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  • '돈과 햄버거의 맛(Taste of Money & Burger)'!
  • 미국 내 최연소 억만장자는 햄버거 체인 '인앤아웃(In-N-Out)'의 대표 린시 토레스(30, Lynsi Torres)로 밝혀졌다. 

    대학에 간 것도 아니고, 경영 수업을 받지도 않았지만, 결혼은 세번 했다. 카 레이서 토레스는 2004년 11달러 가치의 '인앤아웃'을 


    한편, 아이다호의 햄버거집 키친에서 일하는 한 청년은 즉석 복권 10만 달러에 당첨되어 바로 키친을 떠났다.

    New York Daily News

    Lynsi Torres, enigmatic 30-year-old owner of In-N-Out burger chain, revealed as U.S.'s youngest female billionaire

    Torres, an avid drag racer who has been married three times, inherited the beloved chain from her family. The West Coast-based company has come a long way since it was founded in 1948 and now boasts almost 280 stores in five states.


    Lynsi Torres, the U.S.’s youngest female billionaire, is an avid drag racer. She won the Super Gas class in the National Hot Rod Association's Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series in Chandler, Ariz., in February 2012.


    Lynsi Torres, the U.S.’s youngest female billionaire, does not have a college degree and received little business training before taking the helm of In-N-Out. 

    The youngest female billionaire in the U.S. has made a fortune on fast food.

    But the story of Lynsi Torres, the 30-year-old owner and president of the beloved In-N-Out Burger chain and one of the world's youngest billionaires, largely remains a mystery, Bloomberg reported.

    Torres, who has no college degree and little business training, inherited the West Coast-based company from her grandparents, Harry and Esther Snyder. Torres's family has transformed the couple's initial, tiny drive-thru shop into an estimated $1.1 billion empire.


    Flip this! Idaho burger-flipper wins $100K on scratchoff— calls boss immediately and quits!

    Kyle Messier says he will use winnings to pay for upcoming wedding and college education for both he and new bride.

    Kyle Messier from Post Falls, ID won $100,000 on Ultimate Bankroll! Ticket purchased at Frontier Grocery in Post Falls.


    In today's economy $100K might not be a fortune, but it was more than enough to lead Kyle Messier from Post Falls, ID to quit his job flipping burgers.

    In a move pulled directly from a lottery commercial (not to mention the hearts and minds of many) a burger-flipper who scooped $100,000 on an Idaho lottery scratchcard immediately called his boss and quit.

    Kyle Messier said he was so happy to have won the prize, worth almost six years of his salary, that he just had to leave the fast food restaurant as soon as possible.

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