Where is Dairy Queen Corporate office Headquarters

Dairy Queen Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 7505 Metro Blvd, Edina, MN 55439United States

  • Phone Number:

  • Fax Number: 502-499-5164

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 1940

  • Founder: John Fremont McCullough

  • Key People: Troy Bader (President & CEO)

Dairy Queen Headquarters Location & Directions

Dairy Queen Headquarters Executive Team



Troy Bader

President & CEO

Jean Champagne

Chief Operating Officer

William C. Zucco

Vice President of Law and General Counsel

About Dairy Queen, History and Headquarters Information


Dairy Queen was founded in the year 1940. The company has been operational for almost 78 years now. The founder of the company was John Fremont McCullough. The founder of the company along with his had convinced one of their loyal customers, known as Sherb Noble, in order to offer the product of the company in Sherb Noble’s ice cream store, located in Illinois, United States. During the first day of the sale, Sherb Noble had sold almost 1,600 dishes of the new dessert manufactured by Dairy Queen. The first store of the company was established in conjunction with a partnership between Noble and the McCulloughs, in the year 1940.

Since the start of the year 1940, the company needed a franchise system in order to help the business expand and also reach on a global scale as well. Due to this reason, the USA state with the most Dairy Queen stores was Texas. This changed in the year 2010 when the state with most Dairy Queen restaurants was Minnesota. The International Dairy Queen was the parent company of the Dairy Queen in the USA, and also operates under the American Dairy Queen Corp as well. As of the year 2014, the company had over 6,400 stores located in over 25 countries all over the world, out of which 4,500 stores were located in the USA only. The first store of the company that was opened in Canada was in the year 1953. In the year 1958, the Dairy Queen symbol was also introduced as well. Then in the year 1962, the company came to be known as International Dairy Queen. In the year 1987, the company had taken over the Orange Julius chain. As of the year 1998, the company was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway. The headquarters of the company is based in 7505 Metro Boulevard. The name of the place is Minneapolis, while the name of the state is Minnesota, United States. The pin code of the area is 55439.


Dairy Queen is an American company that focuses on the manufacturing of various kinds of fast food dishes and recipes and also numerous types of desserts and ice cream flavours, to its customers as well. The current CEO of the company is Troy Bader. The company has over 6,800 stores all over the world. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $3.6 billion. The restaurants of the company mainly serve products like blended drinks, hot dogs, hamburgers, snacks, etcetera.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of fast food products as well as desserts, manufactured and sold by the company itself. The restaurants provide soft serving, fast food dishes and recipes, ice creams, milkshakes, sundaes, french fries, chicken recipes, soft drinks, salads, etcetera.

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  • Theresa says:

    Customer service issue: the Marysville, Wa store on 4th street has long waits even when not busy. The staff does not help when you wait. They use their cell phones and then proceed to handle food items and packaging. I will not be visiting this store again and I will call the health department regarding food safety.

  • Cris Wilkinson says:

    What is happening to the Dairy Queen I Windsor Co. They were doing so good for awhile but now we’re lucky if we get a medium sundae that’s barley over the top of the cup. I feel I have the right to complain because you are charging for a medium sundae when I get a small. I have talked to the manager and she said she would start training them better but I don’t see any one of the workers trying very hard. They made a banana split and it was so sloppy that they the put it in a bag before they handed it to me. This is very bad management and very bad customer service and I best not get kicked out of Dairy Queen for your poor quality.

  • Lee says:

    The GM at Dairy Queen Keizer has no right to tell me do not come back again after I pick up this order because my order has paid but it hasn’t show up yet. I’ve showed my phone to her she agreed to fulfil my order then told me Dot Not Come back again. The other Dairy queens in town doesn’t talk good about Keizer Dairy Queen’s GM.

  • Susan sandoval says:

    Change deals back to numerical! No store in nebraska has a scanner!

  • Jessica Fuja says:

    I worked at the Dairy Queen in Peoria, Arizona on 88th and Peoria, From April 6th, 2022 until I quit today. On Saturday (5/7/22) I had to work a double shift (That’s not what I’m complaining about), But I ended up burning my arm with 200 Degree Hot Fudge, When It’s only supposed to be at 140. It made my arm not only blister from it but I also got a 3rd degree burn from it. No one even cared to ask if I wanted to wrap it up or anything. If fact they didn’t care at all. I message the Manager that night for her to tell me that she’ll deal with it on Tuesday because that’s the day she works next. Monday (5/8/22) Morning I get a text from her saying, “Good Morning. I’m gonna send you a text that I got from one of the new girls Saturday night. it’s ridiculous but can you tell Wayne? I’m not sure what the heck to do… does she really have to fill out an accident report??” Then Continued with saying “Sorry. He’s. Thought you were Leah.” She didn’t want to fill out an Accident report for some something that happened on the job. It’s ridiculous, she is a terrible Manager/ Boss if this is how she treats her Employee’s. I wanna talk to someone now please. Call me at (480) 740-3000

  • Jasmeiry Flores says:

