“In-and-Out Burger” Is heading for big D town. Over the years the California chain of In-and-Out- has decided slowly but surely to expand it’s horizons to other states. And expanding I meant tip toeing since only three other states, besides California and soon to be Texas, have In-and-Out Burgers; Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. The scarcity of this burger place around America sharply raises it’s demand for these burgers. And when I say sharply, I am probably under exaggerating. The In-and-Out Burger franchise is flying out their top “burger makers,” as they are calling them, to Texas to make sure that the burgers are made correctly. Not only will this increase in jobs around the Dallas area, but also intensify the battle of the burgers. Competition of other burger joints like Whataburger, Mcdonalds, and any other fast food place that sells burgers, will increase dramatically. But, one question does remain. Will this trend of opening and establishing of In-and-Out Burgers happen all over the country? If so, will the demand of burgers from In-and-Out drop to a point that the uniqueness of these burgers are lost?