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GAME SHOWS FEATURING COLONEL HARLAND D. SANDERS

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 11:35 am    Post subject: GAME SHOWS FEATURING COLONEL HARLAND D. SANDERS Reply with quote

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COLONEL HARLAND D. SANDERS.

Arrow WHAT'S MY LINE?" (DEC. 1, 1963)
Arrow "I'VE GOT A SECRET" (1964)

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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pure marketing genius... John Y Brown was once quoted as saying that whenever Colonel sanders appeared on TV, sales at all KFC Restaraunts went 'through the roof'.

It is also true that KFC - before the 1964 'sellout' to Brown and co. - was actually not well known at all, outside the Southern U.S States. Which is why the folks on these two panel shows had no idea who he was Wink

After 1964 however, Colonel Sanders "mug" (as he use to put it), was "everywhere" on TV, radio and in print ... and this was the genuis of Brown and his partners: You see, for all Brown's faults, it is also true that without this type of marketing and promotion, "Kentucky Fried Chicken" would most likely have remained only a quaint "Southern" memory, spoken about by only a handful of old 'pipe smoking' grandpas...

And the rest of the WORLD, would never have experienced the pleasure and the delight of Colonel Sanders' awesome recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

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