David Arrington featured in The Franchise Times
February 1, 2014
Franchise Times, Andrew Tellijohn
David Arrington has been involved in the restaurant business since the early 1970s when his father purchased a Dairy Queen. Later on the family developed an independent sub-sandwich shop and, at its peak, the family business reached seven Dairy Queens and two sub shops.
In 1995, after purchasing a convenience store with a Dairy Queen along Highway 220 between Greensboro, North Carolina, and Roanoke, Virginia, Arrington Enterprises was looking for a complementary restaurant concept to fill the space.
That’s when Arrington, president of the company, was introduced to Bojangles... Continue Reading-->
Girl Scouts Learn About A Career at DQ
January 23, 2014
Dairy Queen 40West hosted Daisy Troop 987 for some sweet treats.
Daisy Troop 987 was working to earn two badges, "Honest and Fair" and "I Can Be".
The girls discussed different
from being a cashier to owning their own restaurant. With each job came discussing how they would be expected to treat everyone with fairness and honesty.
Every girl ended their evening by making a ice cream treat with the assistance of their new role models. Troop 987 Daisy scouts will be visiting different businesses and trades throughout their community in the coming months.
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