Wyoming's Food Scene Heats Up: Popular Restaurant Chain to Expand Across the State

Ash Jurberg

Excitement Builds as Chain Reveals Wyoming Expansion Plans

Great news for fast food fans in Wyoming with the announcement that the popular chain Jack in the Box is finally expanding into the state.

Jack in the Box is one of the nation's largest hamburger chains, with over 2,200 restaurants across 22 states, and has announced plans to finally open in Wyoming.

The chain is known for its low-priced items and wide range of items. In addition to burgers and fried chicken, it offers items such as stuffed jalapenos deep fried and filled with cheese, jumbo egg rolls stuffed with pork and veggies, chicken fajita pitas, and mini cinnamon rolls.

"The response in new markets... has continued to exceed our expectations. We have developed a strong playbook for how to best open and sustain new market entry, and franchisees interested in partnering with our iconic brands have recognized the potential for whitespace growth and backfilling our current markets. We've been on an incredible roll since our development program started in 2021, and our 2023 results demonstrated that our momentum has continued." Tim Linderman, chief development officer.

No exact locations in Wyoming have been announced yet, but I will update readers once this information is provided.

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Have you eaten at a Jack in the Box before? Are you glad they are coming to Wyoming? Where do you think they should open first? What is your favorite fast-food chain?

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