Gov. Martinez visits Hi-D-Ho Drive-In; labels it a treasure

Jun 14, 2013 Full story: Alamogordo Daily News 8

Gov. Susana Martinez eats lunch with her husband Chuck Franco and Hi-D-Ho Owner Pat Dulany.

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Since: Sep 08

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Jun 15, 2013
It is a great place to eat.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Jun 15, 2013
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
It is a great place to eat.
It was my home away from home in the '50s.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#3 Jun 15, 2013
Along with the Red Rooster, I should add.
Harry

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Jun 15, 2013
I want to thank Governor Martinez for her visit to our Hi-D-Ho and for supporting home grown businesses. That was huge! Not big enough to vote for her, but it did show her good side. Thank you Gov. Martinez!

Since: Sep 08

Alamogordo, NM

#6 Jun 15, 2013
Harry wrote:
I want to thank Governor Martinez for her visit to our Hi-D-Ho and for supporting home grown businesses. That was huge! Not big enough to vote for her, but it did show her good side. Thank you Gov. Martinez!
Is that you Gorky??

Since: Sep 08

Alamogordo, NM

#7 Jun 15, 2013
Michael Morris wrote:
Well its good she had something to say about private industry. She seems as enamoured with state subsidized business as Richardson. Maybe we need a Chamber of Free Enterprise to represent the interests of business relying on innovation, service and initiative rather than government spending. It would be a much more energized group. That is what is really missing here. There is practically nowhere locally that real entrepreneurship is valued or encouraged. It is far different getting people to fund your business by getting them to buy your product or service with their own dollars than it is to strong arm politicians and ass kiss bureaucratic cogs.
The exposure did remind me that I don't go there nearly enough. My hat is off to anyone that can keep a burger joint open on the cardboard burger strip. That, along with a few other notables, proves that you can run a business without a subsidy. The leadership around here could spend more time promoting more homegrown business and less trying to bribe the ones with no intention of coming or staying here with tax dollars. Guys like these are really the true community heros. It will be from within this group that the formula to remake this town to stand on its own two feet when the tax spend dries up, not the committee of beggars.
You should go there and try a medium special or even a Tiger Burger if you are really hungry. And they have stuff for the kids too. Because you money stays in the community, not going to a corp. office in another state.

Since: May 13

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#9 Jun 16, 2013
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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You should go there and try a medium special or even a Tiger Burger if you are really hungry. And they have stuff for the kids too. Because you money stays in the community, not going to a corp. office in another state.

Reply »|Report Abuse|Judge it!|#187Wednesday Jun 12

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Fro another post, who is this land locked sailor? Says he doesnt own the place, but he is definitely their head cheerleader....hmmmm... just calling as I see it cause I hate dishonesty.

jjnscbusin wrote:
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LOL, I don't know who's worse. Heisy or Land Lock Sailor, who seems to either own or be connected to HiDHo, and uses his posts anonymously to bash his competition. What an insecure low life.
But I do like Heisy's comment about seeing fast food cups out his backyard and how he wants to shoot those who put them there. Pretty entertaining true or false.
Clue less again, calling someone your family name shows what type of a citizen you are too.

HI-D-HO has been voted Best Cheese Burger by the citizens year after year Every year the paper does there poll, and all it takes is a stamp.

HI-D-HO has a great hand made burger, not a pre-processed burger patty like McDonalds, I am sorry that you are not able to understand that, and if you would read a few threads you would notice that I also have said that Rustic Café, Denny's and even BZ Rocking Burgers all have bigger hand made burger patties.

If I owned HI-D-HO it would of been enclosed 35 years ago, a juke box, and self service beverage dispenser, along with a fixing bar for your burger like Fuddruckers has.

Since: Sep 08

Alamogordo, NM

#10 Jun 16, 2013
jjnscbusin wrote:
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Reply »|Report Abuse|Judge it!|#187Wednesday Jun 12
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Fro another post, who is this land locked sailor? Says he doesnt own the place, but he is definitely their head cheerleader....hmmmm... just calling as I see it cause I hate dishonesty.
jjnscbusin wrote:
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LOL, I don't know who's worse. Heisy or Land Lock Sailor, who seems to either own or be connected to HiDHo, and uses his posts anonymously to bash his competition. What an insecure low life.
But I do like Heisy's comment about seeing fast food cups out his backyard and how he wants to shoot those who put them there. Pretty entertaining true or false.
Clue less again, calling someone your family name shows what type of a citizen you are too.
HI-D-HO has been voted Best Cheese Burger by the citizens year after year Every year the paper does there poll, and all it takes is a stamp.
HI-D-HO has a great hand made burger, not a pre-processed burger patty like McDonalds, I am sorry that you are not able to understand that, and if you would read a few threads you would notice that I also have said that Rustic Café, Denny's and even BZ Rocking Burgers all have bigger hand made burger patties.
If I owned HI-D-HO it would of been enclosed 35 years ago, a juke box, and self service beverage dispenser, along with a fixing bar for your burger like Fuddruckers has.
Prove dishonesty, my comments are true. Where did I deceive you.

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