A company known as Kout Food Group (aka KFG) has recently announced that it has successfully completed its sale of portfolio along the roads to another transportation business called Euro Garages. Euro Garages will be the new beneficiaries of KFG’s hard work to transforming an area of roadside land into a booming hub of fast food outlets, which include more than 45 different locations for customers to gorge at Burger King as well at Subway. Having gained possession of the site as far back as in 2013, KFG worked hard to ensure that these new food outlets would be popular and prosper among the roadside travelers.
Most crucially, KFG’s hard work and investment in the area was able to create more employment opportunities for members of the local community in an area that covered 70 different areas along the roadside. Whilst Euro Garages will now be in charge of the areas that KFG has sold to them, it has made it clear that the new and regular forms of employment that KFG has enabled will remain safe under the new implementations by Euro Garages. These outlets have proved consistently popular among roadside travelers and have furthermore improved the economic infrastructure of the local area and have ingested hope for a better future that was not there before KFG arrived on the scene in 2013.
Indeed KFG remains pleased that it has sold its profits to a company like Euro Garages and is certain that the latter will do what it can to ensure that the area remains a place of employment and opportunity for the local population. KFG’s ethos and dedication towards improving the lives and opportunities of wherever it sets is base is evident to the transformed area that Euro Garages has now acquired for its own use. Indeed, that was the wonderful piece of investment that KFG ensured by giving something back to the local community: regular employment at fast food outlets.