groups leading this campaign include CALPIRG Education Fund, Friends of the Earth, Center for Food Safety, Consumers Union, author and activist Vani Hari, and the Antibiotics Resistance Action Center.
“We’re thrilled that In-N-Out is responding so quickly to consumer demand,” said Jason Pfeifle, public health advocate with CALPIRG Education Fund. “If In-N-Out follows through on these commitments, we are optimistic that other fast food restaurants will follow.”
It’s good to know that the tasty burgers that we’ve enjoyed from In-N-Out for so long is getting healthier.
Tasty and healthy is always a great combination.
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.