Recently, we asked the blogosphere what deal they would make with us to try our new Dairy Queen® Sweet Deals menu free. We also asked everyone to be as creative as possible and promised the best entry would receive free Sweet Deals every week for an entire year.
Well, we have had a chance to review what the world said, and we thought it only fitting to share our five favorite entries with you:
I would put on my sister’s dress and marry a cow from Wisconsin. Then everyone could call me The Dairy Queen. Read the entire entry…
Could my kids do a really creative party dance? Yes, and they would if their mom won free ice cream a week for a year! See the boy in the picture hootin’ and hollerin’ – I could post a seriously crazy video with some real hootin’ and hollerin’ going on.
I would follow that up with weekly posts of crazy ice cream covered faces a week for a year and the latest and greatest flavors and menu items we’ve tried! Read the entire entry…
Let’s get to the point. Here’s what we at In This Economy are prepared to offer: at least one mention of an item from the DQ menu in each post for one month… Want more? Our very own Rondostar is prepared to tattoo a DQ logo onto his “tramp stamp” area for some of your sweet, sweet onion rings. Read the entire entry…
2. Ben Spark
A cute video of Eva’s first Dairy Queen ice cream cone.
And the winner of free Sweet Deals every week for a whole year goes to:
She wrote a letter that touched our hearts:
Dear Dairy Queen:
I can’t believe you’re asking me what I would do to sample your Sweet Deal. Haven’t I done enough already to prove that I love you and that I’m worthy of your love and your deal-icious affection?
When my heart was broken, I turned to you. I don’t know what was saltier, your fries or my tears. When I was sick, you nursed me back to health with a soothing vanilla cone. That worked better than antiobiotics or mama’s chicken soup ever did. Read the entire entry…
Thanks to everyone for participating, and be sure to grab our feed for more fun and engaging DQ promotions in the future.