According to reports by Manchester Evening News, the popular fast food chain, KFC gave out free food to 200 fans on Monday in two of the Manchester outlets. This was organised to celebrate the opening of three new stores in the city.
Free Food At Two Locations
Students along with the first 100 customers were promised to be served free food between 10 to 11:30 AM. This was at the Oxford Road Branch close to the Manchester Metropolitan University. The same offer applied to the Hulme branch of KFC located at Greenheys Lane West and at both branches, customers were allowed to walk away with food up to $5. This also included the all new double down burger as well as a limited edition t-shirt.
The report by the publication further states that KFC has also opened up its first UK airport restaurant at the Manchester Airport earlier this year. However, the offer will not be available at that or any other branch.
“The only thing better than KFC chicken is free KFC chicken – so to show our love for Manchester and celebrate opening three new restaurants here, we’re giving it away,” Gemma Robinson, KFC Area Coach for Manchester told the publication. “We can’t wait to meet all the Manchester KFC fans and look forward to serving the community for many years to come,” she added.