In-N-Out Burger Owners Showcase Cars Jan. 15 at OC Fair & Event Center – Orange County Register

In-N-Out Burgers aficionados may have the chance to take a cruise in Costa Mesa with the company’s owner, Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson.

She and husband Sean Ellingson are co-founders of a charity called the Slave 2 Nothing Foundation, which will host a car show on Saturday, January 15, at the OC Fair & Event Center .

According to Snyder-Ellingson, the Cruisin ‘2 Freedom event included an auction, a raffle and a 22-mile journey filled with memorable moments.

“We’re going to pass a couple of Ways in and during sunset we’re going on the Pacific Coast Highway,” she said in a phone interview. “We haven’t landed yet to know for sure which car we’ll be in, but we’ll be flying out of there.”

According to a news release, the cars on display will include hot rods, race cars, roadsters and newer exterior varieties, along with “cars from the Snyder garage”.

“We have cars that we’ve featured on our t-shirts are from my dad’s garage, some personal cars that we’re bringing out.”

Snyder-Ellingson is the niece of Harry Snyder and Esther Snyder, who founded In-N-Out in Baldwin Park in 1948. Her father is Harry Snyder. Her father, Guy Snyder company leader with his mother in the 1990s.

Admission to the Cruise ‘ 2 Freedom includes an In-N-Out meal, but other food trucks will be on hand to buy food. These include Rad Coffee, Churro Boss, Keith’s Kettle Corn and Tacos Los Morales.

All proceeds from the auto show will go to funds that work against substance abuse and human trafficking through grants to nonprofits in the seven states where In-N-Out is located. there is a restaurant.

The car show is a sequel to a fundraiser concert in October at the House of Blues Anaheim. That event featured a band of Ellingsons and In-N-Out employees.

The fall event focuses on raising funds to fight substance abuse. The car show will focus on human trafficking. According to Sean Ellingson, speaking in the same interview, very few people realize it’s a problem in the United States.

“No one wants to talk about it. No one wants to believe it’s happening in their backyard. So we really want to bring that awareness back, use this platform to fight it, and hopefully stop everything that’s going on.”

In addition to the auto show, In-N-Out restaurants are placing donation cans on their counters, and people can also donate on Slave 2 Nothing . website. In-N-Out will match donations from three to one up to a maximum of $250,000.

Cruise ‘2 Freedom Car Show

When: 3-7 p.m. Saturday, January 15

Where: 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa

Admission: $40, $15 for kids 12 and under.

COVID-19 claim: The event will take place in accordance with Orange County regulations. Organizers are asking people with signs or symptoms of COVID-19 to stay home. Requested location wearing masks inside its buildings, but the car show is an outdoor event.

Information:; In-N-Out Burger Owners Showcase Cars Jan. 15 at OC Fair & Event Center – Orange County Register

Huynh Nguyen

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