With apparently nothing better to do, Wyatt Moss, of Alpharetta, Georgia, decided to take his love for Chipotle to the ultimate level. He and a few friends spent 50 days crossing over 18,000 miles, in a personal quest to eat at a Chipotle restaurant in all 50 states. The journey required thousands of miles of driving and nine flights, but it paid off big time as the restaurant chain named Moss the 15th member of the Chipotle Creator Class after he filmed a TikTok video documenting his travels. Understand - the "Creator Class" offers members exclusive perks and partnerships with the brand that regular people like you and me can only dream about. (CBS 46)
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