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DAIRY QUEEN

The first Dairy Queen opened in 1940 in Joliet, Illinois. By 1960 there were 3,000 Dairy Queens in 12 countries. Hamburgers and hot dogs were added to the menu at some outlets beginning in 1957, in Georgia.

However, the actual first sale of the soft frozen dairy product took place on August 4, 1938, when the father and son founders ran a trial sale at a friend's ice cream store. They sold over 1,600 portions at 10 cents each, in only two hours.


 

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