Wednesday, May 6, 2009

kentucky fried chicken

To pull KFC out of the lagging ranks of fast food chains, the company has made a promotion stunt, "Unthink What You Thought About KFC". And of course, with the help of Oprah, the promo is becoming too successful to handle. "Kentucky fried chicken coupons" are offered. Coupons means you give away something for free. Anyone can download a coupon for a free two-piece chicken meal, sides and a biscuit until midnight eastern time today. But what if everyone rushes to the KCF outlets with the coupons?

Here's the terms of the promo:

* Terms: Free offer good for two pieces of Kentucky Grilled Chicken™ (manager's choice) and two individual sides and a biscuit at participating KFC restaurants located in the Unites States, while supplies last. Limit one offer per coupon, one coupon per person during offer period. Must be redeemed in person. Not good with any other offers. No photocopied, mechanically reproduced or altered coupon accepted. Coupon cannot be sold or traded. Valid only if downloaded from Applicable tax extra. Void where prohibited. By downloading coupon, you agree that KFC is not responsible for any technical problems or malfunctions of computer systems, servers or printers or lost or unavailable network connections. You are limited to 4 downloads of coupon. Coupon fraud is punishable by law.


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