DQ looks for new ad firm after 15 years

The Edina-based ice cream and restaurant chain is parting ways with New York-based Grey Advertising after working together for 15 years, the Advertising Age reports. A Dairy Queen marketing executive tells the trade journal that the company hopes to have a new creative agency in place by early next year.
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The Edina-based ice cream and restaurant chain is parting ways with New York-based Grey Advertising after working together for 15 years, the Advertising Age reports.

A Dairy Queen marketing executive tells the trade journal that the company hopes to have a new creative agency in place by early next year.

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