    My name is Jasmeiry Flores i worked at Dairy queen in plains township for a year and couple months .Although it was a fun and memorable job that place had disgusting management.I would get hit on by management,get called an idiot,bitch ,and etc .The whole crew would walk out to go smoke outside while there was only 2 ppl working during a rush.Not even management would care and let it happen.That place was absolutely disgusting even the food .There was many times i’ll find maggots on both ice cream machines and most time the management wouldn’t even care .The blizzard machine (just incase you don’t know what it is ,it’s what used to mix your blizzard and milkshakes ) would rarely be clean through out the day meaning flies would be on it and layers upon layers of ice cream from opening to closing.There would be mold found in the chill area (where the ice creams are made) and grill area (where the food is made) .They would give you chicken,fries,and burgers that would be sitting there for hours🤮.There was even a rat infestation 🤮. anyways IM MAKING THIS POST BECAUSE THEY OWE ME A CHECK ALL THE WAY FROM DECEMBER AND WHEN I MADE A COMPLAINT THE MANAGER GAVE ME THE OLD MANAGERS EMAIL WHICH HE HASNT RESPONDED SINCE.


    Why is it so difficult to find where/who you make a corporate complaint to? I’ve searched all over and cannot find anything. When I call the local Dairy Queen and ask for this information I get told they aren’t allowed to give this information out. This is ridiculous!!!!

  • Charma J Bryant says:

    I couldn’t imagine working for Dairy Queen for two years, only for the “Manager to call me a bitch over and over while talking on the phone to someone at the restaurant about an employee there. I wouldn’t ever recommend any one to allow their child to work at the Dairy Queen on New Bern Avenue in Raleigh, NC due to the night shift manager calling my daughter a bitch at work around other employees and the General Manager will know about it. I tried to call and discuss it with him and he hung up in my face. This is who Dairy Queen has as a Manager to represent their company and that is how he talks to my child that comes there after school to work for this franchise and this is how he reacts to a 17 year old girl at WORK!!!! Unacceptable!!!!! There is someone else over him and that’s who I will be talking to today. There is another business that deserves a great worker and not that Dairy Queen with a Manager who calls them a “bitch” at work around other employees to hear.

  • Sonya Thornton says:

    Why don’t you put a store NW Oklahoma City! I love Dairy Queen but don’t want to drive 30 mins to get to a store!

  • Tina says:

    What is a six dollar meal

  • Beth P says:

    I was hoping to express my concern more privately but cannot find a place to do so. I know that some stores are franchise owned so again I apologize for not being able to find the right person to reach out to. I am writing about the Dairy Queen in Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids, MI. We visited the store at around 8:30pm on a Saturday night (11/16/19). When we walked up to order, we were told that we could only order water or vanilla ice cream because everything else had been cleaned and put away. There were probably 4 groups of customers around us – all told the same thing. We ended up walking away. On a Saturday night at a mall, I can’t imagine how much business was lost because the young ladies wanted to get out of there at 9pm on the dot. We were disappointed, as were many people, and I just felt that someone should know this was occurring. Thank you for hearing me out.

  • Kathy Gilkey says:

    My husband and I had lunch this weekend at the Dairy Queen in Cold Spring Minnesota. It is by far the nicest DQ we have been at and I want to let you know what a GREAT job they are doing for DQ. The service, food, friendliness, and cleanliness were all excellent.
    Thank you to their owner and staff !

  • Bryan says:

    Do not reply to my comments. corporate needs to ACT!

  • Bryan says:

    The Wabash Indiana Dairy Queen is just disgusting! Dirty, waited in drive thru for 10 mins then backed up went inside and waited 21 minutes. Service poor, dirty, stiff on floors and counter tops. Board of Health should be called and Corporate should make surprise visit. Will never go back to Wabash, Indiana DQ!

  • Amy R says:

    Your store at 2227 N Monroe St Tallahassee, FL is horrible! The owner/manager is an asshole and a liar.. he belittled me yesterday in a lobby full of people and I will never go there again! Others have said it too .. all you people say is you’ll contact that store but they don’t give a damn about customers. I want contact from you… no one will treat me with such disrespect again ! He may be a franchise owner but he carries your DQ name .. and he’s making you look like a horrible company !!

  • Jacquelyn A. Pratt says:

    My son and I stopped at the Dairy Queen shop in Byron, GA and WERE going to order food, however we needed to use the restroom first. I am glad we did. The ladies room was vomit worthy. Both commodes in both stalls were disgusting – both had feces in them and loaded with toilet tissue and the floor was so sticky that , literally it pulled one of my shoes off. I was able to flush one of the commodes, but you could tell they had been like that for hours. My son said that the men’s room was filthy, toilet tissue and paper towels all over the place. I talked to the “child” who said he was the manager and told him and his excuse was that they were so “busy” they hadn’t had time to check the restrooms. That excuse did not fly with me – beside my son and I there were two other customers in the place and four cars in the parking lot. Needless to say, my son and I DID NOT order any food in that place – God knows what the kitchen looked like and I would not trust that the employees washed their hands.

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