Dairy Queen on Franklin Street Closing Permanently

The Dairy Queen location on Franklin St in Evansville is permanently closing its doors.

Posted: Aug 5, 2020 2:07 PM
Updated: Aug 6, 2020 6:20 PM

The last day of business for the Dairy Queen on Franklin St. in Evansville, Indiana, will be Aug 14.

The restaurant announced the closure on Wednesday in a statement on its Facebook page, announcing discounted deals until closing day while supplies last.

"Hey fans! We are sad to announce August 14 will be our last day of business. We would like to thank our loyal fans for all your support through the last few years...With that in mind PLEASE come visit us for the last week and a half! Right now we have 50 cent DREAMSICLE dilly bars and dipped cones while supplies lasts! We also have HALF OFF Pinata Party blizzards while supplies last! We hope to see you guys for our last few weeks of business again THANK YOU for all your support."

The Dairy Queen restaurant is located at 901 West Franklin Street in Evansville, Indiana.

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