Atlanta-based AFC Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq: AFCE)
and the AFC Enterprises Foundation announced today the company’s commitment to build 100
additional Habitat for Humanity homes beginning with Habitat’s annual Jimmy Carter Work Project
(JCWP) in South Korea August 5 – 11. To date, AFC and its operating companies have built 315
Habitat homes in 12 countries, 26 states and across 4 continents. With this new commitment, AFC
will reach 400 Habitat homes in the next 5 years.

As part of the JCWP, AFC and its franchise partners from Popeyes® Chicken & Biscuits,
Cinnabon® and Seattle’s Best Coffee® will join the more than 9,000 volunteers from around the
world to help build 72 homes in Asan, South Korea. Forty-eight homes will also be built at the five
other Korean sites, Daegu/Gyeongsan, Gunsan, Jinju, Paju and Taebaek.

“We are pleased to be building along side our friends former President Jimmy Carter and his wife
Rosalyn Carter,” said Frank Belatti, Chairman and CEO of AFC Enterprises. “AFC, by committing
to build an additional 100 homes, continues to strengthen communities and improve the lives of
families around the world,” adds Belatti.

AFC’s presence in South Korea has grown rapidly over the last 5 years. To date, Popeyes®
Chicken & Biscuits, Cinnabon® and Seattle’s Best Coffee® have almost 180 restaurants, bakeries
and cafes throughout the country. Popeyes franchise partner Kwe Seung Shin, President of
Haimarrow Company, Ltd., operates 174 restaurants throughout South Korea. Mr. II Yong Shin,
Chairman of CFC Korea and a famous Korean actor during the 70’s, runs a 5-story SBC Cafe in
the trendy shopping district of Myungdong and recently opened a 4-story SBC Cafe in the city of
Pusan. Cinnabon’s franchise partner, Mr. Young-Jae Chung, President of YBM FNB, Inc. opened
his first bakery in April with a commitment to build 50.

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