Kfc Brief Summary

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A brief history of KFC
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was established by Colonel Harland Sanders. His road to becoming one of the wealthiest men started from selling fried chicken from his restaurant which was located on the sidewalk in Corbin, Kentucky. Sanders noticed that there was potential for restaurant franchising and the first KFC was opened in 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah. As the company expanded, Sanders found it difficult to handle it by himself and in 1964 he sold the company to a set of investors which is lead by John Y. Brown and Jack C. Massey. KFC was one of the first fast food outlets to go global. Their first outlets in England, Mexico and Jamaica opened in the mid 1960s. During 1970 and 1980 KFC had a change in corporate ownership
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They realised that one of the biggest issues, especially in South Africa, was hunger. In 2009 KFC South Africa started the Add Hope campaign to fundraise for children's daily meals. October is known as the World Hunger Month and KFC aimed to give thousands of children across the country the hope to grow up to become doctors, lawyers and the engineers, they dream to be, because they have food in their stomachs. CSR and Sponsorships Manager at KFC South Africa, Lauren Turnbull says, "CSR is not simply a 'tick-box' item. It needs to make a sustainable difference rather than involving ad hoc projects on the ground, otherwise we won't be able to build children in communities to be the next generation. Full tummies help children to learn, grow and thrive, and provides the foundation for the future leaders that this country…show more content…
Our worldwide operations are aligned around a global strategy called the Plan to Win, which center on an exceptional customer experience – People, Products, Place, Price and Promotion. We are committed to continuously improving our operations and enhancing our customers' experience.”
Ronald McDonalds House Charities (RMHC) is one of the ways in which McDonalds helps the community. RMHC is a nonprofit organisation, whose main aim is to create, find and support programmes that improve the health and well being of children around the world. The founder of RMHC was Gerald Newman. Currently, there are 365 Ronald McDonald Houses in 42 different countries and places.
These houses are places for families to stay who have hospitalized children under the age of 18, who are being treated at medical facilities nearby. RMH have 7, 200 bedrooms to offer to families every night. The rooms accommodate over 3, 000 families every day. The Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles are on-the-go clinics that offer health care for children in their neighborhoods for
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