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Colorado's First In-N-Out Locations Drew 14-Hour Lines

Plenty of fast-food brands say their grub is "craveable.".But if you really want to know how devoted their following is, look at demand when a new location opens.In-N-Out opened its first two restaurants in Colorado, and at one point, wait times were up to 14 hours long.Despite the extreme lines, Aurora PD said they were prepared for the event, devising a traffic plan in advance.Lines at the Colorado Springs location weren't quite as bad, with wait times around four hours.But if you want dedication, Former California resident Ken Vizzini spent 60 hours in his truck to be the first customer.Now that is a craving

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