KFC, Pizza Hut operator in Malaysia encourages vaccination with new promo

QSR Brands is also donating 70,000 limited-edition KFC face masks to frontliners.

QSR Brands, the operator of KFC and Pizza Hut in Malaysia, is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal to encourage vaccinations in the country. 

The promotion will start on September 16, which marks the 58th Malaysia Day, with 580,000 servings made available nationwide for a month from both brands.

“The ‘Buy 1 Free 1’ campaign is one of our ways as the people’s food company to encourage vaccination and show our appreciation to all Malaysians for having done their part towards a better future for our country,” QSR Brands chairman Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim said in a media release.

QSR Brands is also donating 70,000 limited-edition KFC face masks to frontliners at vaccination centres.

Since the enforcement of the country’s first movement control order (MCO), QSR Brands said it has distributed over 74,500 meal packs to affected communities and frontliners across Malaysia.

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