Dairy Queen Logo – Dairy Queen (abbreviated to DQ, Dairy Queen ) is a chain of international ice cream and restaurants of fast food . Founded in 1938 by John McCullough and since 1940 has used a franchise system to expand its operations internationally. Your franchise is the largest Texas . Dairy Queen International is the parent company of Dairy Queen, which operates under the title of American Dairy Queen in the United States . At the end of its fiscal year 2006 , Dairy Queen has reported that more than 5,600 stores in more than a dozen countries; about 4,600 of its stores, or approximately 85% are in the United States .

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Sherb’s was the name of a small ice cream shop that opened in South West Avenue in Chicago , Illinois on August 4th of 1938 . The store owner, thirty-year-old Sherwood Dick “Sherb” Noble, a native of Clemons, of Iowa , an active member of the Masons, had been associated with dairy products from their adolescence . What his customers were offered that day in Kankakee , a new semi-frozen, “soft serve” dairy product formulated by a recent acquaintance and new business partner, JF McCullough. The Dairy Queen companies and franchises Sherb Noble recognized as the “original Dairy Queen operator.”

The first Dairy Queen outlet was opened by Noble in Joliet, Illinois , on June 22 of 1940 . DQ is one of the early pioneers of franchise food , with 10 stores in the expansion of 1941 to 100 by 1947 , 1446 in 1950 and 2600 in 1955. The first store opened in Canada in Estevan, Saskatchewan in 1953. The present Dairy Queen logo was introduced in 1959 . The company became “International Dairy Queen, Inc.” (IDQ) in 1962 . It was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway in 1998.

During the years 1950 and 1960 , Dairy Queen, in the small towns of the Midwest and southern United States, especially Minnesota , is often traformaba a center of social life. In that role they have often become referred to as a symbol of life in small town America, for example, Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen: Reflections at Sixty and Beyond by Larry McMurtry, Dairy Queen Days by Robert Inman, and Chevrolet Summers, Dairy Queen Nights by Bob Greene. Some of the popular slogan in the Texas menu include the “hunger to break” and “break Belt-burgers.” Bob Phillips, host of a popular television syndicated Texas Country Reporter Texas called a long time the DQ spokesman in Texas. Dairy Queen appears in many small towns in Texas and uses the nickname “The Texas Truck Stop” to illustrate his presence.The company’s stores are operated under several brands, all bearing the distinctive Dairy Queen logo and company performance-signature soft serve ice cream (along with the trademark “curl”).

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Old Dairy Queen Logo

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