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Restaurant adds incentive to retain young workers

Nov 19, 2015 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Dairy Queen employees can be beneficiaries of a trust fund which helps pay for college after two years of work.

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Dairy Queen employee Kaylee Westlake prepared an ice cream cone for a customer during afternoon shift hours. Workers there can tap an educational trust fund after two years and 1,200 hours on the job. Photo by Tibby McDowell

Dairy Queen employee Kaylee Westlake prepared an ice cream cone for a customer during afternoon shift hours. Workers there can tap an educational trust fund after two years and 1,200 hours on the job. Photo by Tibby McDowell


Dairy Queen employee Kaylee Westlake prepared an ice cream cone for a customer during afternoon shift hours. Workers there can tap an educational trust fund after two years and 1,200 hours on the job. Photo by Tibby McDowell

Dairy Queen employee Kaylee Westlake prepared an ice cream cone for a customer during afternoon shift hours. Workers there can tap an educational trust fund after two years and 1,200 hours on the job. Photo by Tibby McDowell

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