Dairy Queen brings Free Cone Day back after short COVID-19 break
Dairy Queen brings Free Cone Day back after short COVID-19 break

Dairy Queen brings Free Cone Day back after short COVID-19 break

FILE-A Dairy Queen employee shows off an ice cream waffle at a DQ restaurant in New York. (Michael Nagle / Bloomberg via Getty Images)

With spring days gone, Dairy Queen gives customers a special pleasure with the return of their popular Free bowling day give away.

On Monday, March 21, customers can get one free, small vanilla ice cream ball at Dairy Queen locations across the country – except in malls.

The free cones are limited to one per. person as long as stock lasts and may not be valid for delivery or mobile orders.

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Dairy Queen was among more companies in 2021 that changed or canceled their giveaway events based on the pandemic. At the time of the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, virus cases were still high nationwide.

The company announced on their official Facebook page last year that Free Cone Day was canceled due to concerns that the event would attract long lines of people to their restaurants.

“As spring approaches, we are all looking forward to Free Cone Day, an event that attracts long queues at our restaurants. Given the COVID-19 condition, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event with your safety and security. of our crew members in mind. We look forward to bringing Free Cone Day back in 2022 and celebrating our fans in a sweet way, “according to Dairy Queens Facebook page.

FOX 5 New York contributed to this story. This story was reported from Washington, DC

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