Chicken King open deure op Karibib

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17 September 2018 | Business

Die klein en karaktervolle dorpie Karibib het 'n lang pad gekom vandat die eerste trein van Swakopmund af in Junie 1900 daar gestop het.

Meer as 'n eeu later is die ryk erfenis van die dorp nog steeds sigbaar in outydse geboue soos die Christ Church wat in 1909 opgerig is, sowel as talle historiese geboue in die hoofstraat.

Vanaf 1 September spog die dorp ook met 'n splinter nuwe eetplek, Chicken King.

Vooraanstaande lede van die gemeenskap is uitgenooi na die spog-opening van 'n franchise wat op eie bodem begin is. Hulle was mnre. Petrus Nabot, burgemeester van Karibib, Lesley Goreseb, besturende hoof van Karibib se stadsraad, George Botshiwe, waarnemende besturende direkteur van QKR Navachab-goudmyn, Kristof Avia, waarnemende mynbestuurder, en me. Kauna Ndjago, inspekteur van die Karibib-polisiekantoor.

Nabot het 'n kort toespraak gelewer waarin hy die gaste attent gemaak het op die verwikkelinge wat op Karibib plaasvind. Hy het gesê daar is "iets aan die gebeur" en dat Karibib vir geen dorp in Namibië hoef terug te staan nie. Hy het die eienaars van Chicken King, mnre. Phanus en Hannes van der Walt, geprys vir hul werk met die opening van die winkel en vir hul vertroue in die dorp se toekoms. Die eienaars was immers self inwoners van Karibib vir baie jare, en sê dit is vir hulle soos 'n droom wat waar geword het.

Die toekoms van Karibib lyk al hoe meer positief, en met elke sent wat in Karibib bestee word, word mense meer bewus van die dorpie se atmosfeer en potensiaal vir verdere ontwikkeling. Met die opening van 'n franchise wat 100% Namibies is, kan mens net wonder watter besighede hul deure volgende sal oopmaak.

Onthou om volgende keer as jy deur Karibib ry, te stop en Chicken King se Royal Meal te probeer - dit is hul spogdis. Wees net gewaarsku, as jy dit een keer geproe het, sal jy altyd in Karibib wil stop. Chicken King is geleë in die hoofstraat regoor OK Grocer. Vir meer inligting, besoek gerus die webwerf www.chickenkingnam.com

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