Fast food chain offers free Wi-Fi to students who can pass a test

In 2015, Romania faced an education crisis. Only 40 percent of high school students in the country passed the baccalaureate exam, which is equivalent to the SAT. To help address this nation-wide concern, KFC Romania teamed up with MRM/McCann Romania to launch the Wi-Fi Test Campaign. The campaign aims to offer free Wi-Fi to students if they get to answer a test question correctly.

Nir Refuah, Chief Creative Officer of MRM/McCann Romania shared in the official press release that:

“While Romania holds record numbers in teen Internet usage and high Internet speed (top 3 worldwide), education performance ranks much lower. Donating digital assets for the community is trending up among social aware brands, and I’m proud that KFC and MRM//McCann Romania are part of the movement.”

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