KFC signs: Old and New

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    KFC started as Harlan Sanders Cafe in Corbin, Ky. He owned a motel and a restaurant along highway US25. When the interstate was built, fewer people drove past the place, and it almost went out of business until he passed the fried chicken recipe to a franchise. Now, the 11 herbs and spices are eaten everywhere.

    In the foreground is the original Sanders Cafe sign which sticks out of the entrance. In the background is the really tall 1980's bucket sign that you can see from the interstate. Of course, these days the powers that be market the fast food chain as KFC and not Kentucky Fried Chicken in most places

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    1. SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) 106 months ago | reply

      Here's the actual restaurant itself:
      The Original KFC

    2. Jacob...K 100 months ago | reply

      Very cool place! Btw, they are actually bringing back the Kentucky Fried Chicken name in recent commercials.........

    3. Steve-kun 97 months ago | reply

      Cool picture, we would love to see this in our group.

    4. puffsmom 77 months ago | reply

      i live here, in Corbin, and they have the worst fried chicken of any of the KFC franchises...

    5. genejordan2 65 months ago | reply

      Can I post it for I need an image about franchising? I'm choosing between this and McDo but this image is historical. www.secondwindconsultants.com/?p=4106

    6. SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) 65 months ago | reply

      Using it in your website is fine. :)

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