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Old 01-31-2012, 07:20 AM   #571
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The birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken is Corbin, Kentucky. Harlan Sanders had a gas station called Sander's Court & Cafe located on US-21, where he served his fried chicken until I-75 was built, and bypassed the cafe. He then sold his properties in Corbin which had expanded to a gas station & cafe on one side of US-21 and a motel on the other. We went on the road seeking to sell his chicken to restaurant owners, the first to take him up on the offer was Pete Harman of Salt Lake City, Utah. They went onto a partnership and opened the first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.

He sold out of the company in 1964, it's now owned by Yum Brands, and based in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Ok If you would like to be on the FTF member maps Here is what you need to do. If you don't want on here then don't post your city here. I will not use real names but your name on the message board.

1. View the map.
2. Post in this thread your city and state or city and country for you international folks.
3. check to make sure I put you in the right place.

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The birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken is Corbin, Kentucky. Harlan Sanders had a gas station called Sander's Court & Cafe located on US-21, where he served his fried chicken until I-75 was built, and bypassed the cafe. He then sold his properties in Corbin which had expanded to a gas station & cafe on one side of US-21 and a motel on the other. We went on the road seeking to sell his chicken to restaurant owners, the first to take him up on the offer was Pete Harman of Salt Lake City, Utah. They went onto a partnership and opened the first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.

He sold out of the company in 1964, it's now owned by Yum Brands, and based in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Dude, im just about 30 miles away from ya
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Dude, im just about 30 miles away from ya
Where at

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12 miles west of checotah
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Council hill? I grew up in checotah

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Council hill? I grew up in checotah

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I went to school at midway, i actually live at Hitchita
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