Dairy Queen® treats have been around for a long time. And in the decades since 1938, when J.F. “Grandpa” McCullough and his son, Alex, first invented the “Cone With The Curl On Top,” a lot of plastic spoons, paper cups, uniforms, T-shirts, collectibles, promotional items and, well… stuff… featuring our trademark ellipse logo have come and gone.
Around the home office there is no shortage of DQ® memorabilia. For instance, in the mailroom, you’ll find vintage signage:
In various offices, cubicles and meeting rooms, you’ll come across old product packaging:
Promotional items from days gone by:
So, we’re wondering. What old-school, unique, or just plain wacky DQ items do you have around the house? Take a photo and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 31. Our ten favorite photo submissions will be featured right here on this blog, and each winner will receive a $5 gift card.
And if, while you’re poking around in your basement or the dusty back corner of that closet you haven’t cleaned out in a while, you should happen across one of these:
You might be interested to know it’s worth $104.50.