updated - June 4, 2020 Thursday EDT
LOUISEVILLE, Ky.--Coming from the old adage, a family that prays together, stays together, KFC aims the families to play together, to stay together through their new Game Night Bucket. America's most-loved fried chicken chain is offering the KFC Game Night Bucket for families. It promotes fun family bonding activity over dinner. The family meal lets you enjoy KFC's Extra Crispy Tenders, four choices of dipping sauces, biscuits, two choices for large side items and 1 free I SPY game, all in a bucket.
Aside from gathering the family together in a sumptuous meal of chicken, there are other benefits when playing the games. According to Sara Meghan Walter, Ph.D., assistant professor of counselor of education at Stetson University, when playing games it gives self confidence, enhances essential skills and promotes academic development. It also offers unforgettable memories for the whole family. "Kids and adults are having fun and healthier when they bond with the group," Walter emphasizes. "When you are in a game, you need input from everyone involved, it creates closeness with the family members."
"Colonel Sanders began giving home-cooked meals to visitors at his dining table in 1930, and he was known for 'Sunday dinner served everyday,'" Kevin Hochman said, Chief Marketing Officer for KFC United States. "KFC has always been proud on gathering families together at dinner time, and it definitely makes Colonel proud of the how the Game Night Bucket works in an exciting way."
The well-loved I SPY franchise has been involved in teaching and entertaining kids and adults all over the world since the launch of I SPY book in 1991. KFC's Game Night Bucket gives away one free I SPY game plus I SPY posters so that families can have fun together while eating dinner.
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