When I saw this van:
I thought, “who would drive a van with a huge gun dealer ad on the side of it.” My question was answered when I looked at the driver’s door:
Squeak, of course. But he doesn’t drive alone. Guess who’s riding . . . wait for it . . . “shotgun”:
Those of you who know Luke Watson probably know that he’s a HUGE fan of Chipotle. HUGE. Could Luke live in a city without easy access to his favorite burritos?
Roseville, Minnesota’s Jeff Sauer shares Luke’s love of burritos and has been tracking Chipolte’s lack of a Roseville location forÂ almost two yearsÂ now. This is clearly an issue he takes personally based on the 2000+ word open letter to Chipotle on his blog:
It has been almost two years since I have last written you. During that time, a lot has changed in my life. I have matured, had minor success in my career, and I have upped my Chipotle intake to 3-4 times a week.
One thing that has not changed in my life is an ongoing travesty that has been overlooked for far too long. I am talking about an injustice for the ages; a lone tarnished mark on an otherwise flawless canopy of a â€œburrito heaven of a metro areaâ€. I am speaking of the disappointing lack of a Chipotle in the Roseville, Minnesota area. Zip Code 55113.
Luckily for Sauer, Roseville is surrounded by cities with Chipotle’s so he still has relatively easy access to deal with his burrito fix.
Do any restaurants influence your home buying decisions?
Thanks to Tim Nelson at e-democracy for pointing this out.