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The former home of KFC founder, Colonel Sanders, has been on the market since June and features a 25,000-square-foot restaurant and banquet hall, but a stipulation in the deal has deterred some ...
After a rich and full life, Harland Sanders sadly passes away at the age of 90. His legacy lives on through his Original Recipe chicken and the company logo adapts over the years, with the Colonel's face remaining at the forefront of the design.
The colonel was much more than patio decor. To the delight of her neighbors, the 92-year-old Fair Oaks resident would dress the colonel for holidays, according to a Facebook post from the ...
Colonel is the highest honorary title awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Despite what the name of the franchise might indicate, Sanders’ beginnings can be traced back to Indiana — Otisco ...
Harland "Colonel" Sanders bei findagrave.com (englisch) Todesnachricht bei Time, Ausgabe vom 29. Dezember 1980 (englisch) 6. August 2003 - Photo of the day: Col. Harland Sanders (1972) (Memento vom 4. September 2003 im Internet Archive) Einzelnachweise. ↑
The owners of Colonel Sanders’ historic home and restaurant in Kentucky are having trouble selling the property due to trademark objections by KFC’s parent company, according to a report.
Harland David Sanders (1890 – 1980) used his title of "Colonel" and his own personal determination to make himself and Kentucky world-famous for fried chicken. From a gas station in Corbin, Kentucky , Colonel Sanders (as he became known) started the fast food franchise Kentucky Fried Chicken , known today as KFC.
Colonel Sanders and Bob were friends, and Sanders would jokingly call Bob a "goddamned redneck" because Bob would maintain his old penny-pinching ways. One time my dad witnessed this exchange when the Colonel looked down and saw Bob, who had become a millionaire by then, wearing shoes with the soles held on by rubber bands.