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KFC Is Giving One Lucky Superfan A Year's Supply Of Chicken

Claire Reid

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KFC Is Giving One Lucky Superfan A Year's Supply Of Chicken

KFC has launched a competition to find its biggest fan offering up a year's worth of chicken to the lucky winner.

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In honour of National Fried Chicken Day - which was yesterday - the fast-food chain has announced it is on the hunt the 'biggest chicken eatin', wing slingin', gravy dippin' fan' to put in its KFC Superfan Hall of Fame.

Launching the competition, KFC asked: "Have you ever penned a letter of love to the red, white and gold(en drumsticks)? Did your heart break when KFC closed its doors during lockdown... only to drown your sorrows in some (questionable) homemade fried chicken? Or maybe you've even collected every KFC artefact since the first UK restaurant opened its doors in 1965? If this is you, we want to know."

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Bash the Entertainer is helping to launch the competition and says people can show their love anyway they like, adding: "Write a poem, write a song, write a rap, or even a dance."

Credit: KFC
Credit: KFC

As well as a year's supply of KFC and a spot in the Hall of Fame, the winner will also pick up a specially made ceramic KFC bucket with a picture of their face on - and who wouldn't want one of them lying about the place, eh?

To enter, head to KFC's official Facebook page and comment below the Bash the Entertainer video proving your love - entry closes on 14 July.

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KFC adds: "There are no limits to prove your love for KFC's crispy, golden chicken... be as creative as possible; whether it's a poem, a short video or a selfie in the drive-thru, the choice is yours. No entry is too big nor too small in the Colonel's eyes."

Fans of fried chicken will be delighted to learn that KFC has reopened more than 100 of its restaurants to allow customers to dine in.

Posting on Twitter, KFC said it would be reopening 'responsibly' and announced a raft of new health and safety measures you can expect to see in store, including Perspex screens, hand sanitsier and capacity limits, you can also order and pay online through the app.

Featured Image Credit: KFC

Topics: Food, UK News, KFC

Claire Reid
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