KFC Redesigns its Units


Louisville, Kentucky-A new look, fresher food and betterflavor are the intended results of several new initiatives in theworks for quick-service chicken purveyor KFC Corp. The most visiblechange slated for the chain is its new unit design. Inside, updatedstores will feature bucket-shaped sconces, new tiles treatments,bistro-styled tables and historic murals. Outside, units will beadorned with cupola towers, red-and-white striped awnings,redesigned roofs and new displays and signage. The changes willcost from $50,000 to $250,000 per store and should be in place atall company-owned locations by 2004 and all franchises by 2007.-Restaurants and Institutions

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