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Root Beer Stands (page 2)

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Gene's Root Beer Stand
Anderson, IN
Gene's Root Beer Stand has always been Gene's and opened in 1966. For more, see this website. [map]

The KN Root Beer drive-in chain originated in 1948 in Longview, TX. The name was based on the first two letters of the last name of the owner, Leslie Knutson. By 1975, there were 30 locations in Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee.

KN Root Beer
Dyersburg, TN
KN Root Beer
Amarillo, TX
The KN Root Beer in Dyersburg was built in the 1950s. These photos are from 2007. By 2014, the business had closed. The building was still there behind fencing and and the sign had been painted entirely white. [map]

The KN Root Beer in Amarillo opened in 1968. They still have carhops and frosty glass mugs. For more, see this website. [map]

KN Root Beer
Martin, TN
KN Root Beer
Graham, TX
The KN Root Beer building in Martin might be from the 1950s. The round plastic sign was broken when this photo was taken in 2010. It was still broken in 2012. [map]

The KN Root Beer in Graham opened in 1957. The stand still has car hops. The root beer is still made from the original KN recipe and is served in glass mugs. [photo thanks Trish Downey] [map]

KN Root Beer Drive-in
Cuero, TX
This KN Root Beer Drive-in opened in 1960. [map]

KN Root Beer
Mayfield, KY
This KN Root Beer, aka Fowler's Restaurant, was probably built in the 1960s. [map]

More KN Root Beer Stands:
Paris, TN [occupied a former Sonic Drive-in; closed now]

If you know of any others, I'd love to know about them.

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