In-N-Out is celebrating its 70th anniversary and City of San Diego will be honoring the company with its own day on Tuesday, according to KGTV.
Throughout San Diego, there are 19 locations of the popular chain.
The company is also one of the last fast food joints to pay their employees above minimum wage.
While the restaurant is popular, San Diego is honoring the company for its charities.
In-N-Out has built two charities over the years.
In 1984, the In-N-Out Burger Foundation started to help children who were sexually assaulted.
Then in 2016, Slave 2 Nothing Foundation supports human trafficking or substance abuse victims.
In-N-Out’s commitment to the foundations has not gone unnoticed in the City of San Diego.
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