I would think they would just build a distribution center in midwest when they are ready to expand there. I don't know if KC could handle another chain of metro locations though. It would probably put something else out of biz.AlkaliAxel wrote: ↑Sun Jul 18, 2021 4:32 pmOn the topic of In-N-Out...
I did some research earlier this year on acquiring one. The rules are that all locations must be within 500 miles of one of the three distribution center, so that they can deliver the food without having to freeze it.
They just put a distribution center in Lancaster, TX (south of Dallas) recently. On a radius map, KC is *just* within a 500 mile radius of this location. Theoretically, they could put an In-N-Out here at some point. We'd be the only midwestern city to ever get one though, unless you count Wichita.
Jackson/Cass Suburbs, including South KC
Put it in St Louis and catch Chicago, KC, Indy etc.
Kinda sad how this massive multi billion dollar development that has millions of sq ft of office space and this thread has almost no discussion. The only thing there is to talk about is fast food chains in the KC market and maybe whataburger will come to the area. So messed up.
Wichita has Spanglers. Portillo's coming to Colorado and is in Davenport Iowa. DKM Burger was to come same with Milo's Sandwich Shop. Use to have Backyard Burgers White Castle,Machine Shed. Rallys would be good. Braums will never come. Big Boy needs to expand into other parts of area. Kum and Go are north and south of area. Ramey Price Cutter even if just expand to Cass or Miami County would be fine same Dillions back.