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NOT ONLY DOES KFC HAVE THE DOUBLE DOWN...

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In April and May, Kentucky Fried Chicken will help to support breast cancer research, treatment and community programs.

 

Kentucky Fried Chicken, a Yums Brands company, has paired up with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to raise funds and awareness of breast cancer. Approximately 5,000 KFC fast-food restaurants will offer fried and grilled

chicken in pink buckets, donating 50 cents for each bucket sold to the breast cancer cause during April and May of 2010.

 

KFC has pledged a minimum donation of $1 million, but the goal is a well-endowed $8 million in the Buckets for a Cure campaign.

 

"Through our Buckets For the Cure campaign, the KFC family nationwide is helping to reach millions of women and men with breast health education, and attempting to make the single largest donation ever to Susan G. Komen for the Cure in an effort to help end breast cancer forever," said Javier Benito, executive vice president of marketing and food innovation for KFC. "But we don't want our efforts to stop at our restaurants' doors. We are asking that everyone nationwide join our efforts to raise awareness for this important cause by going pink too."

 

Katrina McGhee, Senior Vice President of Global Business Development and Partnerships for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, expressed appreciation for KFC's support.

 

"KFC and its franchisees' support allow us to continue our life-saving work funding research, providing breast health education and screenings and providing direct help for millions of women and men in communities across the United States," Katrina McGhee said. "The funds they raised will not only fund vital research but local communities that support survivors, patients and their families. We are very grateful for KFC's generosity and help."

 

What do the Buckets for a Cure look like?

 

The pink cardboard commemorative KFC chicken buckets, introduced on April 12th, feature the names of more than 375 breast cancer survivors and casualties.

 

This is the first time KFC has offered chicken in pink buckets, rather than the traditional KFC red, white and black designs.

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in before close. i mean, i like breasts and i like chicken. but come the fuck on? post this shit in some coon forum.

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Old, but......

 

What do KFC and a woman have in common?

 

When you're done with the breasts and thighs, you have a greasy box to throw your bone in!

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Anyone else find fastfood supporting a cure for cancer amusing since fast food is a main cause of cancer? It's like people who fuck monkeys demanding a cure for aidz by saying "for every monkey you fuck we'll give a dollar to aidz research."

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im really confused as to how none of you find this funny?

soup got the point.

 

 

 

i guess starting a thread with a tampon and like five posts was a bad idea.

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im really confused as to how none of you find this funny?

soup got the point.

 

 

 

i guess starting a thread with a tampon and like five posts was a bad idea.

 

 

 

 

 

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Jesus christ, just becasue the dude has not been on here for very long does not mean you have to instantly dismiss him and neg the crap out of him. Some of you are like little girls in high school (as sexy as that sounds i didnt mean it in a good way).

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