KFC Wants to Fill Potholes for Free

KFC Wants to Fill Potholes for Free
Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 30 march 2009

In an effort to promote their “Fresh Tastes Best” campaign, the fast food chain is looking to proceed with an idea to Re-“Fresh” roads. KFC recently sent out a letter to the nation’s mayors offering pothole patching for free. The only catch is each patch will be branded with a stencil signaling the road has been “Re-Freshed by KFC.” KFC estimated that U.S. roads are plagued with more than 350 million potholes.

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