Fake “In-N-Out Burger Hagerstown” Facebook Page Shared Over 700 Times in Less Than 24 Hours

A Facebook page for “In-N-Out Burger Hagerstown”, that was created on Wednesday, September 14th, has been shared over 700 times in the 20 hours since the page was made. The page is not an official In-N-Out Burger page, and a new restaurant is not coming to Hagerstown.

In-N-Out Burger is an American regional chain of fast food restaurants with locations primarily in California and the Southwest. The chain’s location closest to us is in the Forth Worth, Texas area. So why aren’t there any In-N-Out restaurants on the east coast? According to Reader’s Digest, “The company refuses to sell frozen patties to ensure that customers are only eating the highest-quality meat, according to the official website. That’s why all In-N-Out restaurant locations are within 300 miles of In-N-Out’s patty-making facilities. These facility locations are only in California and Texas, hence the lack of any East Coast locations. This commitment to fresh food applies to other key ingredients, too—the fries are hand-cut, the lettuce is hand-leafed, and the buns are freshly baked. Not to mention, the chain locations don’t have any freezers or microwaves.

While most are aware that the Facebook page isn’t legitimate, some comments on the viral post seen below, include:

“Of all the Cities in Maryland 🙄”

“YAY! Where in Hagerstown???”

“I’m boutta be up in that”


Screen capture of post from fake Facebook page shared over 700 times

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