EDINA Minn. Three Dairy Queen franchisee groups have joined the lawsuit that was filed against franchisor American Dairy Queen by an association of Michigan licensees, echoing the first plaintiff’s allegations that the company is forcing them to convert their units into new concepts at a cost of as much as $450,000 per store. ADQ denies that it's forcing the franchisees to revamp their conventional DQ outlets into either a DQ Grill & Chill or a DQ/Orange Julius Treat Center. The ...
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