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Unformatted text preview: han’s brother decided to quit and accepted a used Volkswagen Beetle for his
share of a business later known as Domino’s.
The story of Harland Sanders is perhaps the most remarkable. Sanders left school at the age of twelve, worked as a farm hand, a mule
tender, and a railway fireman. At various times he worked as a lawyer without having a law degree, delivered babies as a part-time
obstetrician without having a medical degree, sold insurance door to door, sold Michelin tires, and operated a gas station in Corbin,
Kentucky. He served home-cooked food at a small dining-room table in the back, later opened a popular restaurant and motel, sold them to
pay off debts, and at the age of sixty-five became a traveling salesman once again, offering restaurant owners the “secret recipe” for his fried
chicken. The first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant opened in 1952, near Salt Lake City, Utah. Lacking money to promote the new chain,
Sanders dressed up like a Kentucky colonel, sporting a white s...
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