KFC Changes Name for the Summer
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) Canada has an interesting name change in store for Canada's 150th birthday.
KFC Canada is changing its name to K'ehFC in honour of our country's big 1-5-0.
The company has been in Canada for 62 years, with just over 600 locations, and says that the move pays homage to its love and appreciation for all things Canadian during a year of national celebration and patriotism.
K'ehFC will mark the official name change with a new sign at the company's first Canadian location in Saskatoon, established in 1955.
“K’ehFC has proudly embraced its Canadian roots for 62 years, from our iconic red and white style, to our friendly, neighbourly presence from coast-to-coast,” said Stephen Scarrow, Senior Marketing Manager, Advertising and Media, K’ehFC. “We want customers to feel the same strong appreciation for Canada that we have since 1955. Let’s get this party started!”
The company also has newly designed buckets nation-wide, and an updated website logo to celebrate.
The name change will be in effect throughout the summer.
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