The Dairy Queen® System Invites Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Manziel to Try
His Hand as a DQ® Operator
MINNEAPOLIS -- December 12, 2012
The Dairy Queen^® system, part of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A and BRK.B),
invites Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel to add another title to his name:
Dairy Queen operator. The Texas A&M quarterback recently appeared on the “Late
Show with David Letterman,” where Letterman advised him to quit the team,
leave college and open a Dairy Queen restaurant.
“While the Dairy Queen system does not advocate quitting college, we welcome
Johnny to try his hand at working in one of our restaurants any time,” said
Barry Westrum, executive vice president of Marketing for American Dairy Queen
Corporation (ADQ). “He would certainly be one of our most famous operators and
could follow in the footsteps of another sports celebrity, Dallas Mavericks
owner Mark Cuban, who managed a Coppell, Texas Dairy Queen restaurant for a
day back in 2002. He was called Johnny Football, now he’s Johnny Heisman.
We’re ready to call him Johnny DQ^®.”
There are more than 4,500 Dairy Queen restaurants located throughout the
United States, including one in College Station, Texas, where Manziel attends
For more information about the Dairy Queen system, visit DairyQueen.com.
Follow the DQ system on Twitter at twitter.com/dairyqueen.
American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ), which is headquartered in Minneapolis,
Minn., develops, licenses and services a system of more than 6,000 Dairy
Queen^® stores in the United States, Canada and 19 other countries. ADQ is
part of the Berkshire Hathaway family, a company owned by Warren Buffett, the
legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. For more information, visit
American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ)
Lauren Simo, 954-776-1999, Ext. 238
Press spacebar to pause and continue. Press esc to stop.