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Local DQ franchisee recognized for ongoing commitment to Children’s Hospital of The Kings Daughters

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Area DQ franchisee, Mitch Sandlin, owner of Mid-Atlantic Dairy Queen, a collection of 14 local DQ restaurants, has been awarded the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Miracle Maker award for his...

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Buffalo & Rochester Dairy Queen Conference

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We all scream for ice cream! This past week, Dairy Queen of the Buffalo and Rochester regions met for their Dairy Queen Intel Conference at the Marriott in Amherst, NY....

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Round up for Kids!

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Throughout the month of October, participating DQ locations will be asking fans to round up their food and treat purchases to the nearest dollar.  All donations in this region will...

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About Dairy Queen Corp.View Site

American Dairy Queen Corporation is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. Dairy Queen operators have been providing consumers with crave-satisfying treats and food since 1940 and today, the DQ system is one of the largest fast food systems in the world, with more than 6,000 restaurants in the United States, Canada and 18 other countries. A 30-year partner of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Dairy Queen has raised more than $100 million for children’s hospitals. The majority of the funds raised each year come from Miracle Treat Day, a one-day event where a portion of proceeds from every Blizzard Treat sold benefits children’s hospitals across North America.  For more information about Miracle Treat Day visithttp://miracletreatday.com. To learn more about DQ’s support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals go tohttp://www.dairyqueen.com/us-en/Company/About-Us/

How Your Dollar Helps Patients with Dairy Queen Corp.

19%

Charitable Care

21%

Advancement Services

6%

Education

16%

Equipment

12%

Research

26%

Patient Services

Advancement Services

For Kids LikeEli & Shane

When brothers Eli and Shane were ejected from the off-road vehicle they were riding in, they flew nearly 35 feet. Twenty cents of every dollar provide advancement services to support physical and programmatic excellence to deliver the best possible patient outcomes including the trauma and burn care the boys received while they were in the hospital.

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