Do you have a family photo coming up, that is just begging for a dash of awkwardness? Do you love wearing your love of fried chicken across your chest?
Well, you’re in luck because KFC is jumping on the Christmas in July bandwagon, with a sartorially scrumptious yuletide and fried chook-themed jumper.
Whether you’re hosting a Christmas in July gathering or simply want to be the envy of all your friends, you can get your hands on one of these dashing jumpers by heading over to the KFC Shopify page.
You’ll have to be quick though because these threads are strictly limited but the best part is all profits from the sale of these jumpers will go to the KFC Youth Foundation which supports worthy charities The Black Dog Institute, ReachOut Australia and Whitelion.
It wouldn’t be a yuletide-themed celebration without some kind of jaw-dropping spread, though and KFC has ticked that box with a Christmas in. July Feat – a festive banquet to behold that comes complete with 15 pieces of Original Recipe, eight Wicked Wings, 12 nuggets, one large Popcorn Chicken, three large chips, one Large Potato & Gravy, plus sauces and a 1.25L drink.
And if you order via the KFC app, delivery of this bad boy will be totally free because ’tis the season and all that.
“We know that Aussies love any excuse to connect with their mates, so there’s no better reason this winter than celebrating Christmas in July,” KFC CMO Krisi Woolrych said.
“To give Aussies the cozy Christmas only the Northern hemisphere indulges in each December, we’re bringing everything our fans need to enjoy it to the full this July. From the limited-edition festive jumpers you couldn’t rock mid-summer to our very own Christmas in July Feast (we’ve well and truly stuffed stockings full with goodies to help bring the joy this winter!”
Fa la la la la, la la la la!
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