To encourage students to continually strive for excellence, Dairy Queen
operators often establish reward initiatives featuring free hot food or soft-serve products. A few such efforts, which can run on either a quarter or semester basis, include:
Dairy Queen Restaurant Tours
Schools are always looking for educational field trip ideas. Many DQ
operators offer tours of their restaurant to kids in grades 1-4. Students who visit learn how the facility operates and the importance of cleanliness and hard work. They receive a guided tour through each area of the restaurant and the machinery is usually explained in language they can easily understand. At the end of the tour, each student learns how to make their own DQ
cone, and then enjoy eating it.
operators don't forget about the older kids in their area. Recognizing that high school and college students are typically low on cash, they often provide discount cards or create affordable Student Meal Deals.
Upon request, many Dairy Queen
operators often provide frozen cakes or other products for school activities. Whether it's a class project, high school prom or graduation party, we are happy to help make any student event more special.
What's Happening in Your Community?
The aforementioned ideas are just a few of the many programs Dairy Queen
operators implement to partner with local schools and colleges. Contact your local Dairy Queen
operator regarding any of their existing school programs or to discuss potential partnership opportunities.
Note: Due to the fact that our locations are individually owned and operated, these programs are at the discretion of the operator. Contact your local DQ restaurant for specific details.