If you are planning a long-term career in a fast food chain in general and in In-N-Out in particular, prepare yourself and your notebooks. You will be needing them when you enroll in their university.
In-N-Out invest a lot in their future restaurant managers, and they have founded the chain’s school, where trainee managers receive education on customer service, kitchen hygiene, and quality foods. Get ready to send in your application — not everyone is accepted.
Sbarro's Original Cheese Cake
Sbarro is not only for pizza. It is also the home of the chain's famous delicious cheesecake. One of the main reasons it remained so delicious for so many years is because the founder, Carmela Sbarro, used to make the cakes on her own without using any factory facilities.
It was only when Carmela's feet could not carry her any longer and when the number of cakes exceeded 1000 pieces a week that she realized that she needed help. That's when she turned to a supplier and accepted that the cakes won't be handmade anymore.
Krispy Kreme Is Almost 100 Years Old
In the hot summer days of 1973, Vernon Rudolph brought to life one of America's fast food icons, Krispy Kreme. It first began as a donut supplier for local grocery stores, however, very soon, that was about to change.
The demand was overwhelming, and before Rudolph realized what was happening, the first Krispy Kreme that sold its goods directly to customers was born. The donuts were sold on a sidewall through a window. How sweet.
The Meaty Cheesy Boys
Before NSYNC was NSYNC and before America's Got Talent adorned our screens, one of the nation's favorite fast food chains, Jack in the Box, was involved in music too. And that involvement was called The Meaty Cheesy Boys.
Jack in the Box formed the band for commercial reasons initially, however, they succeed much more than expected. They were so cool at the time that they were invited to perform with "Ultimate Cheeseburger" at the 1999 Billboard Music Awards.
Dairy Queen With No Doubt
So many things started at Dairy Queen, not just the Hot Fudge Sunday. As it turns out, one of America's best rock bands started its days at one of Dairy Queen's joints. Gwen Stefani and her brother used to work at the Queen, however, they never saw their ice cream days as a lifelong career.
It was there that the two discussed forming No Doubt together with John Spence, one of the band's founders.