KFC founder Colonel Sanders talks about how he got his first franchise in the United States.
United States USA Date:1974 Duration:2 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
The contribution of franchise system in the United States. Kentucky, the home place of Colonel Sanders and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). Colonel Sanders put the idea of franchising forward and made it successful. He talks about how he started the franchise, he also speaks about how they got their first restaurant. Children eat chicken at KFC. Children on a merry go round carousel. He traveled by cars to many of the cities to sell his business and take a franchise. Brief views of downtowns in the following cities with 1940s era automobiles on roads: Pampa, Kerrville, Wichita Falls, and San Angelo. The colonel demonstrates his recipe of cooking chicken. He brings it to 90 degrees fahrenheit before cooking it. He batters it and places it in a pressure cooker to cook. View of the finished cooked chicken. The recipe is same in all the centers. Colonel Sanders with his wife walking next to a home.
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