Charlotte, North Carolina: Eskimo Dairy Queen Sign
The truth revealed! Dairy Queen was an eskimo. Even if she wasn't, this is a great retro sign.
Dairy Queen Sign
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Usually I wouldn't send you a picture of a Dairy Queen, but I just love the two-sided Eskimo girl sign on this one. I've only seen one other Dairy Queen that looks like this, and on that one, the sign had been PAINTED OVER. I first saw this way back about 1980 or so, and I have to admit that one of the first things I was concerned about when hurricane Hugo trounced Charlotte in 1989 was whether the sign at the DQ had survived. The owner must really appreciate the sign as well, because when I drove by the other day, he had literally just finished repainting it.
[Dean Jeffrey, 01/12/2003]
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