Tune in to the 2023 Kentuckiana Business Hall of Fame!

On March 2nd, Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana held the 40th annual Kentuckiana Business Hall of Fame with over 600 in attendance to celebrate the induction of Michael B. Mountjoy, MCM CPAs & Advisors, W. Frank Harshaw, Harshaw Trane, and Alice J. Schleicher, AJS Inc. & Associates.

We are thankful for the continued support of WDRB Media. Below you can view the WDRB Media broadcasted half-hour special presentation of the 2023 Kentuckiana Business Hall of Fame award ceremony.

Thank you to all who were able to attend and who made a gift to Junior Achievement to sponsor our students! If you were unable to attend and would like to support JA students, please use the donation tab below.

We are grateful for your support; your gift is helping JA reach over 50,000 students this year!

KFC 10K Grant Surprises Robertson Senior Center

We are excited to announce that The Robertson County Senior Center was one of the 50 non-profits selected to receive a $10,000 Kentucky Fried Wishes grant!

A huge thank you goes to Heather Rulison and her team from our Springfield Tennessee store for nominating this organization and making their wish come true.

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KFC recognizes local man as 'Best of the Best'

Lifelong Nashville resident Sam Schwartz is one of the Best of the Best.

That’s according to his employer, the world’s second-largest fast food restaurant chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken.

KFC has chosen the 35-year-old Hermitage man as one of the top 50 restaurant managers in America from their entire coop of about 4,000 stores nationally.

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Victoria Jennings Receiving KFC Scholarship
The Heart of What We Do is Care

All charitable programs are available to all eligible employees at participating restaurants. The KFC Foundation strives to help KFC restaurant employees go to college.

  • Two applications each year -Dates: Feb. 1 – Mar. 28 & Aug. 1 – Sept. 26
  • Students of any age, pursuing any degree, attending any accredited school
  • Receive up to $3,000 a year
  • Use funds for tuition, books & other qualifying expenses