MIAMI -- There is no doubt the holiday season is one of the busiest and most stressful travel times of the year. The airports are crowded, the delays are frustrating, and travelers are stressed about getting from point A to point B with gifts in hand. This year, POPEYES is launching "Emotional Support Chicken" to provide a good-hearted laugh most need to get through stressful holiday air travel. Starting Today, December 18, travelers passing through Philadelphia International Airport can purchase their fried chicken meal with an "Emotional Support Chicken" carrier at the Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Terminal C to bring with them on their flight.
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Emotional support animals provide comfort and companionship, especially during a highly stressful time like air travel. However, according to recent headlines, some travelers are pushing the envelope with the types of animals they try to bring on flights and classify as "emotional support animals," including the likes of peacocks, squirrels and tarantulas. Knowing this, Popeyes decided to launch its new "Emotional Support Chicken" to bring holiday travelers some humor to what is one of the most stressful places to be during the holidays – the airport.
"We know holiday travel can be frustrating, and there's no better way to ease stress than with a box of delicious POPEYES fried chicken and a good laugh," said Hope Diaz, CMO of POPEYES Louisiana Kitchen. "We appreciate how comforting emotional support animals are and wanted to create our own version. The good news is that our emotional support chicken is permitted to fly without any restrictions – one less worry for busy travelers!"
POPEYES Emotional Support Chicken will be available while supplies last for the 3 Pc tenders combo. Guests will have their meal placed in the POPEYES Emotional Support Chicken carrier.
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