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Kentucky Fried Chicken Fixing Your Potholes

Advertising Age reports on unique public-private partnerships in the works:

Don't be surprised if you see Col. Sanders out filling potholes. In an unusual cause-marketing push, KFC is tackling the pothole problem in Louisville, Ky. in exchange for stamping the fresh pavement with "Re-freshed by KFC," a chalky stencil likely to fade away in the next downpour...In addition to the Louisville project, KFC has issued an open offer to U.S. mayors to tell them about the state of their city streets and request assistance. The chain will select as many as four more cities at random for pothole assistance.

Hat Tip to Governing's 13th Floor

Leonard Gilroy is Director of Government Reform


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