Barbadian Subsidiary of Fast Food Outlet appears to show concern with Island’s young – Potential recruiting of next generation of Consumers?

Christmas has come early for a number of this nation’s children thanks to KFC’s Mascot, Chicky, {Ed’s Note: When you think about it, the bird is a Traitor! He’s telling you to devour his Family?} who has been spreading festive cheer during his recent visits to a number of schools across the island.

Over the last few weeks, Chicky has visited the Westbury, St. Stephen’s and St. Mary’s Primary Schools, in addition to making appearances at the Aquatic Centre’s Water Fair and HOTT FM’s, “HOTT Reading Room”, interacting with students and presenting them with several KFC branded items.

The digestive quisling Chicky (centre) flanked by Marketing Coordinator at KFC, Shekelia Barrow (right) KFC Marketing Assistant, Shakira Williams (left), during the mascot’s visit to the St. Mary’s Primary School recently.

Marketing Coordinator at KFC, Shekelia Barrow, said this latest activity is part of KFC’s continued outreach programme which seeks to make a difference in the lives of the nation’s children:

KFC has always enjoyed a wonderful relationship with Barbados’ youth, providing invaluable support in varied avenues to several schools and organizations. Our Mascot Chicky has become a favourite among children, bringing smiles to their faces whenever he arrives… We are committed to maintaining this relationship and bringing joy to the lives of this nation’s children.”

In the coming weeks Chicky is scheduled to visit the Belmont Primary School, the Al-Falah School, Good Shepherd and Charles F. Broome Memorial Primary Schools. {Editor’s Note 2: does KFC then stand forKITCHEN FOR CANNIBALS? LMAO!}

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