KFC celebrates 45th year in Singapore with multi-sensory installation
The first 4,500 people visiting the #MEANDMYKFC Installation will get a free two-piece chicken voucher.
KFC has launched a multi-sensory installation in Singapore as it commemorates its 45th year of operations in the country.
Open to the public starting July 6 until July 10, the #MEANDMYKFC installation in an outdoor area at VivoCity features various old collectibles and merchandise from the 1970s through the present. Its Lounge section allows visitors to see KFC-themed décor to fried chicken-shaped cushions and Zinger-shaped bean bags.
Guests can also try out KFC streetwear against the “finger lickin’ good” neon text at the Wardrobe section and will see an actual cooker pot used in every KFC kitchen.
A play area allows families to play with a foosball table and use the claw machine to win limited-edition KFC plush toys. Every visitor will also get a chance at the gachapon machines to take home enamel pins, stickers, and special 45th anniversary KFC food vouchers to redeem food items currently unavailable on the menu.
To celebrate the launch, the fast food chain has weekly $4.5 deals for the month of July and the first 4,500 people visiting the installation will receive a free two-piece chicken voucher.
“Over the last 45 years, KFC Singapore has grown and become a welcomed part of Singaporean life. This anniversary with an ensemble of fun activities and deals are put together to thank everyone who has been supporting us since our first outlet in Somerset. We will continue to excite our customers with finger lickin’ good food experiences that keep them coming back for more,” KFC Singapore general manager Lynette Lee said in a media release.