1. Steve Wozniak, The Connoisseur
The Woz is a fan of food, and his extensive roster of mayorships at some of America's finest chain eateries is a testament to his commitment. In addition to a freshly-minted Cinnabon Mayorship, the Apple genius holds the top spot at a Baskin-Robbins, a Subway, The Hard Rock Cafe at Lake Tahoe, and an IHOP. He even offers the occasional tip. At one of his other mayoral haunts, the Outback Steakhouse, he suggests users "scrape breading off bloomin' onion for low carb diets."
[More from Mashable: 7 Space Simulators That Let You Explore the Universe]Although Foursquare has experienced amazing growth in its first three years, the social check-in site has gotten a lot of nice traction from high-profile early adopters as well.
Celebrities and technophiles like Ashton Kutcher and 50 Cent have thousands of followers who are interested in where they go and what they like. Unfortunately, many celebrities opt out of some of the platform's major features, like mayorships, in favor of a much more privacy-friendly page.
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But for those willing to open up their check-ins to the public, well, let's just say it can get interesting. The luminaries on this list are proof of that.
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