Success story of KFC

“It’s too late to start one new thing, to do any or all of those things you’ve always wanted to do.” Dallas Clayton. This statement is true of the KFC owner entrusted with military officer Harland Sanders. He started selling cooked chicken at the age of sixty-nine. He dismissed the idea of ​​capitalism as such that he would start at a young age to become a successful businessman.

History of KFC

KFC (Kentucky Cooked Chicken) was founded by military official Harland Sanders in 1952 in Mormon State. He has worked for many years in many successful mixed fields before starting KFC food. KFC is targeted at cooked chicken when there is a hamburger rule. Sanders learned to prepare at an early age at the age of seven. He developed what he called his “original recipe” containing eleven herbs and spices from the Gregorian calendar in 1940. The same formula is used for KFC restaurants. KFC headquarters was established in Louisville, USA, in 1959.

The first years of KFC

In 1952, Sanders introduced his secret formula “Kentucky Cooked Chicken” for the first time to Pete Harman of South Salt Lake, Utah, the operator of one of the city’s largest restaurants. The idea of ​​a franchise flourished. once in Pete Harman’s success, many other homeowners refused to think and paid Sanders $ 0.04 per chicken. Sanders has visited suitable restaurants in the U.S.A. wanting to provide for a franchise, once he has sold his south building in a salt lake due to new traffic rules that have been reduced. while closing the North Corbin website, Sanders and his wife Claudia opened a new building and company headquarters in Shelbyville in 1959. He slept in the back of his car several times, while visiting restaurants to provide a right if staff liked his chicken. once the jiffy franchise first approached military commander Sanders instead. She has worked for the company and her husband Claudia mixed it up and sent spices to restaurants.

The franchise method was a city necessity; KFC was one of the first expanded food chains in the world, with grocery stores in the North American nation and later within the united states, Mexico and Jamaica in the mid-1960s. powerless to expand the company, authorized military officer Sanders sold the company to John Y. Brown Jr. and Jack C. Massey in 1964. however Sanders continued his association with the company as a fully paid ambassador. a military officer sent by Sanders died at the age of 90 on December 16, 1980. Throughout the trip, he received rejection at 1009 restaurants. However, he does not give up as he is assured about his unique formula and style. and finally, at the same time a few restaurants came to an agreement to sell Sander chicken formula. In 1963, about 600 restaurants agreed to sell the American formula and chicken to make it perfect.

Today KFC has established us as a result of the largest environmental event taking place worldwide in 136 countries. A lesson we can learn from Sander’s life is that Success can happen at any age. the only real story required is your confidence in achieving your dream at any stage of your life. you always believe with all your heart, the burning need to succeed can open your way to your dream despite everything and your age! so don’t give up!