In-N-Out’s owner to play House of Blues as part of company band

Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson is the head of In-N-Out Burger, one of Forbes’ 400 richest people, and the bass player in a rock band.

She, along with some of her colleagues, will be performing at House of Blues Anaheim on Friday, Oct. 15 as part of an event called Rock 2 Freedom, which will raise funds to combat drug addiction. Snyder-Ellingson, who is also into drag racing, is also planning a car cruise in January for another of her causes, combatting human trafficking.

Both events will benefit the Slave 2 Nothing Foundation, set up by Snyder-Ellingson and her husband Sean Ellingson, in 2016. The foundation raises money and directs it to organizations

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