Popeyes® Rip’n Chick’n Available Today through April 28 – Get it While it’s HOT!

Mon Apr 1, 2013 10:30am EDT

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ATLANTA--(Business Wire)--
Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen, a division of AFC Enterprises, Inc. (NASDAQ: AFCE),
offers Rip'n Chick'n - juicy tenders cut into pull-apart strips that are easy to
rip and dip - April 1 through April 28 with Cajun fries, buttermilk biscuit and
Ranch Dipping Sauce for just $3.99. 

Popeyes Rip'n Chick'n is a whole chicken breast cut into tenders only partially,
and left intact at the base for rip-able strips. It's marinated with a blend of
cayenne, habañero, white and black peppers, and then is hand battered, breaded,
and cooked up in Popeyes signature crispy batter. To cool it off, Rip'n Chick'n
is served with a side of buttermilk Ranch Dipping Sauce. 

While satisfying your palate with Rip`n Chick`n, remember to also savor the
flavors of Popeyes Louisiana-inspired Signature Sides - Cole Slaw, Mashed
Potatoes with Cajun Gravy, Green Beans, Cajun Fries and Popeyes world famous Red
Beans and Rice. 

Try Popeyes Rip'n Chick'n this April at participating Popeyes nationwide; prices
may vary. Visit www.Popeyes.com to search for a restaurant near you to take
advantage of this incredible limited time offer. 

About Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Founded in 1972 in New Orleans, Popeyes is a leader in the New Orleans segment
of the foodservice industry and is the world's second largest quick-service
chicken concept based on the number of units. As of December 30, 2012, Popeyes
had 2,104 operating restaurants in the United States, 3 territories, and 26
foreign countries. For more information, visit the Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Web
site at www.popeyes.com.

For Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
Coltrin & Associates
Jennifer Webb, 212-221-1616
Jennifer_Webb@Coltrin.com

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