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KFC opens drive-thru restaurant in Wollert

The outlet at 13 Symphony Lane is owned and operated by RG Restaurants.

KFC announced the opening of its drive-thru restaurant in Wollert, VIC, resulting in 42 new jobs in the local area.

The outlet at 13 Symphony Lane is owned and operated by RG Restaurants and has staff joining from nearby KFC restaurants.

“The new restaurant is in a prime location for both locals and those passing through town. Locals should be sure to join in the fun and visit the new KFC restaurant today as the first 1,000 customers will receive discount cards,” restaurant general manager Stewart Henske said in a media release.

“For locals who want to get their hands on the Colonel’s delicious Kentucky Fried Chicken from the comfort of their home, we will soon be offering delivery via the KFC app,” he added.
The new KFC Wollert restaurant is open from Sunday to Thursday from 10:30am to 10:00pm and Friday to Saturday from 10:30am to 11:00pm.

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