More than 300 people gathered at the Orange County Fair & Events Center in Costa Mesa on Saturday to eat In-N-Out burgers and learn about the dangers of human trafficking.
The event was put together by In-N-Out owner and president Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson and her husband Sean Ellington to benefit their cause, the Slave 2 Nothing Foundation.
Tickets started at $500 for the casual dinner, which was held in the Hangar and its patio, where there were several food trucks from In-N-Out and other vendors.
A silent auction included several items donated by In-N-Out, including a tour of the chain’s new, soon-to-open warehouse in Chino.
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